'Two thousand zero zero, party over, out of time! So
tonight we're gonna party at Mozilla 99!' OK, that's
pretty stupid. But the Mozilla party is a blast, and no
matter how lame you are, you should come.
Mozilla-dot-party is a celebration of Mozilla, the open source version of
Netscape Communicator. It's a FREE PARTY (you gotta pay for drinks), and it
pulls in geeks from all over. Thrown by Jamie Zawienski (best known for BBDB),
it's a real good time.
Last year's Mozilla-dot-party was the highlight of the geek social season.
Pigdog Journal sent a strong representative crowd, and we were BY FAR not the
geekiest people there. The crowd was a real cool mix of dressed-in-black Web
design fuckheads and dressed-in-camo Open Source guerrillas, with a few
dressed-in-Polo Silicon Valley hardware drones thrown in for good measure.
I heartily recommend that you come watch me get stupid drunk and cage dance
naked with the giant styrofoam Mozilla statue. It was a crowd-pleaser last
year, and I'm sure I'll get a few cheers again in 1999.