Oh my.

November 21st, 2002 • 1 min read

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Overwhelmed. Panicked. Juggling.

So much to do! Here is a list of the most urgent/pressing/probably have to be done or worked on today...

  1. 2 High School girls have been here this week working on a webpage for my group. They are presenting tomorrow and our technology has slowed them down. They are going home and then I will meet them tonight for coffee to discuss their presentation tomorrow (for which I won't be here) because:
  2. Tomorrow I'm flying out to Chicago @ 10:00 for Wendy's sister's wedding. (probably won't be blogging from there... but afterwards! ohhh... the pressure of meeting so many people and relatives and friends) Have to get my wardrobe in order: Suit for the wedding, Coat & Tie for the dinner... Planned on doing that earlier this week, but Meetups! Also got to get this weeks Howard Stern's on my iPod.
  3. Tomorrow my parents are coming for Thanksgiving and my room and workshop are disaster areas... I want to at least superficially clean them before they get here.
  4. Pushing to match classroom speakers for first week in December. (will have reached about 1000 students this quarter (compared to 540 for all of last year).
  5. Nuturing calls and meetings with newly recruited industry partners.
  6. Status report and cluster summary due this morning.
  7. Need to make sure Tivo is in order for the weekend (and tape Gilmore Girls to bring to Wendy)
  8. Need to recruit SMEs for Digital Media ACAP
  9. Meetings today:

    • 9:00-11:00 Cluster Status Meeting
    • 2:00-3:00 AISD - Programming Contest
    • 4:00-5:00 NI - Next Steps
    • 5:30-6:30 High Schoolers

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