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De la Serie compartida: "ta, ra ra, ra ra, ra ra... Bailando por Bogotá" by " GatitaLunática ♥"
Inspirado mentalmente en: Jeux d’Enfants
"- What will you do when you grown up?
- Despot? All are enslaved by one?
- Yes. I own a palace, and many slaves. I torture them every Thursday, what about you?
- Yes...I...No, it's idiotic.
- Say it!
- Say it quickly!
- I want to make a flan,a flan with abricots. Or crude, a little hot, in a bread-room.
- flan like cakes?
- Sure! Do you think something else?
- Yes, a piece of flan.
After the keynotes on Friday - Left to right: Tim Bray, Sam Ramji, Jeremy Ruston, Benjamin Mako Hill and Dawn Nafus. For some reason, Sam got all the questions...
Sushis, tirada em modo PGM, com cores e contraste fortes.
Foto: Pedro Léo, local São Luiz no Crato/CE, em 23 de abril de 2008
Cool pendulum in the Oregon Convention Centre. Had a period of about 10 seconds.
Push pin map for delegates to say where they're from. Nice to see representation from Easter Island, Antartica, Bouvet Island...
Love of LOLCats + Seeing O'Reilly signs everywhere you look + occasionally saying the words "Oh, really?" = Hilarity
Robert Lefkowitz, aka "r0ml", gave a brilliant and entertaining talk about how open source delevelopers have raised coding to an art form (Praxis) while proprietary developers remain lower class (Techne).
This bank is right across the street from the convention center, and probably has a cheaper ATM. But do you see that building in the background? PAINTBALL!!!!
Justin Fitzhugh of Mozilla describes the blend of open source and proprietary software which drives their infrastructure
Left to right:
Karim Lakhani (moderator), Harvard Business School
Jon Wilbanks, Science Commons
Allison Randall, O'Reilly Radar
Bryan Kirschner, Microsoft
Siobhan O'Mahony, UC Davis
Zack Urlocker, MySQL
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Of having posse fame. Lighting was at the worst possible setting for photography...
Justin Fitzhugh presents Mozilla stats; context for the infrastructure talk being given at OSCon.