Interesting Comments on The Election From MITBBS

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

So funny!


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.





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.



Lunch with Junwen

Boarding at San Diego Port


First Dinner

Debarkation Celebration

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


Men's golf tournament (27 vs. 25)

Table tennis

Hairy Chest Contest

First Formal Night


Choose Shore Excuirsion



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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