And the rest of the year passed by in a blur (December 31, 2004, 0) -
Turned 21. Threw birthday party/send-off party. Didn’t blog much; was very busy.
Japanese language studies. Lots of lectures blogged.
Training at MSI. Met Prof. Chignel of UToronto. Gave talk on PIM for Tokyo Linux Users Group.
More Japanese langueg studies.
Somewhere along the way, Dominique and I formalized our relationship.
=) (Don’t ask me when, though; I don’t know.)
Living an awesome life as a 27-year-old: a year in blog posts (August 12, 2011, 16) - Happy birthday to me! =) I’m celebrating my 28th birthday today. Here’s the year in blog posts (August 2010 – July 2011): http://sachachua.com/notebook/files/sacha-chua-27.pdf .
Blogging as a 27-year-old: 391 published posts, 382 pages long, more than 190,000 words. If you’re curious, you can see what I was blogging as a 26-year-old and as a 25-year-old.
Tons of fun (February 26, 2005, 0) - Clair Ching‘s birthday party was tons of fun.
The scavenger hunt in UP was more of a leisurely stroll around famous
UP landmarks, and we enjoyed a great picnic on the grass after all our
I’m assmilating JM into our collective. ;) He’s a good fit. He’s
interested in kinesthetic puzzles, chess, books, firespinning, and
Dominique has been absolutely
Geeks and birthday parties (August 12, 2005, 0) - Twelve hours’ time difference didn’t stop my friends from a proper
birthday party for me. What can you expect when your friends are
geeks? They pulled out all the stops: cellphones for quick setup and
communication, Yahoo Messenger for
text and video, and moblogs for pictures of the celebration. Too bad a
firewall stopped us from chatting via Skype!
Congratulations to Dominique, writer! (April 28, 2006, 0) - Congratulations to Dominique Cimafranca on
being accepted to the Dumaguete Writers’ Workshop!
He totally rocks. =)
Update: Dominique’s blog entry