All is well!

10:35 pm Uncategorized

Thanks for all of your kind thoughts and wishes. Baby and I are safe at home now and we’re all starting to figure things out! I’ll be around intermittently for the next week, and am checking email and voicemail if anything urgent comes up. (For those of you interested in my medical devices work – I met yet another electrophysiologist who hadn’t heard that ICDs could be maliciously hacked. Also, the shock that comes in your leg when you get an epidural feels exactly like getting shocked by an implanted defibrillator. weird!)

16 Responses

  1. Eduard Gotwig Says:

    nice :D

  2. Gil Forcada Says:

    Glad to hear that both are sound and save!

    Best wishes,

  3. Alon Says:

    Mazal Tov Karen! Quite a present for Rosh hashana! I wish the baby to never have to use an implant that isn’t open source :)


  4. Anonymous Says:


    Might we inquire about the baby’s name, or would you prefer not to share that?

  5. Liz Says:

    Hooray and congratulations! Happy baby!

  6. Juan José Sánchez Says:

    Congratulations and best wishes!

  7. Olivier Crête Says:


  8. Ryan Says:

    It doesn’t take any special talent to reproduce — even plants can do it. The world doesn’t care about your baby.

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  10. Andreas Nilsson Says:

    Congratulations! I hope I get to see the baby at the Boston Summit. :)

  11. Marina Zhurakhinskaya Says:

    Congratulations Karen! This is such a wonderful, much awaited news!

  12. Michelle K. Says:

    so I was worried because I had not heard back from you – alas now I know that you have been busy! Congrats, motherhood is a gift.

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  15. Jan Skowron Says:

    Big congratulations.
    Thanks for sharing this.
    (FaiF’s listener)

  16. Brian Hunt Says:

    Thought Id let you recover before I chucked a bunch of happy wishes at you. congrats on your new bundle of code! :)