More thinking topics than version changes this week, which is interesting.
Much better than last week, but there wasn’t any hurricane-force winds this week – which helps.
Michael W. Lucas will be showing up tomorrow with physical copies of his books at the Grosse Pointe Library. (I’m assuming it will be both his fiction and non-fiction BSD books.) If you are near, I bet you can get a signed copy.
BSD author Michael W. Lucas is talking at the Troy Public Library (Michigan, not New York) tonight, about his nonfiction writing. Go, if you like his books and/or if you are thinking about technical writing for yourself. He has another appearance coming up on March 11th.
It’s Lazy Reading Science week!
Your unrelated link of the day: Assault Trombone. Even if this was lethal, I couldn’t take it seriously. (via)
Accidental theme this week: books.
There’s always a rush of links after a holiday, as people sit at home and catch up on what they’ve wanted to do.
Last anything for the year!
A much more well-rounded crop of BSD links this week.
Started out with a short list, but I managed to find some extra links by Friday.
This was an easy week to put together; there’s a lot of links this week. Last week was slow – maybe it was because of EuroBSDCon?
A relatively uneventful week, at least for BSD.
Happy birthday to my younger daughter.
This post fleshed out at the last minute, between road trips.
A week of travel didn’t get in the way of links! RSS feeds are still fantastic tools for those who know how to use them.
A nice wide range of topics, again!
This week filled up fast, despite me having an exam to take in the middle of it.
Your unrelated link of the week: HOW TO OPERATE YOUR FROG. (via)
I’ve finally used up my Lazy Reading links backlog!
Your sort-of off-topic link of the week: Michael W. Lucas’s fiction is, for a short time, part of a larger book bundle which is available for less than the price of buying it all individually. Buy now if you want a deal/lots of fiction to read.
The GNN in the title is George Neville-Neil, interviewed on BSDNow 136 about the TeachBSD project, plus the usual collection of recent BSD news. The show title comes from this station advert.