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Headlines for Wednesday:
|A||X||@1200-1300 Q1 Do lab in RS303 from 2005.11.30 (teaching)|
|A||X||@1800-2000 Check data analysis part of DSS paper (teaching)|
|A||X||Ask references for DKG fellowship|
|A||X||Review structure of paper (mie1407f)|
And of course a hat or toque, a scarf, a pair of fleece gloves, a pair of fleece mitts over the gloves, socks, possibly another pair of socks, and winter boots.<hr size="1"> <hr size="1">
I have a very real problem: buying groceries in small quantities is tough. I want to be able to buy and sell extra groceries, but I want to limit transactions within the building. (I don't want to have to walk out!) Some things I'd be willing to buy and sell further off, I suppose, but I'd love to have classifieds just for Graduate House.
So I need classifieds that are easy to monitor. Special considerations for groceries would also be useful (example: expiration date, being able to easily track how many units are left). I want RSS feeds with fancy criteria. =) We can handle payment offline, so that isn't really a concern.
Hmmm. Sounds like a fun thing to build over Christmas. Plus points if it hooks into Mambo, I suppose.
Alvin and I agreed that something like that would get far more and far fresher content than a new blog just for IML. We're learning our lesson from all of these little half-blogs scattered all over the place...