Monthly Archives: May 2009

The Lost Art Of Proofreading

I am an amateur proofreader; I would like to be a professional proofreader. To date, however, all my work has been volunteer and includes several MSc theses, a few academic papers, numerous Arch Linux newsletters, and two unpublished novels. I enjoy the process of proofreading, of axing unnecessary words, of caressing, cajoling, or cursing the… Read More »

Todo List

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the proper way to design a calendar and to-do list application.  The irony: I never got around to putting ‘write to-do list application’ on my to-do list. The best to-do list I’ve seen was designed by Kim Hoyer with input from myself and another developer. Its part… Read More »

Hello blog

So apparently this is my first post. Actually, I’m editing the auto-generated first post. I’ve been meaning to set up a blog on my domain (archlinux.ca) for a while, but never got around to it, likely due to the fact that it seems pretty unimportant. Also, I am in strong agreement with a 2002 article… Read More »