to cut out early from work and go up to the Electronic Arts thing at the Biennale de Montreal 2000. I got an email from the nice people at Rhizome yesterday announcing that they were around at 2 this afternoon. But I’m leaving for Vancouver tomorrow and have a ton to do – so I can’t make it.
Archives for October 2000
a company there’s going to be a very simple test for the person who is responsible for setting up the virtual server for a new site. If you forget to set it up so you can get there using only the domain name + TLD without adding ‘www.‘ in front of it, you’re fired.
reach caterina.net from home. Weird.
, I am now on a company’s board of directors. It’s for cam.org, a small non-profit community-oriented ISP here in Montreal, which also happens to have been the first public ISP here many years ago. Should be fun, though I should try to learn a bit more about the ISP business pretty quickly.
the government subsidy file as well. The Montreal Gazette reported today about E-Commerce grumblings, which is about how unhappy developers are at a plan to develop “E-Commerce Place” and give subsidies to businesses that locate there (there’s a Tilden car rental place in the location now, right around the corner from the Molson Center). Thing is that the business that are currently succeeding here are doing so in spite of gov’t intervention, not because of it. Plus, we already have the Cit du Multimedia.