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Headlines for Monday:
|A||X||Work on prototype|
|A||X||Make sure I have postal addresses for everyone I must mail|
|A||X||@1000 Cram IBM presentation|
|A||X||@1300 Mashup presentation|
|A||X||Go to IBM|
|B||X||@1730-1930 CATA-WIT holiday socials : E-Mail from Roger Yang - Bay and Front|
|B||X||@1930-2200 Andrew Burke's 36th birthday: Foxes' Den, Bay south of Charles - 1075 bay street E-Mail from Andrew Burke|
|A||C||@2100 Chat with Simon|
Hmm. The prospect of sending a Christmas letter / annual report to 500+ people is a little overwhelming. Granted, some of those are getting-back-in-touch letters. I'm going to have to prioritize people into must-send and optional. I will still be addressing the letters by hand, after all!
I think I'll write out my letter long-hand and have it photocopied. I think I'll lay out a few pictures or perhaps use my icon or a malong pic - something that will photocopy well in black and white. No sense in just printing the darn thing. Too boring. I may as well e-mail it, but there's no point in that, either. ;)
I might also have to divide this into stuff to send from the US/Canada and stuff to send from the Philippines.
Okay. There are around a hundred people I *really* should mail or else I will be a delinquent friend... Mindboggling, isn't that?
I'm going to have to e-mail people tomorrow to confirm their postal addresses. Emacs to the rescue, you bet!
Random Emacs symbol: w3m-http-url-path - Function: Path of the HTTP-URL.