Monthly Archives: March 2013

When citizens get angry

Something is wrong when you begin to lose trust in your government. While we all may not agree with everything that happens at various levels of the bodies we vote to represent and govern us, when the bond of trust … Continue reading

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Today, we celebrate Dot

Spoiler alert, you may need a tissue or two for this post. Just sayin. Life is short folks, and we take so many little things for granted everyday. When I come home from work, I have four, happy, energetic Border … Continue reading

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We built this city on open source

In February 2013, I launched an IndieGogo crowdfunding campaign called Open source all the cities to generate awareness for my book and to help raise money to get the first 500 copies printed. I was overwhelmed by the amount of … Continue reading

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That email vacation I was taking

The good news is, that I’ve stuck with the email vacation thing I blogged about a few weeks ago. I found a few techniques that have helped me manage this and make it work for me. Let’s take a look … Continue reading

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Open source city campaign update

With 22 days left to go in the “Open source all the cities” campaign, we’re 94% of the way there with 73 funders. I’m very excited and thankful for all the support. I think we can get to 100 funders … Continue reading

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