(Reposted from QuestionCopyright.org…) The award-winning (and freely licensed) film Sita Sings the Blues will have a week-long run in NewContinue reading
The Instant Answer Protocol.
Sometimes I have to trade information with people I’ve never met. I know who they are, in the sense thatContinue reading
Subversion to join the Apache Software Foundation
The Subversion project has applied to become part of the Apache Software Foundation — an application we all expect to suceedContinue reading
“Sita Sings the Blues” on front page of YouTube tonight.
If you’ve already seen Nina Paley’s excellent (and freely-distributed) feature film “Sita Sings the Blues”, then… tell someone else aboutContinue reading
RIP, Illinois “THE 1729” / Indiana “53T3364” / Illinios “5416870” / Illinois “D830176” / California “5TVJ323” / New York “EJM6485”
After fourteen years, my car has finally given up the ghost: I know it’s an inanimate object, but I stillContinue reading
Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s position on stolen bikes is clear.
The bike thief will probably never see it… but perhaps the thief isn’t the intended audience:Continue reading
Help QuestionCopyright.org Brainstorm a Grant Application!
We’re brainstorming a grant application over at QuestionCopyright.org — lend a hand if you can. Here’s the paragraph from the foundation’s pageContinue reading
Launchpad is now open source.
For those wondering what I’ve been so busy with the last couple of months: blog.launchpad.net/general/launchpad-is-now-open-source Everything I’d say here I’veContinue reading
Version control for MS Word (etc) documents?
I recently received this email (paraphrased), and didn’t have a good answer: I work in the federal government, writing documentsContinue reading
Does this dress make me ramble?
John Joseph Bachir and I did an interview about version control systems and open source development, way back in SeptemberContinue reading