Monthly Archives: June 2013

OBX Sandbars and Board Shorts Day One: Stormy Shrimp

We arrived on the Outer Banks on Friday, June 28, after a three hour drive from Raleigh. We unpacked the Jeep, settled in, and watched a nasty round of evening storms pass through. On Saturday morning, we were eager to … Continue reading

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In the News, Sporting my Red Hat

“Raleigh is a great place to call home” said Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat. Whitehurst led off as dignitaries from all levels of North Carolina government spoke at the ribbon cutting ceremony held at Red Hat Tower on Monday, … Continue reading

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3 Years of Solar Power (PV) Generation

On July 2, 2010, the photo voltaic system installed on our roof by Southern Energy Management that included 18 solar panels was turned on. We finally started generating renewable energy. I looked at the project as a long-term investment, not … Continue reading

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Now available on Lulu and Amazon: The foundation for an open source city

It’s time for another update from my recently self-published book, The foundation for an open source city. First, an excerpt from Chapter one, a section called “The five elements of an open source city” which is the essence of the … Continue reading

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