Did an interesting interview last week for Red Hat about what I do and why I do it with some very American questions like "Justify your existance". Anyway that should be on the web site next week sometime and explains all about how I got involved with Apache and why I think buying a house is like coding software.
The cute Erricson phone works over here in the USA and for the first time I've been able to hold working SMS conversations with the UK - saves me a buck or two.
Replaced my outdated paper log book with my todo list and notes with a system from Franklin Covey. Replaced it with even more paper - but according to the seminar this system will sort out my entire life and make me a better person.
Rest of my time has been dealing with various security advisories for Red Hat and investigating new issues. I'm off to see the Mitre CVE folks in a couple of days in Boston.
Tip of the month: When travelling don't let your batteries completely run out so when you are asked to turn on your laptop at airport security there isn't even enough power to light the 'your batteries are low' light.