Joshua Allen on leaking tomorrow’s announcements.
Jeff Sandquist on Pahrump, NV.
Miguel de Icaza on the name Miguel and how it feels to be at a Microsoft event.
The scene at the Blogzone.
BART tips on commuting in the New Bay Area.
Scoble is hosting a geek dinner for Hugh MacLeod in San Francisco on Tuesday.
Bloggers dinner tonight at the Grand Lux Cafe at the Venetian at 6:30PM.
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Seeya there!! :-)
PS: My flight gets in at 3:30PM.
PPS: Get ready for weather shock. High of 94 today. Hot!
PPPS: I’ve got my Sprint Ambassador phone with me. 415-871-7163.
This morning there’s a report on local news that a critical piece of Bay Area roadway is out, and may be out for weeks or months.
The biggest traffic bottleneck in a traffic-challenged metropolitan area is known as the MacArthur Maze. Four major freeways, 880, 580, 24 and 80 all come together from the East Bay, and from the other side — the Bay Bridge connects all that with San Francisco.
Early this morning a gasoline tanker truck caught fire on a ramp connecting 580 westbound with 880, causing 250 yards of freeway to collapse.
Google map of the maze.
Yesterday I released new code that allows you to browse the posts from all the people you’re following on Twitter.
How to: 1. Choose Update opml.root from the File menu. 2. Click on OK. 3. Quit and relaunch the OPML Editor app.
There’s a new Twitter sub-menu of the Community menu, with two commands: 1. The Preferences command allows you to set your Twitter username and password, and 2. My Twitter Friends opens an outline window with a list of your friends.
In the window, when you double-click on a friend’s name, after a short delay, we display the last 20 status messages posted by that person. If the the message contained a URL, the outline node is a link, if you double-click it, the link opens in your web browser (screen shot). Although I haven’t tried it yet, if the URL ends with .opml, it should open in-place, since that’s a hack the OPML Editor uses to trigger an OPML inclusion. :-)
As usual, report any problems here, or on one of the mail lists.
PS: Amyloo got it before I even wrote it up. :-)