My old friend Dahlia’s been sitting in Washington covering the Microsoft Trial. That is, when she’s not sitting behind a post at the Supreme Court. Her latest dispatch about the MS Trial was published today.
It’s hardly a testament to the strength of the Montreal industry, but still it’s worthy to note that a prominent member of the local web production community is leaving Montreal for LA soon. Joya Balfour is best known for founding Webgrrls’ Montreal chapter. Bye Joya!
about what to do with this space. A weblog is great… but it should have a point. An editorial line. A content definition, as I say in my trade. But I think I’ve got it now.
Yet another article about weblogs was published in Wired News today.
A Montreal company, Zero Knowledge Systems is working on it. Several friends of mine work there, and their head office is just around the corner. From everything I hear they do great work. But what about peer-review as it pertains to crypto? Have academics and cypherpunks been free to review the code underlying Freedom, at will? Or are they relying on the good name of their chief scientist, Ian Goldberg? What about the concerns raised by Declan McCullagh in Wired News?