FLE (August 31, 2003, 0) - “Fle3 is a web-based learning environment. To be more specific Fle3 is server software for computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL). Fle3 is Open Source and Free Software released under the GNU General Public Licence (GPL). The licence is protecting your freedom to use, modify and distribute Fle3.”
(ARGH! Free software just keeps doing this to me!
Emacs (September 11, 2007, 0) - Terrific comic from UserFriendly about my favorite text editor.
I might take sick leave too! ;)
Random Emacs symbol: general-holidays – Variable: General holidays. Default value is for the United States.
Sent by Stephen Perelgut
On Technorati: pimpmyemacs
On the benefits of my far-out exercises (September 11, 2003, 0) - From one of my students:
>> Do you like exercises like this, or should we just stick to the stuff in
>> the books?
> Both. But I like exercises like these more because stuff that's in the
> book, I can do on my own when I have the time. Stuff like this is
> different, and interesting.
All the gory financial details (October 10, 2005, 0) - My mom wanted to know if she needed to make any emergency funding
arrangements for me, so I sent her a 24-page report of all the
financial transactions I recorded since I moved to Canada.
It’s arranged by category and then by month, and it includes each and
every single line item. I might be missing one or two
WordPress admin screen tweaks (April 3, 2010, 0) - A few months ago, I decided to experiment with publishing (mostly) one post a day, scheduling posts to go out at 8 AM. That’s been working well for me, although I now have a backlog of 22 scheduled posts (as of March 11), and I keep reshuffling my queue because I want to post some