personal information (March 26, 2003, 0) - Ooops. Hadn’t realized I’d left some of the student lists out of my
.cvsignore . My apologies to people who found their cellphone numbers
and e-mail addresses on the Web. (And their ID pictures, too!)
Paranoid mail servers (October 23, 2003, 0) - Our school mail server is particularly paranoid. Whenever I am on
campus, I have to use it as my smarthost, but it won’t relay messages
unless my From: has the school’s domain. However, when I am _outside_
the campus, it refuses to accept mail from me if I use that as my
From:. I’ve been trying to figure out
Waaah! No Internet in the dorm yet! (July 23, 2005, 0) - Well, that sucks. Apparently, the reminder I got in my e-mail is a
generic reminder sent to everyone at Graduate House, not a
welcome-to-the-Internet sort of thing. Maybe I should volunteer to
help maintain the network, if only so that other people will get
connected faster. I really, _really_ want to get connected!
I could go to school today, but
Too warm (August 1, 2006, 0) - According to http://www.theweathernetwork.com/:
30′C, feels like 43′C
30′C, feels like 44′C
That’s not right. That’s just not right.
At least in Manila, we know about airconditioning and fans. ;)
I love the comparison btw Manila and Toronto. Make sure to do another one in February! What a crazy climate here.
Social networks: Basic, basic feature – multiple e-mail addresses (September 7, 2006, 0) - With the number of e-mail addresses people have, I think that all
business networking sites should allow people to have multiple e-mail
addresses as part of their profile.
LinkedIn does this right.
OpenBC‘s implementation forces you to have
a business e-mail, and changing this requires re-confirmation *and*
locks you out of your account. Yes, you can set your personal e-mail