Monthly Archives: May 2007

This is for you, Bettina

(and any other copyright hawks still reading)

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I Know What I Want to Be When I Grow Up

I Just finished reading Eric S. Raymond’s The Cathedral and the Bazaar. If you’re unfamiliar with this work, it’s not (despite the title) anything about theology. It’s actually the seminal text on the history and rationale behind the open source … Continue reading

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Farmers Branch Sucks.

Well, not all of them. Just 68%.

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Living inside the Box

Here’s the not-so-interesting but obligatory update on our living status. We put our house on the market, and it sold in about three days. Not for as much as we’d hoped, but is it ever? At least we got it … Continue reading

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Del Camacho

For the past two years, Del Camacho was our church’s custodian. I’m convinced that if ever Jesus has passed quietly through my life and spoken with me, it was through Del. More often than I’d like, I find myself working … Continue reading

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