Dear Julio, Many thanks for considering me for this opportunity. I feel as though my skills are a good match for the position, and would like you to consider my application. I feel as though this is the start of Continue reading I am such a child
Found myself telling this story yet again, so I figured I should just post it here and start linking to it, rather than remembering, retyping and re-embellishing it every time. Ever since we started at Resolver, developers have been free Continue reading The Great Resolver IDE Anecdote
I left this as a comment somewhere else, in response to someone complaining about how: “…musicians are asked to just get over the fact that no one pays for music… [it is] my hope that someday more people make the Continue reading Musicians : wake up!
An open letter I have sent to the ACM. I have recently been considering joining the ACM, as the most eminent international professional body of software engineers. On reflection I have decided not to join, because of two actions by Continue reading The ACM is pissing in the well
So earlier tonight I turned up at the monthly ‘surgery’ of my MP, Frank Dobson (Labour), to present my objections to the Digital Economy Bill. For the benefit of others also going to tackle Mr Dobson on this issue, (and Continue reading Result of MP visit – I suck
This is pretty much a riff on what I posted yesterday, only this is my draft for how I intend to present it to my MP tomorrow. I have no idea how much time I’ll have, nor how receptive he’ll Continue reading My objections to the Digital Economy Bill
So my splendid talented intelligent handsome friend Robert (who is also my boss, of sorts) today shared this smashing post: My $62.47 Royalty Statement: How Major Labels Cook the Books with Digital Downloads About one aspect of how artists get Continue reading [SOLVED]UK Digital Economy Bill