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Name: Sandra Jean Chua
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I turned 18 yesterday. Had a small party. Lots of fun. My arms are still a bit sore from kayaking.

I'm mildly inefficient today. Must fix. <sigh>

Installing Linux on my new iPAQ. I'll feel much better when I get that done.

<yawn> sure am sleepy. But I learned a lot of things today.

  • Drag and drop in Java. Got my JTable to drag to my JTree, although it still doesn't quite do the Right Thing.
  • Roboant maze algorithm for tomorrow.
  • Poetry which I'll post sometime.
  • Ernest's updating his webpage.
  • Did homework in LaTeX again.

Decided to start making use of this site. Besides, lots of things happened today. =)

  • Helping out Ateneo de Manila University with PAASCU - private school accreditation? Will make more interactive. Paul has a cool design. Fanny and Em are amazing at Flash. Gotta keep up. But I won't concentrate on frontend.

  • Finished my lab report. Nicely done in LaTeX, no overfull hboxes or anything of that sort. Sent PDFs over to my groupmate for comments. Don't you just love Linux? <

  • Studied FSMs. Really interesting. Was doodling state diagrams in class.

  • Napped the whole lunch. Had felt slightly sick.

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sachac certified others as follows:

  • sachac certified johnw as Master
  • sachac certified pusakat as Journeyer
  • sachac certified TypeRite as Journeyer
  • sachac certified mparaz as Journeyer
  • sachac certified fallenlord as Apprentice

Others have certified sachac as follows:

  • clausen certified sachac as Journeyer
  • pusakat certified sachac as Journeyer
  • coke certified sachac as Journeyer
  • zakame certified sachac as Journeyer

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