I Ate Bruce's Cookie
. . . and I'm not proud of it. Bruce Perens was a keynote speaker at the Utah Open Source Conference. I thought I understood Open Source but he really opened my mind. My favorite points were concepts like disclosed (but not open) source for voting machines and nuclear power plant controls and differentiating vs. non-differentiating software.
Anyway, there were cookies in the lobby and I took the last one just seconds before Bruce came looking to see if there was one left. I offered it to him but he wouldn't accept. I'm really sorry, Bruce. I owe you a cookie.
So far the conference is awesome.