It's my belief that history is a wheel…

"Inconsistency is my very essence", says the wheel, "Rise up on my spokes if you like, but don't complain when you are cast back down into the depths. Good times pass away, but then so do the bad. Mutability is our tragedy, but it is also our hope. The worst of times, like the best, are always passing away".

Drinking with us

Over the coming months, join us at The FooBar, an exciting event for talented and distinguished persons (plus some of us!) in downtown Boston, Massachusetts.

In the meantime, you are invited to join our darts league.

Buy music by the band furny

furny have a record out, it's called "More Mature Escapades in Hi-Fi" — it's good, good, good, but also cheap, cheap, cheap.

furny, more mature escapades in hi-fi

Buy a copy from the FooCorp store or from CD Baby, Amazon, iTunes, and other music stores run by giant corporations.

A hacker's fear of the pollen count

Work continues, unbashedly and slowly on, with ground already broken on its sister project, daisychain. Critics must already be wondering "How many more websites will FooCorp start up and then take forever to work on?", and to them we say, several.

Join us most Tuesday's for live-hacking and what-not on the IRCs. More details are available here.

Dustin Eyejuice is a stupid, stupid man.

Dustin Eyejuice, yesterday

This October, the first volume of his book is coming out. In his book, Eyejuice, a self-proclaimed 'natural entertainer' shares some of his advice, solutions to every day problems, and plans for increasing sales in your local bar. To further sales of the book, Eyejuice has agreed to stay away from most interviews, and is refusing to appear at any book signings.

Dustin Eyejuice can be found propping up the bar from either side at the Hammer's pub on Sebastian Avenue in Plymouth.

Who, what, why, where?

In 2008 we produced an EP, with furny. In 2009, with a team of developers from the free software community, we built and launched, and started work on daisychain, a spatial social network.

Looking for that time we sued ourselves silly and started naming various biscuits in the office?

If we did it, there's a catalogue number for it.