Archive for November, 2005

SCALE 4x Call For Papers Extended

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2005

We have extended the SCALE 4x Call For Papers by 2 weeks. The new deadline is December 3, 2005. Get your submitions in while you still can.


Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005

Jim Winstead (Blog) is the latest addition to the SCALE 4x speaker line up.

His talk is titled: New Features in MySQL 5.0, 5.1, and Beyond

Its ridiculously hot here….

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2005

It is a ridiculously hot Buenos Aires night. I stayed at the office as late as possible today, because we do not having working A/C in the apartment yet. Somehow I forgot that Buenos Aires doesn’t have any good seasons. The winters are too cold for me, spring is just non-stop rain, and summer a muggy humid version of hell…. The summers remind me of Florida. Its hot and rainy, gotta love it.

This weekend I’ll be leaving Capital Federal for the first time in the 3 year’s I’ve been traveling to Buenos Aires. I decided I needed a vaction, so Maru and I are going to spend 3 days in Mar Del Plata now that Bush is gone and its safe from rioters and protestors 🙂


In the 3 minutes it took me to type this post my ice cream melted. This is going to be one of those sweaty sleepless nights. Luckly I downloaded a few episodes of simpsons and family guy to keep me entertained…

LinuxPR and LinuxToday

Saturday, November 19th, 2005

I really wish LinuxPR and LinuxToday would offer RSS feeds. More so LinuxPR than LinuxToday. I check LinuxPR a few times a week, but I’d much rather have them push the content out to me regularly with RSS. That way I can read along with my other content.

Arrested Development being canceled again?

Thursday, November 17th, 2005

I just learned via Wil Wheaton’s blog that Arrested Development is being canceled again.
Why must they kill off all the good show?