Adventures with J: Rhyme time (April 18, 2007, 0) - J asked me if she could take the Shel Silverstein book I lent her to
school tomorrow, because her teacher told them that they’d do poetry.
She loves the Shel Silverstein poems, and has probably flagged more
than three-fourths of the book. I gave my permission, of course.
Because she was so interested in poetry, I suggested that we
on why I do not judge poetry (March 17, 2003, 0) - Despite all the efforts of my English literature teachers (and a
number of friends), I refuse to profess any ability to distinguish
good poetry from bad poetry, and indeed good art from bad art.
Because those crazy cubists can draw weird stuff and still be called
masters, I conclude that it is next to impossible for me to
Emacs Chat: Bastien Guerry (May 20, 2013, 9) - In this chat, Bastien tells stories about getting started in Emacs, reading his mail/news/blogs in Gnus, and hacking his life with Org. =) Enjoy!
Want just the audio? You can get MP3s or OGG from archive.org.
Update 2014-03-07: Transcript posted!
Activity ideas, or Spending-time-with-Sacha-HOWTO (October 30, 2006, 0) - A good way to grow friendships (or relationships, for that matter) is
to do non-work stuff together. I initially stuck this under
OnLove#date-ideas, but realized it was generally applicable.
Objectives for activities:
Get to know each other
Share experiences: “Remember when…”
Expand our experience and try something new
Work towards goals
Change of scene
Playing board games like Scrabble or chess
New productivity blog: To-Done (May 12, 2005, 0) - I stumbled upon a cool new productivity blog:
http://www.to-done.com. Keith started on May 4. Based on the
articles that are already up, I’d say To-Done is a blog well worth
watching. I mean, someone who’s into the Hipster PDA and GTD and other
things can’t be all that bad, eh? ;)
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