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Priorities - A: high, B: medium, C: low; Status - _: unfinished, X: finished, C: cancelled, P: pending, o: in progress, >: delegated. Covey quadrants - Q1 & Q3: urgent, Q1 & Q2: important
B0XAdd permalinks to note headlines (PlannerModeMaintenance)
B0CReply from E-Mail from Nicolas Charpentier (PlannerModeMaintenance)
B0XReply! from E-Mail from Maciej Kalisiak (PlannerModeMaintenance)
B0XPrepare lab for tomorrow (SchoolWork)
B0XPrint out copies of Arbitrage and Kissin' Cousins (SchoolWork)
B1XWrite Jacek Gwizdka re e-mail and tasks (FurtherStudies)
C4XApt-get update from 2004.07.05
C0CWork on CoursesSubmission from 2004.07.06
C0XCheck out Slashdot from 2004.07.06
B0XWork on PlannerMode from 2004.07.06
A0XWork on FurtherStudies from 2004.07.06
A0XDo some SchoolWork from 2004.07.06
B0CWrite a science and technology article from E-Mail from Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo (TaskPool)
B0XWork on PlannerMode from 2004.07.07
A0XWork on FurtherStudies from 2004.07.07
A0XDo some SchoolWork from 2004.07.07
B0XCheck out EmacsWiki#RecentChanges from 2004.07.08
B0XWork on PlannerMode from 2004.07.08
A0XDo some SchoolWork from 2004.07.08


5. Spam!

Categories: CookOrDie#37 -- Permalink
The Monty Python article on Slashdot must've started me on a SPAM kick. Bought myself a tin of SPAM and had fried SPAM and rice today. Not very challenging CookOrDie-wise but still fun. Tomorrow I'll have a SPAM omelette. On Monday, maybe I'll have a SPAM sandwich. Or angel hair with SPAM. Or SPAM, SPAM, SPAM, SPAM... Mwahahaha!

4. Marking up note headlines with a permalink

Categories: EmacsHacks#31 -- Permalink
(defun sacha/planner-markup-note ()
  "Replace note with marked-up span."
  (let ((id (concat
             (match-string 1)))
        (val (match-string 1)))
       (format "#%s\n** %s " id
                (concat (emacs-wiki-page-name)
                        "#" val)
                (concat val ".")))))))

(defalias 'planner-markup-note 'sacha/planner-markup-note)

3. "Cyber Crumbs for Successful Aging With Vision Loss"

Categories: None -- Permalink

Researchers at the Atlanta VA Rehabilitation Research and Development Center have collaborated with Charmed Technology to develop Cyber Crumbs, an electronic system that functions like a trail of bread crumbs to help visually impaired people efficiently navigate through unfamiliar http://www.acm.org/technews/articles/2004-6/0707w.html#item19

E-Mail from technews@hq.acm.org

2. "Programming Doesn't Begin to Define Computer Science"

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Jim Morris, computer science professor and Dean of Carnegie Mellon University's West Coast Campus, writes that the fall-off in college-level computer science enrollments is chiefly due to a misrepresentation of the field's goals: The computing industry's cyclical boom-bust pattern owes a ... http://www.acm.org/technews/articles/2004-6/0707w.html#item1

E-Mail from technews@hq.acm.org

1. More thoughts on friendship

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I'm really going to miss these casual conversations over dinner or coffee. My friends are incredibly wonderful people, and I'm glad I know them.
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