Lyme disease

Well, it's Maker Faire weekend and after attending a somewhat lackluster and under-attended "can do camp" in Detroit Proper this past thursday, I'll visit the actual Faire (in Dearborn) on Sunday. I'm excited to hear Dewayne Hendricks speak, and can't wait to see some metro-area residents come out of the woodwork.

This coming week, I'll be helping Jenny Lee of Allied Media Projects put together a community wireless network care-package for some Albuquerque community groups.  It's exciting to see our little mesh nodes travel so far!  I'm teaching Jenny not only the mesh setup (using the openmesh dashboard) but also the procedure for jailbreaking and flashing our nonstandard equipment.

After a bit of internal deliberation, I've decided to join Detroit's hackerspace, OmniCorpDetroit.  I want to be a part of a nerd club, basically.  Plus, it's a great place to store my SparcStation 20 and VT-420 terminal.  Maybe I can teach someone about baud rates.  PS: I just helped out with their blog/website and it's progressing very well.  The logo is radical.

Finally, during a recent trip to the eastern seaboard, I seemed to have contracted Lyme Disease, and have started a regiment of antibiotic to stymie the lyme.  Why hasn't modern medicine made me invulnerable to this?!?! We should be giving ticks the chronic fatigue and nauseating headaches, not vice-versa.

Well, there goes a perfectly good blog post.  Sorry you had to read about my bacterial infection.  Kids, watch out for ticks.