Tag Archives: Ubud

We Must Do Launch Some Time

By | October 8, 2006

Another day, another launch. Thanks to everyone who came last night to the book launch. I’m not actually sure how many book launches one is allowed, but that’s our second in Indonesia (a few photos are here; more to come. Please send me any you have from either Jakarta or Ubud). We hope to do some more around… Read More »

Loose Launch (Or How to Throw a Book Party in Bali)

By | October 2, 2006

Loose Wire, the book, was launched last night at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival in Bali. It was great to have such a large turnout and gratifying to sell out all copies! More have been shipped in for today’s session of the festival, and can be found at the Java Books stall at Indus. What particularly delighted… Read More »

Loose Launch

By | September 18, 2006

By the way, here’s a link to the invitation to the launching of the book. Needless to say, all readers of the blog are welcome. And Bali is a beautiful place: Sunday 1 October 2006 Venue Tutmak Café, Jl. Dewi Sita, Ubud, Bali (during the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival) Time 5:30-6:30pm. I can’t really advise on places… Read More »

You’ve Read the Column and Blog. Now Read the Book.

By | September 15, 2006

I promise I’m not going to harp on too much about this, but today marks the moment when Loose Wire becomes not just a column and a blog (and an occasional podcast) but a book. LOOSE WIRE, A Personal Guide to Making Technology Work for You is now available for pre-ordering here. The book is based around columns… Read More »