April 19th, 2004



I got up early and wandered into St. Marys to mail my University Assignment.

I purchased a stapler which has reduced available funds for food. (Stapler required to staple assignment pages together).

I have decided that tomorrow I read the chapter on "Variable Costing Systems" and the day after I'll read the chapter of "Activity Based Costing". This will leave three chapters left to read, two Bulletin Board contributions to make, 4 problems and 1 case that make up Assignment 2 and an examination on June 22nd at 1.45pm being held at the Australian Technology Park close to Redfern station here in Sydney.

The sun was shining today. It's pleasant when the sun shines.
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I've had this program (it's free) for some time, but have only played with it. Useful for poets.

Rhyme is, if you couldn't guess by the name, a rhyming program - or better yet, a rhyming dictionary program. Type in any word (it knows more than 100,000!), tell it how many syllables to match (or phonemes), and click 'Rhyme'; it's that simple. Words appear in the dialog below, and simply use the one that works for whatever you're doing. It can rhyme words forward, backwards, and with matching syllable counts.