Today I joined the OSM Foundation. I think I must be on an organisation-joining spree, what with paying my dues to WMUK last month. It’s just a matter of showing support though, and wanting to give a tiny bit to the groovy people who enable my various geeky hobbies. It really matters, I think, that […]
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Today I joined Wikimedia Australia.
I am trying to get my head around all of the various places that Fremantle features (regularly, topically) on the Web. I want to figure out where the Fremantle Society’s website fits in, and what it might be used for (what might be missing from elsewhere). So I started from the outside, yesterday, and moved […]
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A big audience this evening for Richard Stallman at the Hyatt in Perth: a sharp divide between the suits and the t-shirts. RMS does not seem to quite gel with the ACS! In fact, David Clarke, in introducing him, said that he had no idea that the talk would be of interest to so many […]
The documenting of how we live, where we live, what we do — that’s what I’m interested in. And it’s a waste of time, really, in that it doesn’t contribute to any of those things (oh, of course that’s simplifying it too much; oh well). It’s also necessary to live, to be of the world, […]