Saturday, February 26, 2011

Favorite Songs

Choosing your favorite songs can be quite complicated when you've heard so many songs in your life -_-' but I'm gonna try and list a few...

1. It's My Life - Bon Jovi
It's a classic. It's upbeat, and I never grow tired of it.

2. You Give Love a Bad Name - Bon Jovi
Possibly my favorite hard rock song.

3. With or Without You - U2
Heard it on Friends for the first time and ended up reminding me a lot of when I first started going out with my boyfriend...

4. I Don't Want To Miss a Thing - Aerosmith
My favorite soft rock song. Also, best love song ever imo; gets me every time.

5. Fell In Love With a Girl - The White Stripes
My favorite garage rock song.

6. Flathead - The Fratellis
Favorite indie rock song.

7. Iris - The Goo Goo Dolls
Favorite alternative rock song.

8. Dynamite - Taio Cruz
Lately, I enjoy listening to this song

Friday, February 25, 2011

Quote of the Day

«Si te extasías ante su belleza, eso sólo no es amor: es admiración. Si sientes palpitar tu corazón en su presencia, eso sólo no es amor: es sensibilidad. Si ansías una caricia, un beso, un abrazo, poseer de alguna manera su cuerpo, eso sólo no es amor: es sensualidad. Pero si lo que deseas es su bien, aún a costa de tu sacrificio, enhorabuena: has encontrado el verdadero amor».
- P. Jorge Loring

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

TIL: You Can't Have Too Much Of A Good Thing

For better or for worse.

TIL: Partial Progress Makes You Feel Good

[data structures lab instructions] "[...] The particular case at hand is perhaps simple and you may start by implementing the whole class and test afterwards. However, you should learn to work on stages and to be able to perform testing incrementally as each state is worked out. In this way, you will be able to experiment partial progress that usually makes one feel good about what has been done."

Shoot he's absolutely right. Thing is I already implemented the whole class, so if anything, it'll make me feel bad about myself... x_x If only I'd read the whole thing first...

If you're reading this... please don't make the same mistake I did. Cheers.