Life is pretty busy. Scattered highlights from the past week: -a sprained ankle from jujitsu (after the first 3 minutes of class), -SF Bay cruise for Steph’s birthday (not rainy, not boring, very cool), -an amazing all-expenses-paid computing conference in Baltimore (400 help desk managers and IT folks just like me, sorta), -sadly, I did not get […]
I went to work at 1 PM yesterday (Sunday) and met with my student consultants until the last of them left around 9 PM, and then I stayed till midnight to finish up preparations for The Big Day. Then I came to work at 7:30 this morning. It’s past 10:30 PM right now and I’m still […]
I had an *amazing* jujitsu night. I worked on katate hazushi ichi (you know, the first escape art you learn, the one that takes a whopping 3 seconds to learn), covered well over 50 variations of it for the next two hours, and then used the principles I learned to do three of my best […]
This is so cute! http://niftyken.stanford.edu/kids_on_the_mat.mov Don’t bother watching the whole thing unless you really want to. Unfortunately, there is no submission in the end. I think they just run out of time. Too bad. I was cheering for her.
My Xanga site is starting to get spammed (i.e. inappropriate comments from people I don’t know, links to you know what, etc). Are you?