New Flickr set: Seattle MindCamp 2.0.
Steve Garfield: “When did you first hear about ZeFrank?”
I’m leading a MindCamp discussion at 10AM tomorrow about OPML, RSS, whatever people want to talk about. We added a session at 9AM tomorrow with Ponzi called Blogging About Love. Too much talking about software, let’s have a session to talk about people.
Dan Bricklin: “Instead of making you feel bad for ‘only’ doing 99%, a well designed system makes you feel good for doing 1%.”
I just realized that now that I have EVDO, I don’t need to print out Seattle maps for driving directions. I can just use Google Maps from the car. Hehee. I’ve been waiting for a moment like this, to realize how EVDO changes everything. Except I don’t know if it will really work in a moving car. Seems it should, like a cell phone does.
Bill Gates helps the NY Times turn the clock back.
Jeff Jarvis asks why. Board room comfort. There was a time when Bill Gates had it all sewn up, and a time when the Sulzbergers did too. If you were them, you’d want to turn the clock back. But as some wise person once said “Time waits for no one.”
Scripting News has been steadily climbing the Technorati 100, now appearing at number 76. I’ve been claiming my various alter egos, thinking that would boost the rank, but apparently they only count links to scripting.com. If they included links to the essay site, the rank would be in the low 40s. Considering the attention this ranking system gets, it’s remarkable how little is known about how it works.
The Daily Fisk is fisking Guy Kawasaki. (Not fisting.)
The first Ze Frank news show was on March 17?
Jeff Jarvis on United 93. “Since September 11, my children no longer let me leave the home without saying that they love me and hearing me say it to them.”