The Grass is Greener on the Open Side Now, I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “Oh my, here we go again. Another open source advocate banging on about freedom”. Well, yeah, I have to admit to at least a little bit of truth in that. Open source advocates do like to talk about morals, …
Monthly Archive: April 2011
Tonight, I gave a talk about Open Source for the Canberra Society of Editors (who invite the ACT branch of the Society of Technical Communicators, of which I am a member). There was a reasonable crowd, who all seemed interested and who asked lots of questions. It is always satisfying to give a talk and …
Some time ago, I gave a web seminar for the Society of Technical Communicators (STC) in the US, which was an interesting experience. Considering it occurred at 4am local time, I’m not entirely certain I was at my best, but luckily I’ve been given the opportunity to repeat the talk at a more reasonable time. …
(Except the snow and the rain) It looks as though I’ll be winging my way back to the United States again shortly. I’ve been asked to speak at the Open Help Conference in Cincinnati (and one day soon I’ll learn how to spell it!), Ohio on 3-5 June. If you’re half as dedicated as I …
Where the hell did all these posts come from? Well, the content has come from several of my homes around the net: http://lanabrindley.blogspot.com http://lanabrindley-fiction.blogspot.com http://slowfoodadventures.net I am going to go ahead and delete the fiction site, since everything that was there is now here (although I do still dearly love the design of that site!). …
Well, hello there! I finally went out and bought my own domain, so over time I’ll be gradually shifting everything I have scattered all around the intertubes over to this one convenient (and searchable!) location. For those die-hard slow food adventurers, you might even get lucky with a recipe a two Stay tuned.