Week 2012-03-18 in review

  • Using Twitter while participating to a protest is a double-edged sword http://t.co/BtUsMJ8P #
  • 14 Ways to Contribute to Open Source without Being a Programming Genius or a Rock Star http://t.co/Udivk06W #
  • Solar panel made with ion cannon is cheap enough to challenge fossil fuels http://t.co/lFv4ChiZ #
  • Foosball with italian rules is fast 😉 http://t.co/RHxD4awI #
  • Rackspace Open Sources Whiskey, A Test Framework http://t.co/NkWBCstO #
  • I just submitted a proposal for the OpenStack Design Summit ecosystem track http://t.co/EENYmnne #
  • I wonder what @nmar thinks of this: NPR now acknowledges when one side of the story has the majority of evidence http://t.co/WO79uPpx #
  • I wonder what @nmar thinks of this: NPR now acknowledges when one side of the story has the majority of evidence http://t.co/rBxLVf80 #
  • ThisAmericanLife retired the Dasey/Apple story. 'Fabrications' they say. More news to come (and website seems down now) http://t.co/8QwOyWCT #
  • Seriously @Echosign I cannot change the name of a widget? Do I have to start over even for the most ridiculously simple edits? #
  • Mike Dasey made many mistakes dealing with the TAL story. The meaty parts still hold: China labor conditions are harsh by US standards #
  • Some things of San Francisco are just … beyond #creators http://t.co/c8LdL1dE #
  • A nice pause from #creators with my hometown wine Donnadele by Alberto Longo http://t.co/LcQZKUXl #