Monthly Archives: September 2006
Barbara Kuendig, dear friend for years, took her conglomerate of courses and personal education and training modules online. Her shop lists a sheer endless portfolio of potential competences the student might lack (I at least lack – I should take every one of these courses).
After an intensive week of work on our theory of innovative renewal, Stefan Meisiek flew back to Lisbon this morning. We celebrated – what exactly? er, progress! – over a nice dinner last night. The deadline for handing in our piece is October 1, so one week left to go with little sleep.
Stefan M. pondering on the pitiable fate of living in Lisbon or Zurich
Great article by Oliver Diedrich via heise on new ways to earn money with Open Source software.
Now that we probably have to change the title of the paper, here a tribute to the idea: spell whatever with flickr
Officially proposing domaine de GuilÃ© for one of the upcoming SMI retreats.
No joke. First floor, second window from the right. Temporarily running Fondation GuilÃ©, she resides on castle grounds. The chÃ¢teau is located in the canton of Jura, in sight of the border to France. I took the chance to inspect the venue for future retreats. Pure business. In fact, I need to remember that retreats off site increase productivity – I got a lot done here, they have offices, wireless internet access and all other amenities.