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7:30 8:30 CS21A
8:30 9:30 Write up the exercise we just did
9:30 10:30 Get printer working, check some CS123 Midterms
10:30 11:30 Help Edsel with Linux
11:30 12:30 Get distracted by expect
12:30 13:30 Lunch
13:30 14:00 Read
14:00 17:30 Plan for CS21A on Wednesday
18:00 23:00 Have dinner at The Grind and learn how to play the guitar
Still no breakthrough. I'm trying to automatically set up SSH tunnels. Because sysads doesn't like passphrases, I have to use expect to automate the password. I want the tunnels to be automatically brought up when and only when the interface is up and the school profile is selected. I'm using laptop-net to manage different network configurations - I'm a laptop user, so I tend to move around a fair bit.
I need this to work in order to have tunnelled secure SMTP out to cyrus.sachachua.com, as firewalls prevent me from making a direct connection. Any ideas? I've been playing around with expect, but so far, no joy.
Apparently, someone has written a fairly long description of common Slashdot trolls on WikiPedia:Slashdot_trolling_phenomena. Strange, strange.
Provide a piece of Java code with a few syntax errors; finding and fixing these errors becomes an "adventure game" when all the Java syntax is not yet fully explained.
Provide a piece of badly-styled Java code; make fixing the style into a contest. This can be done before Java syntax is fully explained.
Two technicians wiring the right side of ENIAC (Courtesy of U.S. Army Research Laboratory)
The term "bug" was popularized by Grace Hopper, a legendary computer pioneer, who was the first to come up with the idea of a compiler and who created COBOL. One of Hopper's favorite stories was the story of a moth that was found trapped between the points of a relay, which caused a malfunction of the Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator (Harvard University, 1945). Technicians removed the moth and affixed it to the log shown on the photograph.
Many people mistakenly believe that the mouse was invented by Apple. Others believe that idea came from Xerox, where the mouse was used on an early office PC called the Star. But in truth, the mouse was first conceived of by Doug Engelbart in the early 1960's, then a scientist at the Stanford Research Institute, in Menlo Park, California.
The Dance Studio applet teaches basic dance steps for Rumba, Cha-Cha, Salsa, Swing, and Waltz
Determine the responsibilities of various objects within an application by assigning the roles of objects to students and playing it out.
Stage popular algorithms such as sorting algorithms and Binary Search.
The Poll applet implements voting for a school president. Students enjoy choosing the candidates' names and colors in this applet.
Fill in the blanks in the code for the Fortune Teller applet, adding an array of "fortunes" (strings) and the statements necessary for randomly choosing and displaying them.
Create a picture of your choice for the puzzle. For instance you can draw circles, polygons, or letters of different sizes and colors that intersect the grid.
Example 1: Rainbow
Example 2: Ramblecs
Fill in the blanks in the applet's code, adding an array of a few "fortunes" (strings) and the code to randomly choose and display one of them. Recall that the static Math.random method returns a random double value 0 x < 1.
(I think; I've already closed the PDF...)
Andy Sy posted a link to http://www.hyperdictionary.com .
アコースティックギターを一寸習いました。エリクさんは教えます。つまびで が楽しかったです。チョロヅが難しかったです。ギターより歌が好きです。でも、 習ってが良いです。
一昨日が妙です。 二人とスクラブルをしました。双方は私が好きでしょう。愛 しい一人と言いました。私は、あの事が未定です。
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