Mon 17 Dec 2007
Last week was the most action packed I’ve had in a while. Between Monday and Saturday, I only spent Wednesday night at home:
- Monday: to the Computer History Museum for a panel on the 25th anniversary of the Commodore 64, my first computer
- Tuesday: ice skating with friends at the Sharks ice skating rink near Spartan Stadium
- Thursday: to Stanford to view the final presentations of CS 147, the undergraduate human-computer interaction class
- Friday: a hot chocolate tasting party with friends from Stanford, followed by hanging out with other friends from Caltech
- Saturday: up to San Francisco with high school friends, to the Legion of Honor for an exhibition on Marie-Antoinette and Le Petit Trianon, the De Young Museum for a reception with the artist in residence and a high school classmate, Anli Liu. Then another high school friend joined us for dinner.
Not surprisingly, on Sunday I decided to relax. In my case, that meant reading through a bunch of newspapers and a couple of months’ worth of my friends’ blog entries. I picked up a few interesting tidbits on the way, which I’ll write about over the next few entries.