Met up with a number of Copenhagen bloggers at a sushi bar. Geek Dinner, in the tradition of Hugh McLeod, the New York blogger and cartoonist. Hugh has put up a wiki – [The Hugh Page](http://thehughpage.com/): > to give **bloggers** a place where they can **centrally collate** their **links** for whatever reason: Work, jobs, love, […]
Moustache, Greek Cave CafÃ© and Grill Originally uploaded by plindberg. Stuff you miss not living in Stockholm, Sweden.
Yesterday night, I was at the KafCafÃ©en venue, where Livingstones Kabinet opened their new show “We love you too”, a political raunchy trip with the band’s trademark Weimar Republic feeling. The dancers – a new addition to the troupe’s shows – were stunning. Some rude discontent in the audience waved arms and was vocal about […]
Political poster 2 Originally uploaded by Jeppe Norsker. Jeppe finds a beautiful piece of street art remixing a political poster for incompetent idiots. Maybe they are just a bit too competent. “That’s why this country’s going to the dogs”. Mutter, grumble.
Riders on their way to work in Copenhagen Originally uploaded by olleolleolle. To show that many others do it, I herewith present a photo of my fellow riders. I shall see them tomorrow. This propaganda will go on.
Tobias loves a road trip Originally uploaded by supercooldave. This picture made my day. Savour it.
Opening scene Originally uploaded by Tobias Wrigstad. This is a photo from Tobias’ Flickr stream of photos. It was taken during a freeform role-playing game at his place. Jaakko, ThorbiÃ¶rn, Emma, Joc, Maja and Fredrik Axelzon. A dream team of roleplayers. My envy is great, and I miss them much. At Flickr, I tagged the […]
Using text files is a killer thing. See Hobix—a Ruby-driven, text-file oriented blog system. Or 43folders.com—a lot of the stuff on its wiki is just file-fiddling stuff. No binary formats. Tip for geeks: If you install the GNU coreutils for Windows you can do things like: pear list|grep XML PEAR is a PHP programming library […]
olleolleolle Originally uploaded by Jeppe Norsker. After being a Flickr user for 1 minute, Jeppe decided to portray yours truly, and this is the first portrait (of many?) from our shared office. We still worship its clean white cube style, but we are ready to give this up when the furnishings arrive. Promises of sun-screening […]
In the area of learning more Ruby and teaching others about its greatness, I did some uncovering yesterday: Shortly: RDoc is amazing. The :include: _somefile_ statement is a powerful way of keeping your README and your code rather separate. If that is what you want, then you can put the long, descriptive story about your […]