It's good to talk

If, like me, you’ve spent most of your waking hours for the past few months living, eating and breathing JavaScript, you might welcome the opportunity to talk with some like-minded folks. Even if you’re not quite that sad, you still might like to get together for a drink by the river Thames.

Either way, if you like JavaScript and/or beer, come along to the Old Thameside Inn on Clink Street, sarf of the river for a chin-wag about everyone’s favourite client-side programming language on Saturday, June 11th at 2pm. It’ll be fun, really. Myself, Simon, Stuart, Dean and PPK will all be there. Maybe I’ll be able to drag Derek and Richard along too.

If JavaScript isn’t your particular bag of geekery, there’s always the London geek dinner on June 7th at The Texas Embassy. Robert Scoble and Hugh McLeod are organising it. There’ll be fajitas. Now, who doesn’t love fajitas?

Hope to see you at one or both events.

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Previously on this day

17 years ago I wrote Truth! What is it good for?

I found it ironic when James Lileks yesterday referred to a cartoon by saying “when it gets political it’s just embarassing”. This pretty much sums up how I feel about Lileks’ Daily Bleats.

18 years ago I wrote eMac - the E is for Everybody

I see that Apple have opened up the eMac to everyone - not just the education sector.

18 years ago I wrote Mirror Project pictures

It’s hard to believe that the weather so nice just a couple of days ago when I took this picture of myself reflected in Jessica’s sunglasses.

18 years ago I wrote Back to normal

I had my moment in the limelight with Salter Cane last night. All in all, it went really well.