Prepared slides for CS139.3 and CS21A. Revised Eric's CS110 slides, breaking them up into sets.
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4. Carne Norte and scrambled egg for lunch
Forgot the container in school. Should remember to pick it up.
Cooked pasta for dinner. Funghi, aglio et olio. Fancy name for mushrooms, garlic and olive oil. Should probably try button instead of oyster, as oyster's still a little slimy even when cooked.
Minced two extra heads of garlic and stored them in olive oil. The next pasta dish will be easy to throw together as I have all the ingredients necessary--even pre-sliced mushrooms.
Rustans sells microwave egg containers. I think I'll get one on Thursday. Must come up with a plan to finish the eggs. I think I'll have mushroom and cheese omelet for breakfast tomorrow, as I still have half a can of oyster mushrooms.
Must remember to make significant inroads on eggs and potatoes.
|Wed||breakfast||Mushroom and cheese omelet|
|Wed||lunch||Rest of pasta and olive oil sauce, left-over mushroom and cheese omelet (if any)|
|Thu||lunch||Luncheon meat and canteen rice|
|Thu||dinner||Potato soup and sausages (whoops, should probably cancel meeting if I'm trying a new dish. Can probably do lasagna rolls instead, as that was very nice last time)|
|Fri||breakfast||Twice-baked cheesy potato|
|Fri||lunch||Potato omelet (two birds with one stone!)|
3. A difference in slide philosophy
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2. Useful macro commands
1. "Digital Pen Takes on Mouse"
A team led by Dr. Jun Rekimoto at the Sony Interaction Laboratory has devised a "pick and drop" method for transferring notes and files between computers by selecting the information with a special pen and dropping it onto the display of another machine simply by touching the screen. The pen ... http://www.acm.org/technews/articles/2004-6/0614m.html#item7
That would be pretty cool, if pointing devices were computer-sensitive...
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