One Assignment Down

Hooray! I've finished one assignment (the website/automated telephone one for HCI), two more to go.

I did some concept mapping last night but my heart wasn't really in it. I'll carry on tonight I think and see how far I get. Then I actually have to go to my HCI lecture tomorrow, which I don't look forward to.

Moodle day tomorrow, I've got two more teachers' classes to add (I need to write a script to re-enable their passwords if they ae disabled and in that class), then it's time to work out whether I should put the data from into a MySQL Database or store it as a flat file.

Then I really have to get cracking on my project work on Thursday (if I can't sort out the bizarre rotation problem then I'll have to cut down to just cardinal directions). I think I need to compile a static version of Qt to let me do the project. Once I've cracked the movement issues I'l be able to reuse it in the other one.

This afternoon I've updated some of the components of LispBox 0.7 to newer ones. Emacs (I think) CLisp 2.44 SLIME (24-4-08 edition) I would also like to try and use SBCL as my Lisp in here but I can't quite get it working. I don't want to lose my other emacs settings so I need to work out how to reset the HOME variable so that it points to a local .emacs file. I'll post some instructions if I manage to work out what I'm doing.

I've agreed to take part in the Manchester to Blackpool Charity Bike Ride in July (how stupid am I) for Christies. It's only 60 miles so I've spent the last week puffing and panting up hills, luckily I've got another 2 1/2 months until we actually do it so I should manage without keeling over dead of a heart-attack. We're going to be riding as Team Janice in memory of Janice who died last May (23d I think), I'll try and add a static page with training to this site so I can keep track of how much I'm doing (or not). Off now.

(Post Script: Page added for training log )