November 17, 2005

That was the Best. Lecture. Ever.

It involved a flying kipper, a lapdancing pink hippo and several paper airplanes. Every lecturer should be a clone of Stephen Jarvis.

I plan on doing a proper update to cover everything I've done so far at university. However, to do that, I need to first work out what I have done. Which would take large amounts of time, so I keep delaying it. I might get it done over the Christmas holidays.


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  1. Jarvis is the best lecturer you'll have. It's all downhill from here, sucker.

    18 Nov 2005, 00:11

  2. Aww. I was going to write an entry about that lecture. =P

    I think it was great how he took that in stride. Heh.

    18 Nov 2005, 23:43

  3. Jarvis is great. I really wish taught more than just CS118, or at least was my Tutor instead of Mike Joy. I have nothing against Mike Joy but he is nowhere near as interesting as Jarvis.

    19 Nov 2005, 00:17

  4. I have stuff against Mike Joy…

    22 Nov 2005, 12:21


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