So I went to a NoSQLSummer meeting yesterday night. Upon entering the deathly empty MINC complex, I thought “startups never sleep?”, but I found most of Neo’s staff in a cosy war-room called “Innovation Lab”. No coffee, but soda bottles. Copies of the paper were spread around the large table. We met. We hung out. […]
I can not attend this awesome meetup on Saturday, May 22. You have to go. OK? dojo.beer(“Copenhagen”);
Forskningsavdelningen decided to have a RFID workshop on Thursday (today 27 August 2009), so please come today and bring your rfid tags and readers. As you may know, RFID is a technology used in transportation cards sucha as the new SkÃ¥netrafiken “Jojo”, Stockholm LÃ¤nstrafik’s “Access”, and the London Underground “Oystercard”, as well as Ã–resundsbron bridge […]
Update: Rebike. I was in on building it. Had a long walk over the harbor area of MalmÃ¶, explaining it to Tilmann. We saw: Mai tai, of which we know nothing. A ship bar/restaurant. a skatepark, with a rock band (5 guitars, 1 bass, 1 drummer), and a set of Rock Band players, and two […]
People from my favorite band Livingstone’s Kabinet will perform in Copenhagen, and this time, it’s theatre: Livingstone & Kareis do Book of Job. The Hu-Ha-Hu man’s choir will be in there. This will be so great.
Hackmeetup last night was a new attendance record. It also featured Mark saying “I’m finished with this project!”, again. A Bluetooth scanner project, which was using Rhino to wrap Java APIs, again. There were some new faces, and lots of electronics know-how in the house. I learnt a ton from Micke, who show-cased his company’s […]
Tonight: Hardware theme night for the Hackmeetup. Do you have a microcontroller project? Or are interested in one? We’ll meet at Hypergene’s offices (VÃ¤stergatan 23) at 19:00 hours, this Tuesday, August 5. See you there! I’ve brought my Arduino kit with me.
This past Tuesday, we ran another Hackmeetup. Same great location, same great time. Mark ran a talk about Typography on the Web for an audience of three. For the hardware experimentation session, Carl had left, so it was Mark, me, and David, and we all worked on the same project. Mark had brought a USB-connected […]
This is an undetailed log of goings-on and other inspiration at EuroPython 2008, which took place in Vilnius, Lithuania (the southernmost of the Baltic countries). Arriving in Vilnius, which has an airport the size of a thimble, we started into the city in a cab. Cab driver tried to upsell some prostitutes. We were more […]