Archive for August, 2004
I’m now considering a move to Santa Fe in october, via San Francisco’s edition of the now classic love parade from Berlin. I do hope the city knows and expects that every streetlight and climbable object should be packed to the gills as far as the eye can see!
Back to the point – Santa Fe, the Institute, intrigues me in particular. Working almost exclusively on complex and self-organizing systems, I would enjoy greatly participating on a few of the research projects currently underway.
The town also seems an odd place to spend a beautiful winter, at least, and find myself outside a metro for some months. This is still a long shot at this point, but I’m hoping that it works out.
I’ll be watching the google IPO with a curious eye over the next few days. Could this be the beginning of the end for google? I doubt it ;).
I’m am now without broadband, or any internet access at home for that matter, for the first time in .. well, since my first email on Delphi through Tymnet back in the day. A friend of mine claims that I am now so ‘earthy’ compared to days of old. Never fear, I spent a solid evening debugging the radioX mess this week — and my geekdom is alive and well, if lurking below the surface.