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|A1||X||Ask Doc Mana about schedule swap|
|A2||X||Prepare exercises for tomorrow (CS21AFirst03#WelcomePage)|
|A3||X||Make a gallery of student projects - not that many yet|
|A4||X||Convert slides for objects|
promotes object reuse - using objects - implementing methods - expressions - if - loops - arrays - more objects
graphics IO applet setBounds credits
Decision: One person per role. The topic expert is forced to pay attention, otherwise the whole group will have problems. The topic expert also learns to teach others. Different areas of expertise ensure division of work.
Is that because I'm afraid of hardware? Is that because I don't yet have some radical idea for an alternative user interface design? But I don't need radical ideas to get started. I can get into wearable computing the open source way; small, incremental improvements. I can focus on the everyday. I can start off by capturing sound. I can try to figure out how to Morse text messages. (Maybe I can do that as part of the Java wireless center thing!) What if my phone was my wearable user interface? Wearable computing's not scary. I can do this.