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. Murph: yeah, we’re meeting at the Eros statue.

    Attilachordash: I can’t meet on Saturday, turns out. We gotta be at Heathrow too early.

    Simon: regarding Thursday evening, we’ll be at Online conference (Olympia). Do you have a pub near there?

    Remco and Steve: hmmm, we’ll plan out Amsterdam shortly.

    Yakov: what day? What time?

    Wouter: what should we watch out for?

    Johnny: I’d love to come to Scotland.

    Darren: oh, please do! I should have brought mine.

    Ian: definitely drop by and see us at the conference. Hopefully we’ll be online there, since it’s an Online conference.

    Mike: I’m definitely interested. Can you come and see us sometime this week?

    Philip: I’ll email you.

    Steve: looks like BBC tour is off, so we can definitely meet up on Thursday evening. We’ll be in Olympia, can you come and meet us there?

    Dave: I’d love to see Zopa. Friday morning is already busy. How about Thursday sometime? Can you come over to the conference and meet in the lobby or something like that?

    Monkeyleader: yes, it’s now Eros.

  2. Murph: yeah, we’re meeting at the Eros statue.

    Attilachordash: I can’t meet on Saturday, turns out. We gotta be at Heathrow too early.

    Simon: regarding Thursday evening, we’ll be at Online conference (Olympia). Do you have a pub near there?

    Remco and Steve: hmmm, we’ll plan out Amsterdam shortly.

    Yakov: what day? What time?

    Wouter: what should we watch out for?

    Johnny: I’d love to come to Scotland.

    Darren: oh, please do! I should have brought mine.

    Ian: definitely drop by and see us at the conference. Hopefully we’ll be online there, since it’s an Online conference.

    Mike: I’m definitely interested. Can you come and see us sometime this week?

    Philip: I’ll email you.

    Steve: looks like BBC tour is off, so we can definitely meet up on Thursday evening. We’ll be in Olympia, can you come and meet us there?

    Dave: I’d love to see Zopa. Friday morning is already busy. How about Thursday sometime? Can you come over to the conference and meet in the lobby or something like that?

    Monkeyleader: yes, it’s now Eros.

  3. We’re meeting at Eros at Piccadilly Circus at 1pm. Hyde Park was an earlier idea, which we bagged eventually.

    They’re not really near each other. Eros is nice and central. It’s a traditional London meet-up spot.

    Congrats on the Amazon/Naked Conversations ping, Robert & shel.

  4. We’re meeting at Eros at Piccadilly Circus at 1pm. Hyde Park was an earlier idea, which we bagged eventually.

    They’re not really near each other. Eros is nice and central. It’s a traditional London meet-up spot.

    Congrats on the Amazon/Naked Conversations ping, Robert & shel.

  5. Hi Robert – I know you’re running out of slots, but if you’d like to see what we’re doing over at Zopa.com drop me a line – we’re the worlds first lending and borrowing exchange. Maybe Friday morning?

    With impeccable timing we’re having some network problems right now – but we had a piece on the BBC prime time news last week that explains what we do – you can see it on YouTube here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4vA6yDkr0A

    I’ll try to make the Friday pub crawl regardless!

    Cheers

    Dave

  6. Hi Robert – I know you’re running out of slots, but if you’d like to see what we’re doing over at Zopa.com drop me a line – we’re the worlds first lending and borrowing exchange. Maybe Friday morning?

    With impeccable timing we’re having some network problems right now – but we had a piece on the BBC prime time news last week that explains what we do – you can see it on YouTube here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4vA6yDkr0A

    I’ll try to make the Friday pub crawl regardless!

    Cheers

    Dave

  7. Thanks. Keen to meet late wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning. e-mail or phone Philip on 07977-471458. Geoff Jones is coming to the dinner.

    From: Robert Scoble
    Thanks! That was really awesome. We’re coming back to London next Tuesday-Saturday. Can you come and meet us and give us a demo? I’ll have my camera.

    Robert Scoble

    ——————————————————————————–

    From: Philip Baddeley [mailto:philip@baddeley.com]
    Sent: Friday, November 24, 2006 2:13 PM
    To: robertscoble@hotmail.com
    Cc: Thomas, Paul; Romani, Mhd. (romani); Monnappa, Kanti; Xu, Xuefeng (xux1)
    Subject: Equity Fingerprint Survey, Cambridge UK + Geoff Jones

    Hi Robert

    We met in London with Geoff Jones of Cambridge and a hundred other people so I am sure you remember me!!

    You are always writing about companies and high tech companies.

    We are running a survey to find out more about the changes in equity ownership as companies develop from the founding team and equity split to bringing in cash, managers and people; see below.

    Responses so far say we are unique.

    Take a look at http://www.equityfingerprint.com/ We are working on a study to see if the difference in the equity structures shows different growth patterns.

    There is not much data around but people need to know that site such as YouTube.com has sophisticated investors from the early days; but how much did the founders keep? What is the norm? In the UK we can get data from public sources but it is harder in the UK.

    You can see a great guide at http://www.redy.biz

    Keep well and I hope you liked that Cambridge scarf I sent to you.

    The names at the top are the MBA students running the EF Survey.

    Philip Baddeley

    Founder

    Equity Fingerprint

  8. Thanks. Keen to meet late wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning. e-mail or phone Philip on 07977-471458. Geoff Jones is coming to the dinner.

    From: Robert Scoble
    Thanks! That was really awesome. We’re coming back to London next Tuesday-Saturday. Can you come and meet us and give us a demo? I’ll have my camera.

    Robert Scoble

    ——————————————————————————–

    From: Philip Baddeley [mailto:philip@baddeley.com]
    Sent: Friday, November 24, 2006 2:13 PM
    To: robertscoble@hotmail.com
    Cc: Thomas, Paul; Romani, Mhd. (romani); Monnappa, Kanti; Xu, Xuefeng (xux1)
    Subject: Equity Fingerprint Survey, Cambridge UK + Geoff Jones

    Hi Robert

    We met in London with Geoff Jones of Cambridge and a hundred other people so I am sure you remember me!!

    You are always writing about companies and high tech companies.

    We are running a survey to find out more about the changes in equity ownership as companies develop from the founding team and equity split to bringing in cash, managers and people; see below.

    Responses so far say we are unique.

    Take a look at http://www.equityfingerprint.com/ We are working on a study to see if the difference in the equity structures shows different growth patterns.

    There is not much data around but people need to know that site such as YouTube.com has sophisticated investors from the early days; but how much did the founders keep? What is the norm? In the UK we can get data from public sources but it is harder in the UK.

    You can see a great guide at http://www.redy.biz

    Keep well and I hope you liked that Cambridge scarf I sent to you.

    The names at the top are the MBA students running the EF Survey.

    Philip Baddeley

    Founder

    Equity Fingerprint

  9. I’d like to show you a cluster web page publish software. It is very easy for normal person to set up hierarchical knowledge base,just like MSDN or IBM’s online reference(tree structured navigation).
    It is the second phase development of Tablane TClipper(www.tablane.com).
    The beauty of the data structure in TClipper is that it roots from OPML file, to collection in RSS format and ends each page in HTML format. Alos, Tags as thread sews the pages together which belong to different branches.
    We may think this is next level of Office tool. Not just create single Word document or PDF file, you can create grouped web pages etc.
    Don’t know if you are interested.

  10. I’d like to show you a cluster web page publish software. It is very easy for normal person to set up hierarchical knowledge base,just like MSDN or IBM’s online reference(tree structured navigation).
    It is the second phase development of Tablane TClipper(www.tablane.com).
    The beauty of the data structure in TClipper is that it roots from OPML file, to collection in RSS format and ends each page in HTML format. Alos, Tags as thread sews the pages together which belong to different branches.
    We may think this is next level of Office tool. Not just create single Word document or PDF file, you can create grouped web pages etc.
    Don’t know if you are interested.

  11. Hi Robert.

    Will you be busy in Amsterdam? A geeky pub crawl there sounds like a good option. I was thinking of getting some UMPC geeks together. No cameras allowed ;-)

    Regards
    Steve.

  12. Hi Robert.

    Will you be busy in Amsterdam? A geeky pub crawl there sounds like a good option. I was thinking of getting some UMPC geeks together. No cameras allowed ;-)

    Regards
    Steve.

  13. hey Robert

    being a Scot I’m terribly disappointed you are not going to visit Scotland. The one of the finest countries in the world. Anyway, have a nice time in Europe. I’ll forgive you this time ;-)

  14. hey Robert

    being a Scot I’m terribly disappointed you are not going to visit Scotland. The one of the finest countries in the world. Anyway, have a nice time in Europe. I’ll forgive you this time ;-)

  15. Are you meeting at Hyde Park or Piccadilly Circus (the statue of Eros)?

    There’s some distance between the two…

    If Hyde Park then you need to pick a location on the boundaries – its a big space (-:

  16. Are you meeting at Hyde Park or Piccadilly Circus (the statue of Eros)?

    There’s some distance between the two…

    If Hyde Park then you need to pick a location on the boundaries – its a big space (-:

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