The nice thing about having a “blog” besides the occasional ridicule that blogging is so 90’s…or was it 2000s….is no one in my family reads it. Heh. We are an internet phobic group with Dad possibly being the more active user besides me. Anyway – It’s Fathers Day. I’m not a father through a twist […]
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It’s on. Website: https://wiki.osgeo.org/wiki/20180813-knoxville-foss4g Date: August 13th 2018 Location: Plant Biotech Building UT Ag Campus 2505 EJ Chapman Dr Knoxville, TN 37996 I guess it might be safe to call this the Second Annual FOSS4G meeting in TN. We’re headed back to Knoxville on August 13th 2018 for another day of Free and Open Source […]
So I’ll talk about this finally. I usually don’t talk about “work” unless it’s in generalities about software and processes. I probably should talk about work more. I’ve never been in a hurricane. I think so far I’ve been in about a handful of earthquakes, stood on one volcano, and I think I’ve seen one […]
Some posts are way harder to write than others. That’s how I know I’m thinking too much on the subject matter. Thinking too much has given me writers block up to a degree for the last few weeks. I redid this one three times. I started getting Linkedin Messages last week that were “Congrats on […]