So tired today. Feeling like a big ball of fail.
Come to our Volunteer Orientation Meeting →
Interested in helping out with Open Source Bridge—and maybe getting to attend for free? You’re in luck. Next week, we’re hosting a Volunteer Orientation where you’ll be able to learn about…
Shared by Audrey Interesting for the conference planning and web-site-traffic handling discussion. Also: sock knitters are as obsessed about getting their tickets as Ignite Portland attendees. …
Really wishing I could ditch this headache.
Wondering if I should paint my nails before @selenamarie and I appear on @strangelovelive tonight.
BTW, @pgesch rocks for being on top of things when everything is getting hectic. #seriously
Having weird SMS interactions between my iPhone and Lucas’ g1. The g1 is suddenly sending regular text as MMS. But only sometimes.
Jun 3, 2009: Open Source Bridge: Volunteer... →
We’re hosting a Volunteer Orientation where you’ll be able to learn about the available volunteer positions and sign-up for shifts. If you’re interesting in helping, please attend. About Open…
Recursion Is Easy To Understand →
I got tired of all these blog posts explaining simple concepts in unnecessary detail, so I wrote up the simplest possible explanation of recursion. Want to know what recursion is? Click here.
OSBridge: The Conference for Open Source Citizens... →
Some of the talks I’m looking forward to the most are: Bootstrapping Your Open Source Business Drupal, What is it Good For? Project Management Should be Boring! Using virtualization and…
Book a Room Now, Get the Early Bird Rate →
We hope you’re getting excited for the conference. With less than a month to go, we’re in the middle of our final preparations, and it’s shaping up to be awesome. It’s very rewarding to see the…
Having crepes with blueberry compote and sour cream for the 2nd lunch in a row. Yum. I need to cook more lunches like this.
Despite being way too wet, it’s delicious. I just wish I could get the custard to set.
Every quiche I make comes out too wet. What’s the deal? How do I fix this?
Having a mojito while tonight’s quiche (chard, chives, and smoked mozzarella) bakes.
RT @selenamarie: Book a room for @osbridge now, get the early bird rate, do your victory dance http://bit.ly/3neHaW
Aha, oven temperture problem. I put it back in at 375 and now it sets.
Introducing Lucas to the Buffy musical episode.
Headachy from clenching my jaw in my sleep. Dreamt about miscommunication, not paying attention.
OSU Open Source Lab gets a big ol’ chunk of... →
I’m a huge fan of the OSU Open Source Lab down in Corvallis. Not only do they provide an incredibly important resource for the open source community, but their folks are always nice enough to…
CrisisCamp - sign up & sponsor →
In the last few years the increased access to streaming data, user-generated content and mobile media capturing devices has opened up new capabilities in responding to emerging, dynamic…
So happy I don’t have to go anywhere today. Just staying home and getting work done.
Trying to figure out why IE is being dumb this time.
Trim is my favorite Photoshop feature today. So handy.
At code n splode. - at CubeSpace http://shz.me/69U
Giggling at @igalko’s description of my side projects as some kind of cult activity. But it’s a friendly one!
Hoping this is the last funeral I go to for a while.
Wishing I had lemon pie. Though I do have smoked mozzarella/sausage/chives pizza about to go in the oven. And cranberry vodka.
Trying to make sense of my inbox.
gist: 117822 - GitHub →
Shared by Audrey By Igal. I’m flattered… I think? Earlier this weekend, I realized that I may have become part of a dangerous cult after having the following conversation at the foodcarts: >…
Webtrends is Hosting a Lunch 2.0 for Us →
Webtrends, one of our beloved sponsors and a locally-based Portland company, is generously hosting a Lunch 2.0 for us on Thursday, June 4. If you attend Lunch 2.0 in Portland, you may recall…
Jun 4, 2009: Webtrends and Open Source Bridge... →
The Lunch 2.0s are fast and furious now that Summer is here. Not intentionally, but happily, at least if you like to hang out around town in the sunshine. If you attend PDX Lunch 2.0, you’ve…
This is really frustrating.
Bah, I think the naan and tortilla recipes I was using were one of the casualties of the magnolia disaster.
Thinking about heading to green dragon then @whiffies with @pgesch.
Mayor Adams Meets with Local Tech Community... →
On Sunday, May 18, Mayor Adams met with leaders from Portland’s tech community as part of the Mayor?s plan to meet with 100 Businesses in 100 days.
Wondering how I managed to forget to buy tea yesterday despite stopping at two different grocery stores.
Watching fireworks from a bus on the bridge.
Getting breakfast and veggies at the farmers market.
Tearing apart and redoing bad html is pretty satisfying.
This week there’s a dog on a choke collar tied to a tree outside the market. WTF? And who do I report it to?
Off the Charts: U.S. Jobless Rate Likely to Pass... →
The conventional wisdom that the flexibility to hire and fire in the United States creates more jobs is being badly shaken.
CubeSpace Needs Your Help →
(This post has been updated - scroll to the bottom to see…) CubeSpace owner Eva dropped a bomb on the PDX tech community this afternoon with this post, An open letter to our community. …
El Masry →
After last month’s trip to Vancouver BC, I was complaining about the paucity of kebab places in Portland. The new Egyptian food cart on SW 3rd & Washington, El Masry, isn’t just a kebab…
An open letter to our community, | →
Shared by Audrey This really sucks. They’ve done so much to support the local tech community and help our projects succeed. David and I are committed to transparency. It is one of our key values…
Tech entrepreneurs rally to save their hangout -... →
Like many small businesses people struggling through the recession, Eva Schweber found herself in over her head. Schweber and her husband, David Kominsky, own CubeSpace — a co-working venue on…
Had to clean the Roomba a second time in one run. The cats must be shedding like crazy.
Wishing it was Friday. I’m ready for weekend side-project time.
Enjoying @reidab’s description last night of “WhereCamp planning season” as the time of year we can sit outside on patios & drink beer. :)
If you’d like to help plan this year’s WhereCamp PDX, this is a good time to join the mailing list: http://twurl.cc/zs8