Last updated at 4:26 pm UTC on 14 January 2006
Laird Popkin has been programming in assorted flavors of SmallTalk for about a decade, though not too much recently. (A mixture of Java and PowerPoint...)
On the positive side, I've been running a Swiki for about a year, and am very pleased with it. The site is http://www.popkinhartel.com, running on a Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh and a cable modem. I love all three bits of technology for their elegance. OK, the cable modem isn't elegant, but it delivers 100K-1M bps (depending on the condition of the Internet and the server) for $40 a month.
Feel free to visit.
Update: I'm now at http://www.sothebys.com where we're running a Swiki for the advanced technology group to do planning, etc.
The home site is down until I move it to http://swiki.net. I am testing the usability of swiki from a palm with a wireless modem. it is a little awkward. I will have to change the templates, I think.