On December 7th, 2005, Mark Zuckerberg joined CS50 for a guest lecture about Facebook and computer science. When you watch the video, take a look at just how many people showed up (perhaps less than 10 in an the entire auditorium). Pay close attention to how Professor Michael D. Smith introduced Zuckerberg and the idea of his startup. How things change.
Do you ever get email messages that just don’t stop? Do you try to click the unsubscribe button, but the messages just don’t go away? There’s a way to stop those messages for good, and it’s easier than making a Gmail filter. There's an awesome plugin for Chrome called Block Sender for Gmail. This nifty little plugin gives you an extra button in your Gmail account that allows you to simply block mail from a sender forever without needing to create a Gmail filter.
Join us at Harvard's Berkman Center of Internet and Society for two days of a BarCamp-style gathering of web creators building and sharing open web technologies to empower users to own their own identities & content, and advance the state of the indie web! This will be the very first IndieWebCamp in Cambridge and one of many IndieWeb events.
Like IndieWebCamp SF, this event will be free and limited to 20 people.
I woke up at 5:30am in San Francisco this morning. It was dark and extremely rainy, and my flight back to Portland, Oregon was due to depart SFO Airport at 9:10am. But I wasn't going to the airport. I was going running. Really going running. And as I put on my running shoes and a thin sweatshirt, I pushed all thoughts of the insanity of what I was doing out of my mind. This morning I would run with Tantek Çelik (the person who encouraged me to join him on this early morning adventure).