Wonderful snow today. I always seem to park in the wrong spot.
Monthly Archive for January, 2008
Lots of snow in Stillwater today. Crazy that it was sunny and 60 degrees less than a week ago.
It’s getting into the semester where there will be papers and projects due, some (or most) of which will be carried around on USB drives. Make sure to back up that data! Last semester I was caught in a bad spot because my drive had died and my backup was a month or so old, [...]
It looks like food prices are on their way up. Kind of sad: All the indicators, the prices of every food staple, are on the up – wheat doubled in price at one point last year. ‘It’s something the industry has expected and is thus, hopefully, a manageable cycle,’ he says. ‘No hunger riots. But [...]
I’m pretty proud of this year’s artwork. You can see a temporary page up now, more will come as I have time to fully develop the website later.
Just in case anyone wants to look at my homework, I’m testing WordPress and how it handles PDFs. I made some scans of my homework since Sarah and I share a book. Here they are if anyone wants them. Combinatorial HW2. I’m sure I’ll get in trouble for this
I thought our first (second) lifegroup meeting went really well tonight. We started discussing Jesus Camp and had quite a few varying responses. It’s a good group to be a part of and if you’re in the area on a Tuesday night, check us out.
I’ve recently got back into my old habit of keeping a prayer journal, which really helps me stay on track. I wish I could find a link online, but this is the closest thing I can find. I buy Mead Brand Cambridge series notebooks from Sam’s Club. It’s only about $6 for 5 or 6 [...]
You can go to the Facebook group here. By the way, Matt Mills helped me come up with the name “Off on a Cotangent.” I probably would have just called it “lifegroup” but regardless, I probably won’t change the Facebook group name. I’m sorry.
This will come in handy while programming this semester. I was used to Ctrl+D in Eclipse and I think I prefer that better because it’s easier to reach with just one hand.