(15 Sep 2004 at 10:30)
|Boy, coming up with a thesis topic is hard work!|
I don't like being idle, so I wrote some new code for sml-lib. There's a general-purpose memoization library (sig, sml) and implementation of the SHA-1 hash algorithm (sig, sml).
|OMG I have no idea what any of that is. LUNXI SUKSC!!1!!
But I was randomly browsing Orkut and found your profile out of the blue. Or someone pretending to be you. I'd add you as a friend, but you don't know me well. You should invite Smath and then I'll add him as a friend and be one away from you. Erdos that!
I finally got around to downloading your novel and it looks interesting, I think I'll actually try to read it sometime. Layout, whitespace, and diagrams look good so far (c.f. fig. 13ξ).
|hehe, it's not even linux.
No way dude, let's be orkufriends. Gotta catch 'em all! (I didn't know you knew smath...)
|Yar, smath and I go wayyyy back... We were in high school together, middle school, elementary school, cub scouts... I haven't kept in touch though. I think I may have discovered snoot.org from a link from his old cmu webpage.|
|Orktu sukxs! Like I mean, I am a member now for some months and NOTUNG HAPPENS!`|
|so what's your thesis topic?|
|Thesis topic: Using Recursion to Determine This Thesis Topic|
|max, that is almost accurate tonight|
|Cool, then you could use hearts instead of bullet points.|