Talking Tablet PCs from the Red Couch

Last night Marc Orchant and James Kendrick called me up on Skype while I sat on my red couch and drank a glass of Merlot. Always a dangerous combination, but I behaved myself — mostly. We talk about Tablet PCs, Slingbox, Intel’s museum, having blogging wives, and more.

By the way, I learned about Craig Pringle’s BlogPad, which is a blogging tool that lets you use the inking capability of a Tablet PC with blog services that support the Metaweblog API. That’s really cool and won high praise from Marc and James in the show we did last night.

Comments

  1. Wow, same cast of characters, same tired old script, same lame old hack-ups, same tired unheeded complaints, same droll MFST Execs, same dull sites and blogs (minus old Peter and HPClean). Someone needs to breathe new life into the Tablet PC scene. I left eons ago, and I could waltz back in 6 months from now and find nothing has changed.

    And if Microsoft has been media tracking, start the decline from the day I checked out, that be no idle boast. Tho the ‘Start Something Amazing Awards’ kicked some dust. Another thing lost in the DeadbutpretendingtobeLive.com and Memo’s leak.

  2. Wow, same cast of characters, same tired old script, same lame old hack-ups, same tired unheeded complaints, same droll MFST Execs, same dull sites and blogs (minus old Peter and HPClean). Someone needs to breathe new life into the Tablet PC scene. I left eons ago, and I could waltz back in 6 months from now and find nothing has changed.

    And if Microsoft has been media tracking, start the decline from the day I checked out, that be no idle boast. Tho the ‘Start Something Amazing Awards’ kicked some dust. Another thing lost in the DeadbutpretendingtobeLive.com and Memo’s leak.

  3. Christopher: since you’ve left there are now three different Tablet PCs being displayed at the Best Buys I visit (and quite nicely, I might add).

    Life? Life is driven by new product. Talk to you soon!

  4. Christopher: since you’ve left there are now three different Tablet PCs being displayed at the Best Buys I visit (and quite nicely, I might add).

    Life? Life is driven by new product. Talk to you soon!