This week’s schedule

Today: off to see Cardiff for family day.
Tuesday: traveling to London in the afternoon, speaker dinner in evening.
Wednesday: speaking at Online Information 2006 in London. Girl Geek dinner in evening.
Thursday: hanging out at Online Information 2006. Meeting with Microsoft’s accessibility team, then getting a tour of BBC around 5 p.m. Evening open so far.
Friday: breakfast with Sam Sethi of UK TechCrunch, then meet the geeks in Hyde Park. Hugh Macleod suggested meeting by the Eros statue because it’s near the Piccadilly Circus tube station. We’ll walk around, visiting tourist spots and pubs. Hugh says we’ll be “pissed as newts.” Oh, boy, that should be good for a Flickr scandal. In the evening Sam is taking us to two parties (the Firefox one, and Internet People’s Party).
Saturday: we fly to Amsterdam where we’ll stay until December 5th, when we fly home.

Anyone want to meet up? The schedule is getting tight, leave a message here and we’ll fit you in.

63 thoughts on “This week’s schedule

  1. Robert.

    I guess you’re deep in the heart of Friday afternoon drinking. Good luck!
    I have to apologise, Amsterdam isn’t going to work for me. Blame Vodafone because gcal sync doesn’t work on this network and I didn’t know my daughter has TWO events this weekend.

    I have a suggestion though. Hire bikes (when in Amsterdam…) and do a photo-blog bike tour. There’s loads to photograph and plenty of Wifi around.
    This is something I’m planning to do for a week next year. The Carrypad blogging bike tour. Just me, a bike, a 3G-capable UMPC and a solar panel!

    So apologies again. Stay out of the wrong type of coffee shops!

    Steve.

  2. Robert.

    I guess you’re deep in the heart of Friday afternoon drinking. Good luck!
    I have to apologise, Amsterdam isn’t going to work for me. Blame Vodafone because gcal sync doesn’t work on this network and I didn’t know my daughter has TWO events this weekend.

    I have a suggestion though. Hire bikes (when in Amsterdam…) and do a photo-blog bike tour. There’s loads to photograph and plenty of Wifi around.
    This is something I’m planning to do for a week next year. The Carrypad blogging bike tour. Just me, a bike, a 3G-capable UMPC and a solar panel!

    So apologies again. Stay out of the wrong type of coffee shops!

    Steve.

  3. Hi Rob, would love to try and get the opportunity to meet you all on friday afternoon, somewhere… As I work in the area I thought I’d make a few suggestions for decent pubs in soho, just north of eros, heading behind the big visual ads in piccadilly circus. There’s the coffee house pub on the corner of Beak Street and marshall street? There’s endurance pub on berwick street which has great food at lunchtime? Across the road from endurance, is the blue posts on the corner of berwick and broadwick street… Finally there’s always the sun and thirteen cantons pub opposite microsoft offices on great pulteney street?

  4. Hi Rob, would love to try and get the opportunity to meet you all on friday afternoon, somewhere… As I work in the area I thought I’d make a few suggestions for decent pubs in soho, just north of eros, heading behind the big visual ads in piccadilly circus. There’s the coffee house pub on the corner of Beak Street and marshall street? There’s endurance pub on berwick street which has great food at lunchtime? Across the road from endurance, is the blue posts on the corner of berwick and broadwick street… Finally there’s always the sun and thirteen cantons pub opposite microsoft offices on great pulteney street?

  5. Hello,

    I will make the Friday pub crawl. Should be good even for a teetotaler such as myself. Actually, my sobriety will give me an excellent opportunity to document your drunken antics! You have been warned….

  6. Hello,

    I will make the Friday pub crawl. Should be good even for a teetotaler such as myself. Actually, my sobriety will give me an excellent opportunity to document your drunken antics! You have been warned….

  7. Robert – sounds good. Looks like you’re free early / mid afternoon – when would be good? If you’d like some lunch let me know – there’s a great pub 15 minutes walk away (The Havelock Tavern).

    Cheers

    Dave

  8. Robert – sounds good. Looks like you’re free early / mid afternoon – when would be good? If you’d like some lunch let me know – there’s a great pub 15 minutes walk away (The Havelock Tavern).

    Cheers

    Dave

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