You guys. You can now run Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Amazon’s GovCloud. I’ll be honest: this took a while. I had …
I just had four teeth pulled out of my head. For my recovery, I was looking forward to my legally purchased copy …
Any claimed loss as a result of: Earthquake; Invasion, war or civil war, insurrection, rebellion, revolution, military or Usurped; power or by …
Courtesy of Goodreads, here’s every book I’ve marked “to-read” and haven’t gotten to for one reason or another.
I get all flustered about Radical Honesty.
DOD pays a company to digitize its assets, and people come to the wrong conclusion.
Dan Risacher of the DOD CIO’s office applies Hellekson’s Law to the DOD Open Source policy, and I am flattered.
“We’re not trying to be jerks at all. If you walked in here with a video camera we’d ask you to stop. If you’re speaking too loudly on a cellphone we’d ask you to leave. That should be obvious. With Glass, there should be etiquette around its use, and we feel that in a setting like a cafÃ© or bar they should just be taken off and not used.”
The Evangelii Gadium seem particularly relevant this Thanksgiving.
There were a bunch of announcements at the Red Hat Government Symposium this week, and I wanted to make sure we had them all in once place.
Thunderbird font preferences only honor ISO-8859-1 encodings, and I lose my mind.
The City of Austin asks me to apply for a permit, and I turn into a cranky UX expert.
I want to type ghurl, and have TextExpander grab the URL in my clipboard, and replace it with my link-shortening service, running …
Mr. Money Moustache is a kind of hipster Suze Orman. He’s also a censorious, unforgiving scold.
Using TextExpander and nvALT to keep text snippets current without copy-paste hell.
A brief review of exit strategies and shared services. With Wallace Shawn.
A Navy team of computer hacking experts found some deficiencies when assigned to try to penetrate the network of the USS Freedom, …
If you want something done, don’t tell me it’s important to you. Show me. I will spend hours and hours answering your programming questions on the mailing list, or looking over your code, but I’m not going to spend 20 minutes on a feature or plugin if I don’t need it.
If I ever had any questions about how the government can use or demand software with open source licenses, the answer is …
Using DNA to punish the lazy.