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    Clearing my desk

    Looking for something, which I obviously haven't found, I have cleared my office desk. I have found what follows:
    1. Several photocopies of my ID card, at different depths
    2. A stapler
    3. Several blank CDs. Two of them without anything written on them
    4. Reams of white or lightly written sheets of paper
    5. A leather-bound notepad
    6. 3 ballpens
    7. 4 floppies
    8. An ISDN cable
    9. Several versions, with annotations, of old research papers
    10. The LaTeX book
    11. half a dozen unstapled staples
    12. A pencil
    13. A map of Menorca

    Clearing a desk is good. I'll definitely do it every year.

    2003-11-04 21:38 | 4 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: Algernon Fecha: 2003-11-04 21:51

    A leather-bound notepad? Is it a Moleskine? Confess!!! xD

    De: JJ Fecha: 2003-11-04 21:53

    No, I lost the Moleskine long time ago :-) (just kidding) This one says "I congreso español de algoritmos evolutivos y bioinspirados. Caja Extremadura, Obra sociocultural". It's A4-size.

    De: Jacobo Fecha: 2003-11-07 05:27

    If you had followed a system and digged stratum-by-stratum, now you could have dated the stuff you found.

    "I've found it just on top of the 1995 speeding ticket".

    De: JJ Fecha: 2003-11-07 15:45

    Good idea! I'll do it next time

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