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平成17年6月1日の日記
天気: 晴 行事: 赤来中

今日はたくさん仕事が出来た日です。2年選択英語授業を一人で教えました。なぜなら、三島先生は広島で結婚式を準備していたものです。簡単な会話が出来ました。皆さんは良かったです。残り時間、歌詞ワークシーツをインターネットでプログラムし続きました。もう少し出来ました。その時間でデータエントリーだけしなければなりません。

Journal for 2005-6-1 Wed..
Weather: Sunny Plan: Akagi JHS

I got a lot done today. I taught the 8th grade elective English class by myself today because Ms. Mishima was in Hiroshima prepping for her wedding. We had a small conversation. The students did great. The rest of the time I spent programming my Lyrics Worksheet on the Internet. I'm almost finished with it. After that all I have to do is data entry.

Today's Kanji
(今日の漢字)
Meaning (意味): near, recent

Chinese Reading (音読み):
Reading Romaji
キンkin
Japanese Reading (訓読み):
Reading Romaji
ちかchikai
Vocabulary (単語):
Word Reading Romaji Translation
近いちかいchikaiclose
近代きんだいkindaipresent day
近年きんねんkin'nenrecent years
近眼きんがんkingannearsightedness
近郊きんこうkinkousuburbs
近所きんじょkinjoneighborhood
最近さいきんsaikinrecently
付近ふきんfukinvicinity


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  • Javascript passwords aren't very secure.
  • I have discovered this, but do you know a way to have .htaccess password protection work with an XMLHTTPRequest call? That is what I am trying to do now.

    It's either that or create a hash and check it against a local protected file (loaded in javascript).

    What do you think?
    • I didn't know Mishima-san was getting married. When is the wedding?
      • She is getting married next month in Hiroshima city. I saw a picture of her in her dress, it is pretty cool. Actually she is already technically married since her in-laws didn't want her to live in their house if she wasn't married yet (everyone would talk, etc.), but the wedding ceremony is next month. Her maiden name is Gannou.
  • So, I updated the password protection. The javascript prompts you for a password and then a script hashs the password with an MD5 algorithm and sends it to the server-side backend that checks it with a non-private file that contains the hash. If the hashes match you are granted access.

    What do you think, bigmog?
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