I've just posted my first article over at the O'Reilly Radar blog. I'll be blogging over there on and off, making my small contribution, covering my favourite themes of open data and open source.
My first article takes a look at Shelf, an OS X implementation of Nat Friedman's GNOME Dashboard concept.
The main reason I've joined the Radar crew is that I've the honour of being co-chair of this year's O'Reilly Open Source Convention, with Allison Randal.
We've now opened the OSCON call for participation, so please head over and consider what you might submit for this year's conference.
(And if you're really observant, you'll see that O'Reilly are now using Expectnation, something about which I'm totally thrilled!)