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In the spirit of awaiting Doom III, recently I played some of old id games: classic Wolf, Doom, Quake 1, and lately Quake 3 Arena. Nice way to waste some hours. However I came up with an idea for writing mini HOWTO of playing them on Linux (e.g for Wolf you must use DOSEMU etc). Sounds not too bad, right?

Evil MS Word

I had to use MS Word today. I created a blank document and then wanted to insert a simple 279 KB JPEG picture (http://www.kde.org/img/clipart/tkdelogo_xxl.jpg). So I just picked up menu Insert, Picture, From File and the highlighted the file. The right- side of the dialog which supposed to show the image preview was just simply blank, even as I have waited for minutes. Then I just realized it freezed. Evil evil evil!


Nice chatting at #koffice last night. Had fun together with David Faure trying to find why KSpread is so slow. Will examine in depth later. I also start to use my ariya@kde.org e-mail address.


Just realized, there are so many different algorithms for just calculating factorial. This link is highly recommended: www.luschny.de/math/factorial/FastFactorialFunctions.htm

Doom III

Getting closer ! See those many impressive screenhosts.


This is what came across my mind:

Don't code today, what you can't debug tommorow

What do you think ?

The Clones vs Spidey

I bought the latest Time Asia magazine, which has reddish Spiderman on its cover and happened to found another The Clones vs Spidey feature. I'm getting sick with that.

18 May 2002 (updated 19 May 2002 at 04:22 UTC) »
Attack of The Clones

I bought Tanenbaum's "Operating System: Design and Implementation 2nd ed". It was amazing because of the price: USD 3 !

I was terribly busy last week, working on some difficult parts of my thesis report. Hopefully this week would allow me to get enough air to hack again on KSpread

Panic Room

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