$msg = ""; $myaddress = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; $page = "2004.12.03.php"; $page_title = "2004.12.03"; $page_updated = "2004-12-1111:14:0311:14:03-0500"; $maintainer = "sacha" + "@" + "sachachua.com"; require_once "include/calendar.php"; require_once "include/planner-include.php"; require_once "include/header.inc.php"; ?>
|A2||X||Prepare 1-minute kanji sentence for tomorrow|
|B1||X||Write note about workflow changes (PlannerModeMaintenance)|
|B2||X||Set up sitecopy (Adphoto)|
|B3||X||Reply re once-over: E-Mail from Sean Uy (Adphoto)|
|B4||X||Set up automatic changelogs for planner and remember: E-Mail from Michael Olson (PlannerModeMaintenance)|
|B5||X||Reply to Sean about copywriting: E-Mail from Sean Uy (Adphoto)|
|B6||X||Fix planner-raise-task for last task: E-Mail from Jonathan Hankins (PlannerModeMaintenance)|
|B7||X||Reply to Dominique: E-Mail from Dominique Cimafranca (Adphoto)|
|B8||X||Reply about planner problem with tasks not getting carried forward: E-Mail from Seth Falcon (PlannerModeMaintenance)|
I'd like it to automatically create thumbnails, too. I hope http://www.ipowerweb.com has gd or imagemagick. If not, I'll just have to do the image uploading and tagging myself...
Hello! to everyone who wrote after my website was taken down: After thinking about it for a couple of weeks, I decided it was too harsh a measure. I hope everyone will continue to visit again. I'll start posting blog entries again tomorrow.
Wasn't that such a wonderful thing to do? <impish grin>
Go and do a good deed today.
(defun erc-cmd-BAN (nick) (let* ((chan (erc-default-target)) (who (erc-get-server-user nick)) (host (erc-server-user-host who)) (user (erc-server-user-login who))) (erc-send-command (format "MODE %s +b *!%s@%s" chan user host)))) (defun erc-cmd-KICKBAN (nick &rest reason) (setq reason (mapconcat #'identity reason " ")) (erc-cmd-BAN nick) (erc-send-command (format "KICK %s %s %s" (erc-default-target) nick (or reason ""))))
You might also want to try Coppermine. http://coppermine.sourceforge.net/ =)
E-Mail from Richi's server
Dearer to me, though, are students whose aha! moments are few and far between despite their efforts. They were the reasons why I taught before, and they are the reasons I want to return.