So it’s a new year, and I’m wondering what to do. Sure, I’ve got projects I want to work on, but the procrastination problem is so bad (I’m not giving up, tho) that I’m giving up doing them alone for a while. This leaves me with two choices, both of which require one of you to help me out.

First, I can find someone who wants to work with me on my projects. I’m looking for a Python programmer interested in working on a database-backed website project that takes wikis in interesting new directions. I think it’s a really cool idea, and that it will be useful and popular. They need to be talented and willing to spend some serious time on it. If you’re interested, call me.

Second, I can do work for someone else. I’m looking for people working on something interesting and widely useful, who wouldn’t mind taking on a kid to help them out. I’m up for all sorts of things, but I’d like to do crypto, reverse engineering, law, public policy, web, or wiki stuff especially. Again, call me.

Either way, there’s no money.

posted January 01, 2004 11:31 PM (Personal) #


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