The End of Eaves.ca

I’ve been thinking about this for quite some time and I’ve decided to not blog anymore. The reasons are numerous. Part of it is how much time it consumes, I spend at least 7 hours a week on the blog and the demands have become too great. But the more exciting reason is that I’ve accepted a job as an columnist at the Vancouver Courier. There I will be writing about the intersection between open source, politics, and policy for my neighbours in Kerrisdale – a beautiful suburb of Vancouver with a large retirement community.

It’s been fun and thanks for reading!

Eaves.ca November 5th 2006 – April 1st, 2010.

:)

17 thoughts on “The End of Eaves.ca

  1. Mary Henricksen

    Ah Kerrisdale … where I grew up and can no longer afford to live. Well done! Do you think perhaps this will be a trend … bloggers deciding that they've blogged enough?

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  2. Luke

    Finally! I think it's so much easier to only publish in print – filters out the stupid ideas from the unwashed masses coming back to you.

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  3. Nik Garkusha

    I just could tell you were going to burn out sooner rather than later, it must've been that long post on 3 case studies on Open Data that was the final straw! Can I have your domain? :)

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  5. fan

    The date could be a coincidence, but if this was real, methinks you would be more wordy. Better be a joke anyway or there will be no end of conspiracy theories and WTFs.

    Reply
  6. Mary Henricksen

    Ah Kerrisdale … where I grew up and can no longer afford to live. Well done! Do you think perhaps this will be a trend … bloggers deciding that they've blogged enough?

    Reply
  7. Luke

    Finally! I think it's so much easier to only publish in print – filters out the stupid ideas from the unwashed masses coming back to you.

    Reply
  8. Nik Garkusha

    I just could tell you were going to burn out sooner rather than later, it must've been that long post on 3 case studies on Open Data that was the final straw! Can I have your domain? :)

    Reply
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  10. fan

    The date could be a coincidence, but if this was real, methinks you would be more wordy. Better be a joke anyway or there will be no end of conspiracy theories and WTFs.

    Reply
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