- Allen! Allen! Allen! Steve!
- Trajectory of a good story: layup > situation > means > flaws > triumph!
- Come and get it! My (unofficial) OfficeXpats Events Calendar is up on Google
- Learn the countries of the world in song with ANIMANIACS
- Kegerator hack: 4 tap kegerator w/ kegs and gas – $400 (Maple Leaf, Seattle, WA)
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- Linked in ex user on Preventing LinkedIn spam – how it works and tips for the spammer *and* the spammee!
- 9 tech documentaries to geek out to in the next few months | memeburn on If you’re not paying for it, you’re not the customer; you are the product being sold.
- Rachel on Did you know? Technically, LinkedIn invites are personal email from your contacts, not LinkedIn spam
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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Woohoo! First post by guest author on @slashopen – and she gets it too! http://t.co/Uw3gttjL #opendata # I need help designing @SlashOpen site, logo & badge – anybody interested? Check out http://t.co/bz485NMB to see progress so far. #
Crushed to miss today's @globalgiving workshop in Seattle on behalf of @kabissa – was really looking forward to meeting Alexis & Britt! # Naija here I come! I'll be speaking at @enigeria2011 in October – a conference organized by the … Continue reading
Open Data is data that can be freely used, reused and redistributed by anyone. I’m pleased to finally have been able to put in a few hours to build the SlashOpen.net site to encourage Open Data websites to add a … Continue reading
Since moving back to Bainbridge from Berlin, I have been on the lookout for a new handy. In Berlin, I had a Motorola Milestone (aka Droid in the US) and Vodafone Callya prepaid without a contract that docked me a mere 15 … Continue reading