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|A1||X||Write up the text twist exercise|
|A2||X||Download a CSS2 reference|
|C1||X||Resume from 2003.02.21|
|18:00||20:30||Khaire: Magsaya! A Literary Night, Quad 1|
No outbound connections (telnet/ssh/web), but JM says they're very usable.
Link from JM Ibanez.
(Update 2003.09.30: JM says they offer web access through Lynx and W3M, and they have Emacs and a BBS. Ooh, Emacs. Great!)
British cyber-evangelist Kevin Warwick is on a government-funded tour around Asia to promote robotics education at all grade levels. Warwick recently enthralled a gathering of 300 students in Singapore with his collection of robots and video clips of his ... http://www.acm.org/technews/articles/2003-5/0924w.html#item11
Asia! ARGH! Argh argh argh argh argh argh...
watch du -his amazingly useful. It lets you easily monitor a large filesystem copy.
(UPDATE: 2004.01.22: Dhruvaraj S. says it's now at http://www.dhruvaraj.com)
So, the components I need to focus on are:
- defining the review graph - requiring everyone to post a URL to their work - requiring everyone to submit a review of their buddies
gray clouds fight white clouds
the sky as their battlefield —
mountains playing chess
A pair of people - one singing a jazzy version of "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" accompanied by another who did the drums with his voice. Another - a larger group - this time, including cymbals and disc scratching. Way fun. Apparently, this is called beat boxing. They can carry the beat while humming the rest of the tune and sneaking a lot of the words in too. Wow. No more drum sets. They even did fast forward, play and reverse. Hmm. Element No. 5. And one of them did a one man band too!
Also, nice poetry. I like the way they play with sounds.
In the thread "CS for 5th graders" on the ACM SIGCSE members mailing list, Beth Simon writes:
The unequivocal winner is "Computer Science Unplugged" A book available in print or electronically at: http://unplugged.canterbury.ac.nz/
The summary also points to math games and puzzles.
I should look that link up again in preparation for SMIT-Ed. I find that I may actually be helpful...