Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Price of Anonymity: Our Principles?

I’m blessed with many friends in the Bay Area and incredibly grateful to count Caryl Shaw among them. It was pretty horrifying, then, to see the Digg “commentary” on an article which she wrote for PC Gamer. Luckily, much of the worst of the lot are being modded down as time goes on, but seriously, […]

Updates from Portland

I’ve been in Portland since Saturday, first attending FLOSS Foundations meeting which was very productive, and now attending meetings and tutorials and such. I’ve been a bit disconnected from the rest of the world due to The Conference Effect, but Nikolai from Uxebu gave me a heads-up that today they’ve announced a new Dojo + […]

OSCON ’08

I’m leaving tomorrow for my yearly trek to Portland for OSCON. If you’re going, don’t hesitate to drop me a line if you want to catch up or RSVP for the Dojo meetup/dinner on Wed evening. Speaking as a member of the OSCON program committee, I’m very happy about the quality of the talks in […]

Only 2 More Days!

Go! Go right now to and watch Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog (if you aren’t already compulsively refreshing the page in the hopes that they post episode 3 a tad bit early). Joss Whedon does it again.