Friday, January 14, 2005

1/14/2005

Tasks:

A1: DJ - MSWord, proposed solution, setup implemenation and results
A2: 1st Japanese Technical Terms exam (29/32)
A3: Watch internal Japanese Speech Contest 2:00pm - begginers, intermediate levels
B1: Draft outline of topics to review and study on ASP.NET, start with one
C1: MIS - 2 of 2 review for Midterms

Notes:

2nd Japanese Technical Terms - Jan. 21, 2005

1.更新 - こうしん - Update
2.画面 - がめん - Screen
3.項目 - こうもく - Item

4.新規 - しんき - New
5.開く - ひらく - Open
6.処理 - しょり - Process
7.入力 - にゅうりょく - Input

8.必須 - ひっす - Mandatory
9.任意 - にんい - Optional
10.内容 -ないよう - Content
11.実行 - じっこう - Execute

12.参照 - さんしょう - Reference
13.存在 - そんざい - Existence
14.登録 - とうろく - Registration

Thursday, January 13, 2005

1/13/2005

Tasks:

A1: DJ - new mail notification, [plan proposed solution, plan implementation and results]
A2: 1st MGM 2:00-4:00pm / review 1st Japanese Technical Terms
B1: OOAD - Object-Oriented Decomposition
B2: MIS - 1 of 2 review for Midterms
C1: Draft study plan for a .NET technology
C2: Blog about Google Answers - "Google Answers Researcher Work, Interesting"

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

1/12/2005

Tasks:

A1: DJ - title, statement of the problem, abstract, introduction
B1: Japanese L13, ふくしゅう B
B2: Japanese Technical Terms - Jan 14, 2005
C1: OOAD - OO Decomposition
D1: 2nd 30-min Fitness Challenge
C2: MIS - Operational Plan, (Wed, Thu, Fri) Midterms Review


Notes:

Japanese Technical Terms - Jan 14, 2004

1. 閉じる - と/じる - close (close)
2. 保存 - ほ/ぞん - save (preserve/believe)
3. 印刷 - いん/さつ - print (mark/print)
4. 送信 - そう/しん - send (send/truth)

5. 終了 - しゅう/りょう - end (end/complete)
6. 編集 - へん/しゅう - edit (editing/gather)
7. 削除 - さく/じょ - delete (sharpen/remove)
8. 検索 - けん/さく - search (investigate/cord)

9. 表示 - ひょう/じ - display (symbol/display)
10. 挿入 - そう/にゅう - insert (insert/enter) 
11. 引数 - ひき/すう - parameter (refer to/figure)
12. 関数 - かん/すう - function (connection/figure)

13.変数 - へん/すう - variable (change/figure) 
14. 条件 - じょう/けん - condition (item/case)

Thursday, January 06, 2005

2005 - Try Being Fit and Healthy

There are a lot of things I may be missing to share.
Whew! That's whole December 2005, no blogs.

Actually, I have a lot of things I supposedly would
like to tell and record but I am on a reflection mode
last month on how I would like my blogging system
would be and just went free from blogs and move on
things the pre-blog way.

To start the year positively, I have listed some realizable,
do-able, and measurable resolutions. Resolutions are not
always that bad as long as you stay close to reality of your
plans. But I won't be talking it here yet topics such as those.

Instead, you may want to try this out first. A resolution to
exercise for the next 12 weeks. Actually a Fitness Challenge
program from MIT community. Well, we can adopt it also.

Me, I plan to dive with the challenge. At least 30 minutes a
day of activity above a normal pace. Here's also a link to
Exercise Ideas. Enjoy! Also, Happy New Year!