Notes from SeaGL 2019

I’m at the Seattle GNU/Linux conference SeaGL again this year, mostly to present on Project Springtime tomorrow. (I proposed 4 talks, and that’s the one they accepted. Well, I take what I can get!) But there are interesting talks, and here are some notes. Mozilla has a Open Leadership Framework. Interesting, and worthwhile. There’s also…

Backyard hydroponics update

My backyard hydroponics system is producing, better than expected! I’m very happy about that. Here are some pictures: So far we’ve harvested and eaten: lots of lettuce, including some delicious kinds you won’t get in the grocery storeMonte Carlo SalanovaRouxaia few radishessome dill, for tzatzikisome basil, for pasta saucessome cilantro, for guacamole Growing nicely are:…

Will Silicon Valley miss the privacy avalanche?

How central Silicon Valley is for new technology jumps out at you the most when you bump into tech entrepreneurs freshly arrived here from other parts of the globe. So excited they are, that they finally left behind the tech-know-nothings in their home towns and will now raise money and change the world, like all…