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2. Today was wonderful!: 23:49
After seeing how useful cellphones were in coordinating everything, I decided to get one as well. It was a good thing Asami and Tomoko came along. They helped me find a simple prepaid phone. =) The cheapest model wasn't in stock, but the second-cheapest one was still okay. I'm learning to think of things in terms of my daily living allowance instead of in terms of Philippine pesos.
On the way back, Ranulf and I ran into a poi/staff/fan/drums group practicing in Yoyogi Park. Apparently, they practice there every third Sunday. Wow! I was so lucky to catch them. Seeing them, I decided to get the staff back from Ranulf so that I can really learn how to use it. <grin> They're amazing! They execute complicated moves so gracefully... I definitely have to practice so that I can make the most of those sessions. I'm looking forward to the next one!
What a wonderful weekend. =)
1. Keyword retrieval: 01:31
Side note: I am not remembering actually any URLs of these blogs, all I do is just fire up Google and then type in the keyword i.e. sacha wiki, theSpoke punzki, theSpoke Stanley, theSpoke Howard.
This brings me to a realization that "keywords" are important in managing information. Should there be a tool that manage keywords that manages information then that would be very useful.
URLs are rarely human-friendly. They require memorization. Keywords, on the other hand, are personally meaningful and much easier to remember.
I think of my brain as an index more than a database. <grin> I don't have to remember everything, as long as I have a general idea of what's out there and where to find more information. (I wonder if this preference is related to the general learner / specific learner.) Advantages: I can occasionally pull odd-but-useful information out of my head, and I'm good at searching for information. Disadvantages: When external data disappears, I'm stuck with vague handwaving and whatever's in my head. ;)
By the way, if you're looking for something to help you meta-tag the Net, I recommend del.icio.us. It's fun to use keywords to categorize sites, and it's even more fun to check out what other people have filed in interesting categories.
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