Monthly Archives: November 2011

El Hotel Inepto

A boomerang business trip brought me to San Jose California last week to talk to a very cool company about some very interesting projects.  I was in town overnight, so they put me up at the Hotel Sierra.  Very swanky, … Continue reading

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My Smiling Face

I was interviewed for a Wired Magazine blog entry recently, which is way-cool. It’s not every day that I make it into the news. They wanted a picture, so I gave them two and they decided to use the head-shot. … Continue reading

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On the Brink of the Networked Society?

I came across this video via LinkedIn and TechChrunch.  It was produced by Ericsson, a company that is celebrating its 135th birthday today.

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The Top 1 of the Top 100

Time Magazine editors have selected a list of “the most extraordinary English-language popular recordings” since the magazine started publishing. In my opinion, it’s a hit-and-miss list, but it is worth scrolling through for the entertainment value of seeing what made … Continue reading

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…Now Carefully Put the Genie Back Into the Bottle

Developers at Microsoft have submitted patches to Samba. ‘Nough said.

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My life is not a democracy, it’s a dictatorship: I make the rules, and Teegan breaks them.

So far, I think that the two hardest parts of applying to be an exchange student are the “letter to prospective host family,” and explaining my choice to my friends. I’m now writing my second of these letters, as I … Continue reading

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