Today's entries:


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
BXMake my day links more prominent (web)
BXAdd quickstart link : E-Mail from Jason Lewis (web)
BXMake my font smaller (web)
BXRename my blog to "planned procrastination" (web)
BXWrite my self-introduction (foss.politics)
BXFix planner-id update task when ID is in note : E-Mail from Michael Heinrich (2005.04.01 planner bug)
BXEnroll in course : E-Mail from Mathias Klang


2. Went to bars

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<gasp> End of the world, that.

Ended up going with my sister, my godfather and his nephew. We went to the Absolut party in Rockwell, where I ran into an old friend from the Calf Upstairs. Then we went to Cafe Havana, and I seriously, seriously missed dancing.

Interesting. It's not as alien as it used to be.

No, I didn't drink anything.

ネコはへいの割れ目を通り抜けた。 The cat went through a gap in the fence.

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3. Fantastic explanation of cost of software

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From We Pledge Allegiance to the Penguin:

"Every license for Office plus Windows in Brazil - a country in which 22 million people are starving - means we have to export 60 sacks of soybeans," says Marcelo D'Elia Branco, coordinator of the country's Free Software Project and liaison between the open source community and the national government, now headed by president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. "For the right to use one copy of Office plus Windows for one year or a year and a half, until the next upgrade, we have to till the earth, plant, harvest, and export to the international markets that much soy. When I explain this to farmers, they go nuts."

Now _that's_ a fantastic way to make the cost of software really visible to people. Translate it into tangible stuff!

その猫は私のそばで寝るのが好きだ。 The cat likes to sleep beside me.

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