Interesting Comments on The Election From MITBBS

Posted on: Thu, 03/06/2008 - 02:41 By: yunyao

So funny!

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发信人: restarted (New Day), 信区: USANews
标 题: Re: obama说昨天hillary clinton赢是因为媒体帮忙
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Wed Mar 5 21:30:17 2008), 转信

an interesting birthday gift

Posted on: Sun, 03/02/2008 - 22:34 By: Huahai

Huahai has received his birthday gift from Yunyao, a few days early.

What's inside?

Wow, a scenic flight certificate, what a lovely gift! Thank you, babe.

Valentine's day with the cats

Posted on: Sat, 02/16/2008 - 23:03 By: yunyao

Another lonely Valentine's day for me. Fortunately, the cats are with me.

 

唐唐:巴巴给麻麻送的什么呀。让我先鉴定一下。
嗯,闻起来好象不错。

 

娇娇:哼,有什么好的。又不能吃,还有刺。不好玩。

Create Multiple Modules Maven Project in Eclipse

Posted on: Thu, 02/14/2008 - 04:49 By: Huahai

Modularized software system design is often a good idea. Maven is the new software build system that is purported to be better than ant. For my new project, I want to create a maven build consisting of multiple modules. To do this, and let Eclipse treats these modules as parts of a single Eclipse project, I used the following procedure.

First create the top level maven project, which will be the container of the modules. Our top level maven project is called "cool".

Chrismas Vacation --- Mexico Riviera Cruise (Draft)

Posted on: Sun, 02/10/2008 - 03:42 By: yunyao

Place Holder for now.

Day1:

12/16/2007

Lunch with Junwen

Boarding at San Diego Port

Drill

First Dinner

Debarkation Celebration

Raffle at many places (of course we did not win any of them)

12/17/2007

Men's golf tournament (27 vs. 25)

Table tennis

Hairy Chest Contest

First Formal Night

Photo

Choose Shore Excuirsion

Dance

12/18/2007

Women's golf tournament (28 vs. 20)

Java time resolution

Posted on: Sat, 02/09/2008 - 20:21 By: Huahai

I am writing a Java program to run psychology experiments. Since this is a generic program that may be configured for running some reaction time (RT) experiments, I am worried about the time resolution of Java. It turns out that I don't need to worry too much, except on Windows. On Linux, one millisecond time resolution can be consistently achieved using either System.currentTimeMillis() or System.nanoTime() call.

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