Posts from June, 2009

So much for enabling freedom!


Well, my last post was a bust for any response. It was syndicated to Planet Mozilla, has had a few hundred views, and the only comment on it is my own (posting what a friend of mine on Facebook said). He said: “I don’t know if Tor is the end-all-be-all, but the basic point would […] Continue reading

Enabling freedom and openness with Mozilla?


Watching the twitterstorm around the current situation with the Iranian elections has been fairly thought provoking. The Iranian protesters are completely shut out of the official media in the form of newspapers, radio, and television in Iran. These are under the thumb of the state at the service of a man that may (or may […] Continue reading

Adam Savage on Failure at Maker Faire


I’m a huge Mythbusters fan (much to my wife’s tired acceptance). Co-host Adam Savage spoke at Maker Faire the other week. The topic of his discussion is failure and it is a pretty interesting speech by him (if you find him interesting at all). I’m sorry that I missed seeing him live but this is […] Continue reading