This post is for everyone who's realized that Django power does not come from the ability to easily write all the logic yourself -- rather it's the ability to integrate apps with each other, yet only messing about with your own source tree, and not the apps you've downloaded. And …Read the rest of this entry »
A lot of criticism has rained upon this campaign. Especially on the net on sites like digg.com and in the Mac community. People simply saw Apple as "green already" and thought of Greenpeace as attention-grabbers. Now that Steve Jobs has written that they're disclosing their policy people are even more …Read the rest of this entry »
As a follow-up to this post featuring predictions by leading scientists from the year 1900, here are my predictions for the year 2107... or around that time:
Large parts of the earth have grown unpopulated due to starvation and war. The borders around rich countries have been totally shut.
Energy …Read the rest of this entry »
Greenpeace is a kind of b/w thing for many people. They either dig it or they don't. I just started working there. First task was to translate Green My Apple into Danish. That went down pretty well, I think. Now, this campaign probably triggers something quite common amongst the …Read the rest of this entry »