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Ross Bruniges – taken by Phil Whiteside (original)

I’m Ross Bruniges, Web Developer, beer drinker, occasional speaker and frequent diner in the restaurants of London. I’ve had this website for over 5 years now and to say that it has done everything that I wanted it to do would be a bit of a lie but I am giving things another punt after having a number of decent ideas in the past few weeks.

I’ve fought off various WordPress hacks, writers blocks and lack of ideas to try and talk a bit more openly about my work, experiences and general thoughts on things topical. I also hope to beef out my profile with my gitHub stuff, links to articles I have written and videos of talks that I have done.

If you liked reading my restaurant reviews they now have a new home, at ross-eats so I suggest heading off their for that kinda stuff and to marvel at my London burrito research project – I’m trying to eat them all so I can decide on which is best.

If you like what you read please let me know. I plan on adding in a few quick additions in the near future to liven things up a bit, and if things pan out as I hope there should be a few more interesting things to read sometime soon!

Ross Bruniges

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  • Nirosha

    Hi Mr.Ross.

    I am from Sri Lanka. I have recieved one mail from your foundation. I will copy that mail here. This is most probebly junk mail same like I received every week from different organizations.
    Pls give me your comments regarding this. My email address is nirosha@projar.es
    Thanks
    NM

    “…….Sir/Madam,

    Good News !!!! Your E-mail Address has won (Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand Great British Pounds only) GBP750,000 in the Mozilla Firefox yearly Online promo recently conducted. To claim this prize, email us for confirmation at: myawards@inmail.sk

    Congratulations!

    Yours faithfully,

    Greg Adamson
    For: Mozilla Firefox Online Promo Team

    Mozilla Foundation © 2012 • English (UK) ………”

  • Charles

    I am researching new social movements, especially web-based ones. I loved the idea of Drumbeat and would like to speak to someone about the learnings from that effort. Are you the right person, and would you be willing?

    Charles Heckscher, Rutgers University, U.S.