Headlines for Saturday:

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
AX@0900-1000 Buy groceries
AC@1900-2200 Nathan Phillips Square: Fireworks
BC@2000-2100 Try Bryant and Faye's class at 263 Adelaide St and John St : E-Mail from Argentine Tango Club
BXSlip Winter City program under door of 410 : E-Mail from Andrea Vaags

1. Wild on winter: 00:41

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The free fireworks show at Nathan Phillips Square was totally awesome, and dragging friends out there was a terrific idea. Thanks to Steve, Stefan and Mike for humoring me on such short notice! =) Too bad James couldn't make it, but he definitely wanted to join us next time.

(I really, really should make a password-protected wiki to help my friends and family back home keep all these people straight in their heads. =) )

Wish the JGL could've been there. I miss my friends from home! But it's nice making sure that the other students enjoy Toronto as well. I've figured it out. I might just stay in my room and surf if I'm by myself, but now that I know that people out there are like that and won't get to experience Toronto well unless I drag them out... <grin>

I prepared some hot chocolate for my friends as we chatted in the common room. I showed them the airmail packet and told them how my mom sent me the chocolate with hankies and lots of love when she heard how homesick I was. They all went "Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww..."

And my reading is going well, too! Now that I've figured out that I'm interested in "communities of practice", I've turned up a _gazillion_ papers to read about knowledge management and the spread of information... I really like writing my thoughts down in that notebook, and I'm starting to get enough material to want to write a blog post or mini-lit-search on knowledge management in communities of practice. Another interesting topic would be inferencing communities from bookmarks and other shared resources. Anyway, we'll see.

The temperature may be going down, but life is looking up.