24 hours to go

Tickets for Responsive Day Out 2 go on sale at noon tomorrow. Like I said, it was extremely popular last year and sold out very quickly. I don’t know if that’s going to happen again this year, but if you’re thinking about grabbing a ticket, I wouldn’t dawdle too much if I were you.

There’s a new addition to the line-up: Yaili is going to talk about the ongoing responsive work going on at Ubuntu.com—I’m really looking forward to hearing about that.

Then again, I’m really looking forward to hearing from all the speakers. It’s going to be like Christmas is coming early; a responsive, jam-packed Christmas.

Here’s the ticket page if you want to get in there the moment tickets go on sale. It’s not live yet, but at the stroke of midday you can secure your place.

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Previously on this day

10 years ago I wrote Calling all scientists

Your wiki needs you.

12 years ago I wrote Hardware

Arduino hacking is the new Werewolf.

14 years ago I wrote Wordridden revisited

Jessica’s site has undergone a transformation.

16 years ago I wrote Hirnlego

I recently completed my first submission for the CSS Zen Garden. It’s called Hirnlego.

17 years ago I wrote Protest Pictures

Jason Kottke has posted up some pictures from a peace march in New York.

18 years ago I wrote Backwash

I can’t believe the idiotic behaviour of Starbucks.

18 years ago I wrote Nitpicking

The movie "Wall Street" is on television right now. The film is set in the year 1985 yet in an early scene a trader makes a reference to the Challenger disaster which happened in 1986.

18 years ago I wrote CNN, CIA, See No Evil

CNN really need to get a fact checker.