I’ve grown fond of Twitter. One thing it does is limit how much you can write on a post. That’s a real pain in the behind. At first. But it makes you communicate a lot in a short space.
Anyway, I’ve done my feeds. I’m 133 emails to go. And I gotta get out invites to the CES BlogHaus. More on that in a second.
It’s gonna be a late night.
I love the new TechMeme River. It’ll be interesting to see how often I use it compared to old-style TechMeme.
Heheh, I’m not sure what to think when Jason Calacanis says that I’m “out there.”
I guess it’s better than having the local neighborhood committee knock on your door and ask when you are gonna put up Christmas lights (true story, happened while we were in Europe according to Chris Coulter who was staying at our house while we were gone).
Personally I think I haven’t been “out there” enough. I haven’t shared enough about what’s going on at PodTech, for instance. Most of that is just sheer being overwhelmed with email and stuff to do. We just moved into our new offices and I’m feeling out of sorts. More on that later, gotta run to an interview.
Thanks Kris Krug for the great photo of Maryam. More from the Pirillo wedding on his Flickr page.
Speaking of photos, Kris and I talked about Northern Voice. Turns out that’s going to be a BIG photo meetup next year. February 23-24 in Vancouver. If you’re into photography, or you are getting a new digital SLR for Christmas, you will want to be there.
If you can’t make that, come to our Photowalking tour of Sacramento’s Train Museum — December 27th at 1 p.m. Turns out JPG magazine should be there and I have a handful of 8GB flash cards donated by Seagate to hand out as prizes.
What kinds of things will you find on my link blog?
Well, how about this stunning image of El Capitan in Yosemite?
Want more? You’ll need to read John Nack’s blog on the topic (he works for Adobe and is its best blogger that I know of so far).
Eddie Codel is in Europe at the Roboexotica event and sent us some video on GETV. Damn, he got Violet Blue to fill in for Irina AND he gets to see some very cool robots.