This week I’ve been:
- Celebrating my 10 years of marriage to my wonderful wife.
- Setting up PGP signing/encryption of my work email (surprisingly easy using GPGTools on OS X)
- Mapping existing online activities to the Web Literacy Standard.
- Purchasing a ticket to #CASinclude in November as well as Bruce Schneier’s ebook Liars and Outliers.
- Responding to more feedback on the Web Literacy Standard.
- Changing the way I deal with email on a daily basis.
- Submitting a cheeky last-second session proposal for MozFest.
- Talking with people (like KQED) about aligning with the Web Literacy Standard.
- Setting up a not-so-covert cross-team Mozilla working group that has LOLCAT as an acronym.
- Attending my usual weekly calls. I now have four calls in a row between 3pm and 7pm on a Wednesday, which is an absolute killer.
- Taking Friday off work to look after my daughter (we’ve got some childcare issues at the moment).
Those childcare issues I’ve alluded to in the last bullet point have contributed to us having to abandon plans to celebrate our wedding anniversary in Amsterdam. So I’ve got a bonus three days at work next week! I’ll be using some of that time to prepare for OKCon in Geneva where I’ll be moderating a panel session.