Something for the weekend

Your weekends are valuable. Spend them wisely. I have some suggestion on how you might spend next weekend, October 19th and 20th, depending on where you are in the world.

If you’re in the bay area, or anywhere near San Francisco, I highly recommend that you go to Science Hack Day—two days of science, hacking, and fun. This will be the last one in San Francisco so don’t miss your chance.

If you’re in the south of England, or anywhere near Brighton, come along to Indie Web Camp. Saturday will feature discussions on owning your data. Sunday will be a day of doing. I’ve written about previous Indie Web Camps before, and I really can’t recommend it highly enough!

Do me a favour and register for a spot—it’s free—so I’ve got some idea of numbers. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Previously on this day

5 years ago I wrote Celebrating CSS

Here’s to the next twenty years.

6 years ago I wrote Listen to dConstruct 2013

For your huffduffing pleasure.

10 years ago I wrote Optimisation

Optimise for ugly bags of mostly water, not your plastic pal that’s fun to be with.

12 years ago I wrote Semantic brevity

Make microformats work with your writing style.

18 years ago I wrote The roots of conflict

Here’s some more grist for the fundamentalist mill.

18 years ago I wrote Falwell-Robertson-Bin Laden Quiz

This is too perfect.