I debated writing this blog post because I thought: “Who really cares if I have a new blog and what I’m planning on doing in the future?” And ultimately I decided that I wanted to write this post anyway, so here we are. The past year has been an interesting one, to say the least.
Everyone has the “tech guy/gal” in their family or group of friends that they refer to when they hear something on television or read an article about a computer-related topic, and want to understand it better. Apparently, in my social circle, I am the go-to guy for these inquiries and so when the topic of
Have you ever heard a politician talk about going on a listening tour? That’s what I’ve decided to do as I start a gig as the Community Manager for Thunderbird, the popular Email, and communications client. I’ve decided to take in as much feedback from users of, and contributors to, the project and see if
A while back I wrote about the importance of those of us in the Ubuntu community coming together around Ubuntu’s Unity 8 project. The post was called “Return Home and Unify”. I wrote that in order to promote the idea to contributing to the desktop that would inevitably ship on Ubuntu so that the experience
I’ve used Ubuntu since 2004/2005 and consider myself one of its biggest fans. Ubuntu introduced me to Linux in such a way that it wasn’t daunting, it was simple and easy. I was able to accomplish my normal computing tasks, and I was just a freshman in High School – not a seasoned developer or