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wirebird (8007)

wirebird
  karen.cravensNO@SPAMgmail.com
http://www.wirebird.com/

Author of Wirebird (also known by its current version, Gamehawk), which is intended to provide separate interfaces to the same community via mailing list and webforum (among others), chiefly because culture clash is fun to watch. Someday I should submit something to CPAN.

Journal of wirebird (8007)

Monday May 12, 2008
10:04 PM

So much for YAPC.

[ #36400 ]

I was waffling, what with the price of gas, and with the husband not going (especially if the husband's employer paid like last year, which makes my total expenses pretty much, um, lemme add it up: the conference registration fee)... and then the TiBook's keyboard decided numbers were unnecessary. (And actually, they almost are. But the symbols above the numbers... I can't get by without those.)

Add that to its intrasigence when it comes to connecting to networks, and... bah. That was the tipping point.

Le sigh. I kinda liked the Moose track.

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  • You don't need a laptop in order to go to a conference. In fact, you might learn more ;-)
  • Chicago! Sausages! Wind! Perl! Møøse!

    It calls to you!
    --
    rjbs
    • Chicago... not as much fun as hauling the family along (at almost-eight, the kiddo would have *so* much fun at MOSI), but that's impractical.

      Sausages? You mean hot dogs? We're close enough to actually have Chicago dogs here and there.

      Wind... dude, this is Kansas. *Our* wind is non-metaphorical.

      Perl... well, yeah, that's a given.

      Møøse... yeah, Møøse does call to me. Is it me, or was there Møøse year-before-last (when I didn't come), no Møøse last year (when I did), an