Monthly Archives: March 2014

Spring Break in the Rockies Day One: Copper Mountain

Let Spring Break begin! Merri Beth, Zander, and I were at RDU airport on Friday, March 28 heading to Denver, Colorado. We had a direct flight on Southwest Airlines that left at 5:00 pm ET and arrived by 7:00 pm … Continue reading

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Visting Raleigh Brewing on their 1-Year Anniversary

I’d been meaning to do an interview with the good folks at Raleigh Brewing Company for a while, but I haven’t had the time to check out their taproom and explore their business. So instead, my family and I stumbled … Continue reading

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Apply Now for the TransparencyCamp Travel Scholarship

TransparencyCamp is an annual unconference by the Sunlight Foundation that brings together folks interested in government transparency. TCamp 2014 is happening on May 30-31st. To ensure that diverse voices and communities are represented, they will once again provide a travel scholarship open to participants … Continue reading

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Winter Surf on the Outer Banks

On the evening of Friday, March 7, 2014, I started preparing for a winter surf session on the Outer Banks. I gathered my wetsuit and various wetsuit parts, including booties, gloves, hood, and other layers. I packed all my gear … Continue reading

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Squirrel and deer hunting trip with Poppy

I went squirrel and deer hunting with my Poppy in January. We got two squirrel’s and no deer. We had a night and hale grunt call and rattle bag to call the deer.

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When to release your source code?

This time last year, I was in full editing mode for my book, The foundation for an open source city. I was also in the middle of my IndieGogo crowdfunding campaign to raise awareness for my project. But there was … Continue reading

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