~/.diary schedule
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
B1XDraft background for Georgia Tech application {{Tasks:1097}}
B2XWrite Sean e-mail (SocialInteraction)
B3XFix Debian package: E-Mail%20from%20OHASHI%20Akira (PlannerModeMaintenance)
B4XPut away my books (TaskPool)
B5XWork on PlannerModeMaintenance from 2004.11.07
BXSet up video: E-Mail%20from%20Wouter%20Thielen

7. Started on the Debian new maintainer application process...: 23:41

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6. My effect on people ;): 20:05

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<mariocarreon> sachac: seems like you and clair have been getting along...
<mariocarreon> sachac: i knew it the moment she started talking about emacs.

5. TLUG meeting information: 19:18

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Date November 13th, 2004 (Saturday)
Time 14:00-16:30 (doors open 13:30)
At Ubiquitous Business Technology meeting room, 3-42-5 Hongo, Boa Building 2F,Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-0033


4. How to use remember-planner: 18:02

How do you file your notes under specific topics? Like all your
short stories are under short stories, right? How does that work?

You can use remember-planner to quickly add notes to planner files. After setting up remember-planner according to the notes in remember-planner.el, use M-x remember to open a buffer for notes. It starts out with a link to the current buffer. After you type in your note, hit C-c C-c (remember-region). This prompts you for a planner page to associate the note with. By default, notes are added only to today's day page. However, if you specify something else (ShortStories, for example), then the note is copied to that page. =)

3. Really adorable cat!: 17:56

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We saw this really, really adorable cat on the street. She was so friendly and well-behaved... <melt> Made me miss Neko and Oliver so much!

I very nearly took her home. I very nearly didn't leave, actually. But the stray cat had a collar, and probably a very worried human, too. I hope she finds her home soon...

2. Happy birthday, Diane!: 01:06

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Happy birthday to a very special girl friend. =)


1. Necessity is the mother of invention: 00:44

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I love the Internet. I really, really do.

I spent the last hour talking to my family through Skype, a free-as-in-beer-but-not-speech Internet telephony service with excellent quality and cross-platform clients. Wheeee. (Now all it needs is webcam support, mumblemumble.)

Get this--my _mom_ recommended it to me. I have a cool mom. =)

And they were chatting through a recently-installed LAN port in the bedroom.

On a iBook whose built-in speaker and microphone are way, way sensitive. Sensitive enough to pick up my dad from a bit of a distance. Wow.

It's really different, you know, when people don't have to worry about typing. When the computer disappears.

I love technology and the way it lets me connect. =)