Tuesday, November 29, 2005

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Up Late Last Night

I was up late last night working on the China Wok and Quick Wok online menus. You can check out the menus at http://www.thewoks.com and at http://wap.thewoks.com. The first is for regular online browsing. The second is for wireless web browsing. There was a lot of copy and paste involved. Finally, I'm done.

Yesterday, I stopped by the Quick Wok in Mission after work to put letters on the drive-thru window to tell our customers about the site. Hope it makes things easier for them. Last night after closing, I put letters on the Edinburg Quick Wok door too. I just need to do the same for China Wok later. Maybe I'll do that after work today.

Saturday, November 26, 2005

Monday, November 21, 2005

Everybody is sick

This was not a good weekend for our household. We have all got something. I have a headcold. Alma has a viral gastroenteritis. Magnus had vomiting and fever. All except Tien. She has escaped any illness thus far. She'll get hers. She was boasting about hour good fortune today. We all know that this will bring heaps of bad luck upon her. We are not well yet, although we are close to it.

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Small Victory

Today I learned something that is really useful. I've had a cell phone for a while now. I only started text messaging when I worked at T-Mobile (I had practically unlimited sms). Most phones have a feature called T9 or Predictive Text. If you've ever used it, or tried using it, it freaks you out. This happens if you try to use it the same way that you use the normal text entry. Once you learn T9, which I did today, text messaging is SO MUCH EASIER! In fact, it was so easy that I taught Alma, my wife, how to do it in less than one minute. Now, she is doing it too. You can learn T9 by visiting http://www.t9.com and using the demo.

There are many advantages to T9. First, it's faster. Second, it learns words that you use. And, third, it's really easy to learn once you understand the concept. So, visit the site and learn T9. If you use SMS often, you'll be glad you learned.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005