Oh, wow (November 24, 2006, 0) - Have I mentioned yet how much I *love* the University of Toronto
library? Full-text access to the Harvard Business Review, hello…
Random Emacs symbol: file-cache-minibuffer-complete – Command: Complete a filename in the minibuffer using a preloaded cache.
How to make a complete map of every thought you think (October 13, 2007, 0) - Michael Nielsen is also responsible for telling me about How to Make a Complete Map of Every Thought you Think, a book about the clarity that comes when you record everything you think. That’s way more than I’m doing right now. Fascinating, though! More about this after I read the book. Random Emacs symbol:
Unanswered mail hack (December 30, 2003, 0) - I’m having a hard time keeping track of mail I’ve already answered.
To better keep track of my mail, I think I will split off my personal
mail into several groups:
- mail.misc.archive for mail I’ve already answered and for my replies; threads I consider complete
- mail.misc.noanswer for mail I want to archive but don’t need to
No ACM! (January 2, 2007, 0) - Oh no! I tried using the ACM Digital Library through my
earlier, and I couldn’t get full-text access. I’ve sent my research
supervisor a panicky e-mail. While he’s solving that problem, I’ll
focus on designing my research study.
Random Emacs symbol: bbdb/gnus-split-crosspost-default – Variable: *If this variable is not nil, then if the BBDB could not identify a
What was I thinking? (February 6, 2007, 0) - Why on earth was I feeling frustrated with my thesis? One day on the
IBM intranet, and I’m full of energy and raring to go. I can’t wait to
prototype that search engine, and I can’t wait to see all these Web
2.0 concepts in action. I love being around such awesome people, and I
can’t wait to figure