(Everyone else makes that joke, so I figure I might as well help ride it into the ground.)
This Saturday, I have the considerable honour of being the least interesting speaker at the California installment of Mozilla 24, a worldwide 24-hour online conference connecting people from all over the Mozilla world. If you’re in the area, you should run-don’t-walk to find out more, sign up, and prepare yourself emotionally for an onslaught of Mozilla. If you’re in Tokyo, Thailand, or Paris, you can participate in person in one of those locations as well. Or you can join in online through any of a number of interesting activities. Whether you’ve been a part of the Mozilla phenomenon for almost a decade or you only heard of Firefox yesterday, there’s something here for you — and you have something to contribute!
Mozilla 24 is the brainchild of the incredible team at Mozilla Japan, and I’m thrilled to be part of it. As it happens, this will likely be the last plane trip I take this calendar year, and it’s going to be a great note on which to finish.