Category: berkeley

Recent Shows...

berkeley
Michelle and I have been lucky enough to see a number of recent shows that have been very good. This past Wednesday, we got to see [GoGoGo Airheart] play BoTH. It was a great show with GoGoGo's uniquely Californian and slightly nerdy-disco sound keepi… more »

The purrrrrrrfect bird...

recipe, SIMS, berkeley, friends, food
[Judd](http://www.technotaste.com/blog/) has his notes up on [the perfect thanksgiving bird](http://www.technotaste.com/blog/thanksgiving-turkey-that-will-make-you-fall-over/). Damn, I'm ready to try this out... (I've brined my birds using the [Chez… more »

Alamed Co. voting systems demonstration...

elections, certification/testing, accessibility, vendors, news, privacy, SIMS, berkeley, policy, usability
Many of us voting-interested locals went down to the Alameda County Conference Center yesterday to see Diebold, ES&S, Sequoia and HartIntercivic demonstrated different types of VVPAT-enabled voting systems. [Ping](http://zesty.ca/) has a great post… more »

SIMS Wikipedia entry

SIMS, berkeley, education
After two great talks on [Wikipedia], I realized that SIMS doesn't have a Wikipedia page... so I started one here: Please add to it! [Wikipedia]: http://en.wikipedia.org/ more »

Mitch Kapor speaks at SIMS

open source, SIMS, berkeley, friends, policy, podcasts, education
Today, [Mitch Kapor] gave the last talk of the [SIMS][sims] [Distinguished Lecture Series] for the Fall 2005 semester (audio linked to below). His talk, "Thirteen Ways to Look at the Wikipedia", was a superb capstone to the series (as well as a great f… more »
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