Daily Archives: April 7, 2005

Signal/Noise conference at Harvard

Wishing I was going to be in Cambridge tomorrow. The Signal/Noise conference at Harvard looks terrific: Mike Doughty (formerly of Soul Coughing) on musical creativity, Yochai Benkler on mashups, academic explorations of fan fiction, John Perry Barlow on John Perry … Continue reading

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The Subtle Business of Software Localization

Koranteng Ofosu-Amaah is a Ghanaian engineer working for Lotus at their facility in Cambridge, MA. His blog, Koranteng’s Toli, currently features one of the best essays I’ve ever read on cultural sensitivity and software localization. (Koranteng’s blog is so much … Continue reading

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Signal/Noise conference at Harvard

Wishing I was going to be in Cambridge tomorrow. The Signal/Noise conference at Harvard looks terrific: Mike Doughty (formerly of Soul Coughing) on musical creativity, Yochai Benkler on mashups, academic explorations of fan fiction, John Perry Barlow on John Perry … Continue reading

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Come visit the new place…!

To: my four readers From: your grateful correspondent Re: new blog Yes, after 18 months – that’s 11 years, in blog years – “…My Heart’s in Accra” will be moving from the cozy confines of Harvard’s servers out into the … Continue reading

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The subtle business of software localization

Koranteng Ofosu-Amaah is a Ghanaian engineer working for Lotus at their facility in Cambridge, MA. His blog, Koranteng’s Toli, currently features one of the best essays I’ve ever read on cultural sensitivity and software localization. (Koranteng’s blog is so much … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Hi there, and welcome to the new, somewhat improved, and somewhat dysfunctional “…My Heart’s in Accra”. I’m just moving into the new place, and most of the boxes aren’t even unpacked yet. For one thing, very few of the posts … Continue reading

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