|A1||X||Send Pter Paul Matola a copy of my presentation on wearables (E-Mail from Peter Paul Matola <firstname.lastname@example.org>)|
|A2||X||Unpack tnef (E-Mail from "r(y)@n" <email@example.com>)|
|A3||X||Comment on all the submissions|
|A4||X||Merge in Thomas' patch (E-Mail from Thomas.Gehrlein@t-online.de (Thomas Gehrlein))|
|A5||X||Read Dan Camillo (E-Mail from Dominique Cimafranca <firstname.lastname@example.org>)|
|A6||X||Reply to Migs (E-Mail from Miguel A Paraz <email@example.com>)|
|A7||X||Reply to Dominique (E-Mail from apache)|
|11:00||12:00||PSITE presentation on wearable computing at the Multimedia Presentation Room 1, 6th Floor, POD Center for Information Technology, University of the East, C.M. Recto, Manila.|
1. Roden's MP3 encoder : 16:04
2. The Little World of Dan Camillo : 16:31
Memory is a very funny thing: all of a sudden it occurred to me to look up some web references to a series of books I had read a long long time ago. I don't even remember what I was doing or thinking about.
Anyway, the series is called "The Little World of Dan Camillo." It's about a priest in a little country village in post-World War II Italy and his skirmishes with sometimes-friend sometimes-enemy Peppone, the leader of the local Communist cell. It's rollicking good fun.
Lo and behold! The complete stories are available on the web! Check out http://members.tripod.com/~vajrang/littleworld/stories.html. If you can get past the pop-up ads, you'll find little unknown gems of stories.
Pop-up ads? What pop-up ads? I love my browser. =) Emacs/w3m is cool.
3. State of OSS in the Philippines : 19:20
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