Digital Pinay (July 9, 2005, 0) - Don’t worry, the Philippine Computer Society isn’t trying to sneak a
beauty pageant past us geekettes (at the moment, at least).
“Digital Pinay” will be the title of my monthly column in the
just-launched Computerworld On Campus magazine for prospective and
current IT students. I’ll share tips on making the most of computing
education, tidbits from my research and student
The man who should’ve used Connections (October 26, 2009, 0) -
Wow. There are some seriously talented IBMers out there.
This is the latest installment in “The Man Who Should’ve Used Connections”, by Jean Francois Chenier (a project administrator at IBM Japan). He created it using Anime Studio, Garageband, and iMovie.
When I grow up, I want to do things like this.
Good karma: Emacs (March 22, 2006, 0) - From Paul Lussier:
One day, about 2 years ago now (Holy Cow! Sacha, has it been *that*
long? :) I stumbled upon this thing called emacs-wiki and
planner-mode. I fired off an e-mail to the maintainer asking a couple
of questions. Someone named Sacha answered back and had such
enthusiasm for my e-mail and my questions that
Advertise to yourself! (September 26, 2007, 0) - Fellow Emacs geek Paul Lussier pointed me to Take Back Your Brain!, a blog about influencing _your own brain_ through advertising. Here’s what the about page says:
How to Take Back your Brain
Learn the techniques professionals use to persuade us and borrow any that seem useful.
Use our personal technology tools to make effective ads aimed at