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Attended the Microsoft Pinoy Devstock 2003 conference. Before the sessions started, Dr. Sarmenta called.

"What are you doing at a Microsoft conference?!"
"I'm into smartphones. Besides, I'm open-minded. Doc Mana's here too."
"What's Doc Mana doing at a Microsoft conference?!"
"Doc Mana says he's spying."

Tasks
Schedule
Notes

1. Haystack : 21:41

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http://haystack.lcs.mit.edu/index.html

I seem to remember running across this before - wish I could run it with lower hardware requirements...

2. The Pedagogical Patterns Project : 23:23

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http://www-lifia.info.unlp.edu.au/ppp/ Successes in teaching object technology =)

3. Pedagogical patterns : 23:40

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PP 8 (Lab-discussion-lecture-lab) is almost exactly what we planned! =) Maybe we're on the right track. I will, however, need to improve the quality of the lab assignments - references to textbooks/websites and better instructions. Probably also hints.

PP 16 is pretty useful, too. As is the one on accessors/mutators...

Oooh. PP 33 is precisely what we did in Lab1.

4. Oralux : 23:56

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http://oralux.org - Knoppix + Emacspeak! =)
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