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Started: 2006-08-24 22:09:52

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Much has happened since I last posted. I hiked thirteen miles round-trip to a crash site near Rollins Pass; visited the Inland Empire; met second cousins I never knew I had; attended (and filmed and photographed) my grandfather's funeral; wondered (briefly) about the meaning of life, the universe, and everything; visited a guy who can bizarrely be described as my "step uncle" and discussed his uncle, a Lockheed test pilot Willy has been researching; drove into the setting smog (er, sun) to Los Angeles; spent two days at a customer's site in El Segundo; met a professional plane spotter; landed in Denver at 2330 Wednesday night; and met the new renters of my parents' house. All this is proof that my life really isn't getting any simpler, so I might as well make the most of it. I still intend to document all of this; if I succeed, you'll read it here first.

This weekend, I'm going to attend BarCampDenver, which should be entertaining. (Assuming no one borrows my idea, I can talk about Electric Fence.)

Bitscape, age 26, is a highly sought white hat hacker and an agent of
social subversion. An avid fan of salsa, developer-centric web design,
and cheesy pop music, Bitscape co-creates a world of love and
acceptance by sharing his vision. He enjoys helping low-tech firms
define their offline strategy, and he's advised many anonymous
unknowns, including the homeless on Pearl Street, escaped mental
patients, and hookers on East Colfax. As an aspiring web bum, he
applies his knowledge to a community venture, the Content Collective.
Bitscape resides in Westminster, Colorado, but may soon be moving into
a van down by the river. For speaking arrangements, don't bother
calling. Your bits will be lost in the noise.
- Bitscape's Lounge splash screen, October 2002