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hooray! an update.

I went to the office to print articles and read them for class tomorrow. Instead I just finished reading all of this year's techfee proposals.

My eyes are tired and the browser fonts are magnified; so I guess this must count as some sort of productivity.

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Good boy

Good job on reading all of the Techfee proposals, if it weren't for you, noone would get anything this year :) I officially dub thee the "Techfee Santa Claus (TM), now with enhanced Titration!"

Re: Good boy

yeah. I thought you'd like that.

anyway, I'd rather be generous with wireless than hand out projectors to the masses. I feel like the recent New Yorker piece about the evils of PowerPoint should possibly be required reading for the committee ... we should know what we're promoting!

Re: Good boy

*ahem* That was not at all recent, only recent to the livejournal (i.e., mine). It was actually published in 2001.

Moreover, it spawned a debate among some friends of mine. One friend claimed that if a person were to read the New Yorker, the Economist, and Scientific American, this person would be completely informed and would not have to read any other magazines. While something of a bold claim admittedly, another friend claimed something about this persone being totally and completely wrong. I think. I wasn't actually there for this argument. But it goes down in history as the "New Yorker-Economist-Scientific American argument" spawned by the technology issue of the New Yorker (in which the PowerPoint article was published).

Re: Good boy

here's the link --
http://www.livejournal.com/talkread.bml?journal=ellenlouise&itemid=141087#cutid1

I meant to include it, but didn't realize that the comment had been posted. Stupid beta-version Apple web browser (Safari)!