Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
Well, a few days ago, I took up a spontaneous…
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Well, a few days ago, I took up a spontaneous invite to see the Perseid meteor shower with Seth and his posse, and I can't really ask more from such an expedition than a commendation in Seth's diary.
Also, from Seth's description of the Microsoft booth at a Linux expo:
On another day, I walked back into the booth to ask about Palladium. (I didn't want them to see my name, because supposedly "The best technical description [of Palladium] is the summary of a meeting with Microsoft engineers by Seth Schoen of the EFF", and being Seth Schoen is therefore inconvenient when you want to ask basic and uninformed questions about Palladium.)