Met Dominique Cimafranca (July 7, 2003, 0) - Had a really fun conversation with Dominique Cimafranca over hot
chocolate last Saturday. =) Nice guy.
Linux is an umbrella (July 6, 2003, 0) - I’ve compared Linux to hot chocolate before (see below for anecdote).
Apparently, I’m not the only one geek who sees computer stuff in
everyday things -
compares Linux to an umbrella.
Linux is like hot chocolate:
Windows is like iced chocolate. Easy to drink, but gives you brain
freeze. Linux is like hot chocolate. You have to drink it a little
Valentine’s (February 15, 2006, 0) - Yesterday was fantastic! I woke up extra early and chatted with
Dominique, who Googled up a few wonderful poems and read me a few.
Then my mom called me up with news that some of my friends were over
there for a small party! =) Whee!
I did well in my two speeches today, despite mishaps. I survived my
Linux Caffe (May 1, 2006, 0) - I had coffee – well, hot chocolate and green tea – with Simon at Linux
Caffe. David and Seneca were there, which meant that I not only got to
donate my Linux Journal issues, but also lend my molinillo to David
for his chocolate-making experiments. We had a lot of fun listening to
Seneca show off the awesome use
Cold and raining outside, warm and fuzzy inside (February 5, 2006, 0) - The weather today was absolutely horrible. As my sister would say, “It
rained little animals.” Well, alternately rained and snowed. I didn’t
get to watch the fireworks I’d been looking forward to all week. Waah.
Even that couldn’t spoil my day, though. I had an absolutely fantastic
start – a nice chat with people back home. =D
After straightening out