A pretty regular work week in an increasingly irregular context.

This week I

  • Had work sessions on launching the open data platform for a province, ironing out details on synchronisation with internal infrastructure
  • Worked 2 days (Tue, Wed) from home at a slower than regular pace, because I was tired
  • Spent a day discussing public and civic tech with like minded ngo’s, companies, and government entities (more about that later)
  • Initiated our company’s switch to working remote only, because of Covid19

This week in ….141 BCE*

Emperor Wu of the Han dynasty assumed the throne. He ruled for 54 years, the longest period for the next 1800 years.

Han Tomb Viewed from Top of Tomb of Han General Huo QubingHan Wudi’s burial mound, a 2100 year old landmark. Image in the Public Domain.

(* I show an openly licensed image with (almost) each Week Notes posting, to showcase more open cultural material. See here why, and how I choose the images for 2020.)

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