On March 9, I was a guest on Joseph Ady’s excellent People of Portland podcast. Listen here.
We covered a lot of ground in half an hour: privacy, the connections between creativity, technology, and activism, and also the story of a guy who robbed a donut shop. Now it’s less than a month later, and can’t nobody beg, buy, or steal anything late night at Voodoo Donuts. It’s take-out only. So much has changed in the wake of COVID-19. I found this to be be a poignant time capsule, recorded right when we were on the cusp.
Presentation is now online from my talk about ROSECODE and the Open Franchise for Creators:
The talk was selected as a Program Highlight and presented on April 28 at LinuxFest Northwest 2018 in Bellingham, Washington. Thanks for being a great audience and asking really good questions at 10:45 am on a Sunday morning!