One important element of a successful tech gathering is food. If you don’t feed the troops then your army isn’t marching. We’ve been very lucky this week with breakfast, lunch and dinner. We’ve been completely spoiled by David, the cook at the Ranch (and Diane too!)
I didn’t have a second helping today, there was a gorgeous cheese cake for dessert. Too tempting!
Can you imagine staying inside a sealed building for two years without physical contact with the outside world? That’s what happened at Biosphere 2 in 1991. It makes an interesting story and the Wikipedia page has a lot more on that mission and a second one that followed.
We visited there today, here are a few photos!
wants us to go live in Biosphere 2, away from
the Nintendo Wii
distractions to help get WordPress 2.5 out on time.
I asked for a room with a view and they gave me this. WiFi reception is spotty but the view is stunning!
Most of the Automattic team are in the wilds of Arizona this week. Looking out the window I see an environment as alien to the green Irish landscape I’m familiar with as I’ll probably ever see. Cactus grows everywhere, dark green bushes cover the hills and the dirt on the ground is bone dry. The sun beats down out of a clear blue sky. It’s warm outside, but so cold in the shade. It’s still winter after all, even if it doesn’t feel like it to me.
It’s WordPress this, WordPress that. Despite the broadband going down yesterday there’s plenty going on here. Stay tuned for new developments!
PS. Act Two, Automattic Fundraising. Great news for Automattic and WordPress!