Going through some old scans from last year (bit of a back log). Here is one I took of Kevin Rose (digg.com founder) when I took him out for Chaunr after a regrettably too lately planned and informed tweetup that prevented the execution of some serious piss cutting out on the town. :-s
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Been a busy week for visiting tech celebs here in Beijing. First Kevin Rose and his tea tour group and now Andy Ihnatko.
Awesome night. Feeling a bit seedy now as I get ready for my 11am – however met a bunch of cool people that share this city with me and of course Kevin, Tim and Glen. Like most tech meet ups in China, Australians tend to me over represented – though I hope we were well behaved.
Yay! Go read www.beijinglug.org for more. Now if only IDG could put on a half decent Linux World instead of the token crap they excrete out like a constipated hippo.
I was making a surprise visit to our data centre today to see if the mice were at play while yours truly, the big cat was away. Out the front I saw all these boxes being unloaded by the truckload. I asked what they were all for and was told that this is for the […]
Well, the thing is, in China, you have to have a licence to have a website, called an ICP. It costs money if you are commercial, even more money if an e-commerce site, as well as a bank deposit with a certain amount of registered capital. For non commercial entities it is free and no […]
Well, we came, we championed, we explained, we lobbied and we taught. We laughed, we gathered, we swapped tales and we helped clear up some misconceptions. The sun was out, the sky was blue(ish – not bad by Beijing’s standards) and the students were happy and eager to learn what was going on and to […]