Jazz at Admiral Gjeddes Gaard. The opening night (10 July 2002) of Admiral Gjeddes Gaard "koncert hall" was a success. Great jazz music from Anderskov, Zacco, Formanek and Asingh. Good audience. And wonderful weather.
Warchalking. Tell neighbors and people passing by the status of your wireless access point by writing Wi-Fi symbols with chalk on the sidewalk. Article from Business Week. As could be expected, wire.less.dk initiators and AabenAeter pioneers Tomas Krag and Sebastian Buettrich have already decorated the pavement of Blaagaardsgade in Copenhagen, cf. this picture.


Reboot 5.1. afterparty. To celebrate a successful Reboot 5.0 and to say thank you to some of the many fine people that help it come along, Mr. Reboot himself - Thomas Mygdal-Madsen - threw a wonderful Sankt Hans evening (24 June 2002) party. Jeanne and I had a great time with a bunch of fun and inspiring people cruising the Copenhagen harbor in a tourist tourboat. Thank you, Thomas, for a great evening! Pictures are found at http://www.myagent.nu/reboot5.1/.

ISOC Denmark. JyllandsPosten has a nice article today (9 July 2002) on the relaunch of Internet Society's Danish chapter (ISOC-DK).

See the article at:

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ISOC Denmark. Relaunch of the Danish chapter of Internet Society is well under way. Now our web-site is up and running. Please, join the chapter at http://www.isoc.dk/medlemsskab.asp.

Jazz at Admiral Gjeddes Gaard. Wednesday 10 July 2002 at 19:30 my wife - Jeanne - is presenting the first public event at our newly acquired premises - Admiral Gjeddes Gaard - a jazz concert with a quartet consisiting of Jørgen Zacho (sax) - Jacob Anderskov (rhodes) - Michael Formanek (bass) - Andreas Asingh (trums). Entrance fee is DKK 50. Please, book seats at jeanne@gjeddegaard.dk.
Open Source. Should all software procured by European governments be developed on an open source license? European administrations should share open source software resources, says report published by Commission. European administrations should share software on an open source licensing basis, to cut soaring eGoverment information technology costs (set to rise by 28% to € 6.6 billion this year), says an independent study published by the European Commission. The "Pooling Open Source Software" study, financed by the Commission's Interchange of Data between Administrations (IDA) programme, recommends creating a clearing house to which administrations could "donate" software for re-use. This facility, which would concentrate on applications specific to the needs of the public sector, could encourage the replication of good practice in eGovernment services.