When you’re hot, you’re hot
I made a reference to this in the Lindependence 2008 Felton Diary blog today, and for those who know me, you know how I hate to be redundant.
However, it bears repeating: This Miami boy, who still pronounces the city’s name properly as My-am-muh and who picked up and left for more temperate climates in Northern California in the late ’80s, doesn’t handle the heat as well as he used to. Having said this, last week’s heat wave knocked me out.
So while the mercury is starting to ramp up yet again, I need to get going to make up for lost time.
If you’re going to stick around the ethereal realm of the Internet, a good read would be Helios’ open letter to Microsoft shareholders. It’s a good one — one I wish I had written.
61 degrees and rising under clear skies (and a heck of a moon last night, no?)
(Larry Cafiero runs HeliOS Solutions West in Felton, California, and is an associate member of the Free Software Foundation.)