~/.diary schedule
17:00 18:00 Go to Jusco and buy assorted cards and postcards
18:00 18:30 Send card to Tita Raquel from Raquel and Rina Nakayama
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
AXChuukyuu lesson 1: WBT (JapanProject)
AXChuukyuu lesson 1: Paper (JapanProject)
A1XKanji worksheet from 2004.10.03
BXDownload Delphi/Kylix (JapanProject)
BXChuukyuu 1: Review kanji (JapanProject)
B3XSend card to Tita Raquel from Raquel and Rina Nakayama {{Schedule:18:00-18:30}} (SocialInteraction)
B4XReply about remember-planner-add-xref from E-Mail%20from%20Christophe%20Garion (TaskPool)
B5XForward dead pages from E-Mail%20from%20Jorgen%20Schaefer (TaskPool)
B6XReply to Ernest about language from E-Mail%20from%20Ernest%20Baello,%20III (TaskPool)
C1XCheck out Slashdot from 2004.10.05
C2XGo to Jusco and buy assorted cards and postcards {{Schedule:17:00-18:00}}

3. Hey, Orkut does multiple paths now: 23:05

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Finally. Now we can see more interesting connections. And they're pretty deep, too. Of course, I'm connected to almost everyone through Russ Nelson - Joi Ito, but oh well....

2. Isolated weaves: 18:57

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I think I can do isolated forward weaves. All I have to do is slow down and exaggerate my movements. Must learn how to isolate at higher speeds...

The meeting room is an excellent place to practice, and I don't have to change into gym shoes.

1. I did it again!: 15:13

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We had a ~50 item IT test today, and I astounded everyone by finishing it way, way, way earlier than they did. When I handed in my paper, the people around me were on their tenth or so question. ^_^ Yeah, yeah, I'm a show-off. I don't know; I just find it kinda fun.

I guessed on a number of questions, though, so I only got 85%. Things about magneto-optical drives, CSMA/CD, stuff like that... The details I never really bothered with. <giggle>

Hmm. I seem to be reverting to my old pattern of leaving a test early. I guess part of it is wondering how other people would react. Most of it, though, is trusting that my first recall is usually good. I do a quick review, but I don't sit there and agonize over whether my answer is correct or not. I'm okay with making mistakes, particularly as this is the pre-training diagnostic exam. I'll try to get perfect on the post-training one, though.