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Barcamp 2012 Session: Where does “healthy maleness” end and “asshat brogrammer douchebaggery” begin?

Fri, 27 Apr 2012 15:55:05 +0000

When my friend @moniguzman tweeted this question yesterday, I thought, that’d be a great discussion to have at Barcamp Seattle 2012 this Saturday (2012-04-28)… Now I’m curious: Does Seattle also have a ‘brogrammer problem’? cc: @danshapiro @emilychen @emilypisright @jchenry motherjones.com/media/2012/04/…— Monica Guzman (@moniguzman) April 26, 2012 So – I’m proposing a session called: “Where does […]



Fostering Cross Tribal Community in Seattle (parts 1 & 2) – Mind Camp 5

Mon, 13 Apr 2009 00:16:27 +0000

Here’s video I produced of a great discussion my pal Brian Dorsey facilitated on “Fostering Cross Tribal Community in Seattle” at Mind Camp 5 on November 22, 2008. We were gathered at Synapse Product Development in downtown Seattle (an incredible location). I’ve embedded parts 1 & 2 below. Fostering Cross Tribal Community in Seattle (part […]



My Chumby Just Arrived

Tue, 08 Jan 2008 04:37:35 +0000

My Chumby just arrived — here it is (except mine is black) — and yes, this is a realtime reflection of what it is showing —



Way cool physics engine for the iPhone

Thu, 06 Dec 2007 18:55:00 +0000

A physics engine for the iPhone — just play the vid —



Forget the Flex Schlock and the Silverlight Boutiques

Tue, 02 Oct 2007 13:08:13 +0000

Saw something interesting at the Seattle Drupal User’s Group meeting last week. (Background — Drupal is one of the leading open source content management systems.) Of the 10-12 people there, three of the group’s mainstays had just returned from Drupalcon — the big Drupal developer’s conference in Barcelona. As they ran down the list of […]



Marching toward release of an open learning system…

Wed, 05 Sep 2007 14:07:11 +0000

I’ve been marching busily during recent months toward release of a 200+ lesson web based training system for the new phase of a clinical information system at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford. Hope to release details soon on the site so those of you in the elearning space can take a look. The architecture […]



Fake Steve Jobs is Dead, Long Live Fake Steve Jobs

Mon, 06 Aug 2007 14:48:36 +0000

My favorite anonymous blogger of all time has been unmasked. Yesterday the New York Times revealed that Fake Steve Jobs, author of the witty and sarcastically insightful Secret Diary of Steve Jobs, is actually Daniel Lyons, a senior editor at Forbes magazine. Scoble points to a cool insight from Scott Karp over at Publishing 2.0 […]



Creating Passionate Users: Face-to-Face Trumps Twitter, Blogs, Podcasts, Video…

Fri, 16 Mar 2007 22:30:52 +0000

God bless Kathy Sierra. Over the last few months I’ve found myself trying to explain the deepening (and real community) aspects of meatspace interactions that my wife Jen and I have been drawn into as a result of participating in online community. Usually we are trying to explain to business colleagues or friends or family […]



Great Primer on Open Source Folkways

Thu, 15 Mar 2007 14:38:01 +0000

A couple of weeks ago I noticed that two good friends of mine here in Seattle were cross posting on their blogs about Flash/Flex momentum and how a healthy open source governance structure might be helpful in pushing momentum even further. My natural question — have you guys met face to face? Wanna grab some […]



George Budabin passes, receives, and goes long

Thu, 21 Dec 2006 15:30:50 +0000

My friend Andru Edwards’ dad died this week. For those that don’t know, Andru is a primary instigator for Seattle Mind Camp — a gathering near and dear to me. In this post about George Budabin, Andru recounts how George and his wife adopted him when he was a NYC 16 year old — and […]