colors my printer can produce

Monday, 19 February 2007
  • Green
  • Teal
  • Cyan
  • Sky blue
  • Yellow

Great for distinguishing lines on plots and graphs!

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in and out

Tuesday, 13 February 2007

Still fit:

  1. BDU blouse, cold weather
  2. BDU blouse, hot weather (little tight though)
  3. BDU trousers
  4. BDU trousers, hot weather (again a little tight)
  5. BDU cap (mostly)
  6. Dress blues officer’s cap
  7. Dress blues flight cap (what’s to fit?)

Not so much:

  1. Dress blues short sleeve shirt
  2. Dress blues trousers (unless I really want to accentuate my slimness)

successfully-pulled-off childhood foods

Thursday, 8 February 2007
  1. Noodle Kugel
  2. Baked Macaroni and Cheese
  3. Meatballs
  4. Kielbasa
  5. Poached Eggs

I learned that tutoring at the Williams College Math/Science Resource Center

Thursday, 1 February 2007
  1. A great way to learn is to have several people explain a concept to you.
  2. An even better way to learn is to explain a concept to someone else.
  3. Much more better is to have to explain the concept to someone in a different way than you did the first time.
  4. There’s a difference between looking like you know what you’re doing, and knowing what you’re doing. But most of the time, if you really do know what you’re doing, you’ll look like it.
  5. One of the best ways to sound smart is to try not to sound smart. Simplify, address the matter at hand, and approach concepts in a step-by-step way, without a lot of needless jargon or overcomplication. (Incidentally, this is a great way to be smart, too.)
  6. Successfulness is not judged by self-esteem or personal knowledge. It’s judged by your effect on others.