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Headlines for Monday:
|B||C||@1100-1200 Exercise: Fun and Fit at DS from 2005.09.26|
|A||X||@1330-1430 Do background reading for lab (teaching)|
|A||X||@1430-1500 Meet Peter Shepard regarding groups and lab (teaching)|
|C||X||@1800-1900 Meet Andrew and talk about planners|
|A||X||Send followup mail to Andrew|
|A||X||Send followup mail to Richard|
|A||X||Write up tips on stay-in-touch programs, paper|
|A||X||Pay ROSI accounts|
|A||X||Feature a template for diyplanner|
|A||X||Remember my CCNet password|
|A||X||Copy the extensions over already (iml)|
|A||X||E-mail Peter the new list of groups (teaching)|
|A||X||E-mail Harpreet about access to S: (teaching)|
|B||X||Set up wiki for robotics research : E-Mail from Michael Poblete|
|B||C||Get in touch with The Gas for sketch improv|
Case in point.
Paragraph comments should work now, although I accidentally lost a number of comments. I still have e-mail copies of them, though! =)
Apparently left them in my cubicle.
We love ranking things. The best this, the best that.
I think that our focus on ranking things misses a lot.
I don't want to know what the best engineering school in the Philippines is.
I want to know what makes schools good and what makes schools bad.
That way, there won't be just one "best" school; there'll be a lot of great ones.