Scratching at Fidoâ€™s door 29 days into my love affair with an unlocked Treo and I have discovered why itâ€™s nice not to be married to any one cell phone carrier.
Evolution and Intuition I think there are three major reasons why a lot of people have trouble accepting biological evolution:
KK opening @ Wicked Cafe Here’s a few photos from my friend Neil of last Friday’s show. Thx for coming and shooting Neil.
Ty West Performs on the Scot Free We were treated on Monday August 22, 2005 to a awesome hippy-boy set by Ty West on the Scot Free moored somewhere near Yaletown
Drupal for Education Crushes WebCT This may be the most significant endorsement of Drupal I’ve ever seen. Charlie Lowe just asked his Technical writing class to give an end of course evaluation comparing Drupal and WebCT.
I have a lil photography show taking place for the next month at Wicked Cafe here in Vancouver. Brad from Wicked is gonna keep the place open a lil late on Friday so we can have an ‘opening’. Hope you can come out. Also posted to Static Photography and VanDigiCam. UPDATED: HERE’S a Google Map Read More …
Wow, my cousin Taylor… a 2nd LT in the US Army… has started a blog. He’s leaving for Iraq in October and is going to use it to report in and stay in touch with friends and the family.
Want to start a company? We found 11 venture capitalists sitting on business ideas they’re dying to bankroll. All you have to do is send them exactly the right business plan.
Flock rocks (or Chris Messina is a demo god)! From Roland “At OSCON 2005, I was lucky enough to get a demo of Flock, the new “social web browser” based on Firefox, from Chris Messina, Flock CSS and design guru, at their launch party. I was blown away!”
Rebel This lone man on the streets somewhere in America is a rebel. Rebelling against authority and the structure of society.
Event blogging with Drupal From Alex Samuel “This is Information Society Week in Capetown, and one of the events taking place is the first telecentre.org workshop to use the new Drupal-based event platform that Iâ€™ve helped develop.”
Bootyliscious West Coast Style Sam runs around SF talking fasion and taking sniper photos of some of the city’s worst dressed women.
Canon 5d There are a couple rumors floating around this morning about a new Canon dSLR, the 5D.
Booty Call…Should I Answer? Seriously…should I? Should I give in to the tempation that everytime I pass a mirror I have to turn my head ever so slightly to make sure the same booty that poured in to the Serfontaine jean in the morning was still able to pass the “other woman test.”
The other day I blogged about the Canon 5d buzz I had been seeing on the web. Today Dave sent me a link confirming the rumor. Here’s the specs for the Canon 5d (in espanol). Anyone wanna buy my Canon 20d? I’m keeping my lenses though.
Jason just finished and released his new book “Just Another Soldier: A Year on the Ground in Iraq“. His stories are awesome. You should buy a copy. Here’s a couple great excerpts I blogged while he was in Iraq still. The Tao of Soldiering Just Another Soldier Three Days of Combat – Day Two – Read More …
10 Hours In The Life Of Andy Mad Rampage Through Vancouver
I’ve been telling my friends, family and various other photogeeks I hang with that Canon will be putting out a full-frame sensor upgrade to the Canon 20d in time for Christmas. The 1d is just too expensive, but all us prosumers are drooling over the idea of a full-frame sensor. I also guessed that it Read More …
Choosing a Platform For The Telecentre.org Distributed Network This document outlines the process we followed for choosing a telecentre.org web platform; the platform we ultimately selected was Drupal.
Choosing Drupal With a fast-growing user base in the non-profit sector, Drupalâ€™s strong online community focus made it an appealing prospect. Nonetheless we were concerned about documentation and interface issues and its wiki support.