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Simon Law’s Journal

Sticking it to the Man—with cake!

Simon Law
27 January
External Services:
  • sfllaw@sfllaw.ca
  • 18659088 ICQ status
  • sfllaw@gmail.com
  • sfllaw
Simon has managed to avoid getting himself killed. Everything in between is pretty dull.

If you want to find out more, you should look at my website. If you want to contact me, the most reliable method is via e-mail.

I am a free software advocate. This journal is Copyright © 2003–2008 Simon Law but I have licensed it under certain conditions.

I like music:

And pictures:

acts of random kindness, alcohol, algorithms, all-night coding sessions, alternative sleep schedules, augmented reality, backpacking, baking, baths, being loved, bike rides, biking, blue steak, books, brie, british humor, c, c++, canada, canadian socialism, cast-iron cookware, chatting, chinese cuisine, chinese culture, classic literature, classic movies, classic rock, classical music, coding, communities of interest, community, community-sponsored agriculture, computer science, computer security, computers, conferences, cooking, creating sexy desserts, cryptography, debian, donald knuth, douglas adams, douglas hofstadter, duck fat, dying without regrets, eating, eben moglen, english, equal-opportunity mocking, equity not equality, fair trade, fairy-tale endings, faith in humanity, false pretention, feeling alive, flirting, fontography, free culture, free software, freedom of expression, french cuisine, geeking out, geeks, gnu, green tea, groking, hacking, helping those in need, herman zapf, hope, horseback riding, human computer interaction, human factors, humanity, hurd, integrity, irc, italian cuisine, keeping my own counsel, larry lessig, latin, learning, linux, lisp, literature, living, long-range planning, love letters, loving, making people happy, mastering all trades, math, mathematical education, microcredit, montreal, music, my spies are everywhere, neil gaiman, optimism, order, organic foods, pacifism, peace, people who care, perl, philosophy, photography, plays, poetry, privacy, programmable hardware, programming, public art, quality, reading, red dwarf, scheme, science, self-sacrifice, sharing, simon and garfunkel, singing, skating, sleeping, software architecture and design, stanley kubrick, sugar, sushi, swimming, tasting, tea, teaching without pedantry, the decemberists, thinking, timin lavoie, toolsmithing, toronto, true-cost economics, trust, truth, typography, ubiquitous computing, unlinked lj interests, ursula le guin, user interfaces, valrhona chocolate, wikipedia, words, worse is better, writing


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