on Tuesday at The Boulder Theater
. It's a documentary about the founders of gOVWorks.com
. What it showed was really good. However, what it showed was entirely focused on the two main founders. There were no comments from the employees. Hardly anything about the quality of the software or other technology issues. It was a story about the rise and fall of the business, but that business could have been almost anything. My main interest in the movie was the perspective of people like me -- the programmers. And I didn't get that. So, if you want to watch a well-made documentary about the rise and fall of a .Com business, this is the movie to watch. If you want to get an idea of what it's like to work there, ask a friend instead.
Lughnassadh was last night. We made pie, bread, and cookies and made light conversation. Niki, in her cute way, talked things over with her bread, which helped it turn out well. I, at my typical speed, spent about 20 minute kneading dough. We decided on a name (at least temporarily) for our circle: Green Sabbat: Althea Jam Band. The post-colon part is an anagram for each member's fist initial.
As the night got later, though without alcoholic assistance, we perused S&M books and examined weird dildos
and other odd memepool links