Last weekend I was in London, and went to Tate Modern to see a large crack in the floor:
Is that art? I don't know, it was surprisingly impressive, but not as good as the slides. However, what I really wanted to tell you about was what we found in the restaurant.
I assume most people here are familiar with the free-as-in-speech / free-as-in-beer distinction used to explain Free Software. Well, these people: http://freebeer.org/blog/, seem to want to confuse the issue by producing FreeBeer, which is free-as-in-speech. That is, the recipe and all the branding is released under a Creative Commons licence. However, it is not, at least in the Tate cafe, free-as-in-beer. Still, the version I drank (version 3.2), brewed by St Austell's brewery, was delicious.
Tim - I've been trying to get some free beer here in the U.S. but have not been able to find it. It is always fun when I go to the various liquor stores and ask for it. I'd love to get a few cases for our community nights. Peace - Anthony
I think it's fairly easy to get free refills in the U.S. Maybe that would qualify as free beer? ;)
Free beer refills? I'm emigrating to the US!
I've not heard of free beer re-fills but would happy to be enlightened about such things.
Since I am rather opposed to binge-drinking in any form, I will pretend that I got confused and meant that they offer free Soda re-fills, not beer...
Nicolas - I'll drink to that! Peace - Anthony