1004 following me to SXSW

Aaarrgghhh, I left my cell phone at home by accident. Maryam is mad cause she can’t call me (neither can you, sorry). But there’s always Twitter. Here at SJC (we’re in the airport on the “nerd bird” as Irina Slutsky calls it) there’s geeks sitting on the floor Twittering each other. The Google Blogger team is here too (just saw Eric Case in line). Ahh, it’s going to be fun.

Oh, just got a new Photowalking up (this time another part of Stanford Linear Accelerator — tour guide is Bebo White, one of the team that built the first US Web site). Just visit ScobleShow to find the two videos. It already got Slashdotted.

Anyway, in just the past few days hundreds have joined Twitter and I now have 1004 followers. You can follow TwitterClub, ScobleStyle on my “with friends” page.

See ya Wednesday. In the meantime you can watch my Twitter account.

123 thoughts on “1004 following me to SXSW

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  2. Boy, yet another Webby 2.0 service that can’t seem to scale. Twitter’s broke on the homefront. Web 2.0 — a presentational layer masking underlining infrastructure problems.

    And geesh, does not Bruce Sterling have a split personality? This ones a real gem however (as predicted).

    http://www.theregister.com/2007/03/14/sterling_sxsw/

    “The technology portion of the SXSW music and movie festival has been overrun by the easily impressed and gullible. A fine example of this comes from the constant obsession with Twitter at the show – an application that lets you tell the world when you’ve taken a pee or made a cup of coffee.”

  3. Boy, yet another Webby 2.0 service that can’t seem to scale. Twitter’s broke on the homefront. Web 2.0 — a presentational layer masking underlining infrastructure problems.

    And geesh, does not Bruce Sterling have a split personality? This ones a real gem however (as predicted).

    http://www.theregister.com/2007/03/14/sterling_sxsw/

    “The technology portion of the SXSW music and movie festival has been overrun by the easily impressed and gullible. A fine example of this comes from the constant obsession with Twitter at the show – an application that lets you tell the world when you’ve taken a pee or made a cup of coffee.”

  4. Boy, yet another Webby 2.0 service that can’t seem to scale. Twitter’s broke on the homefront. Web 2.0 — a presentational layer masking underlining infrastructure problems.

    And geesh, does not Bruce Sterling have a split personality? This ones a real gem however (as predicted).

    http://www.theregister.com/2007/03/14/sterling_sxsw/

    “The technology portion of the SXSW music and movie festival has been overrun by the easily impressed and gullible. A fine example of this comes from the constant obsession with Twitter at the show – an application that lets you tell the world when you’ve taken a pee or made a cup of coffee.”

  5. Cool. c: I’ve never left my cell phone at home…but I figure it must be a bit weird not to have it around after probably being used to having it.
    It might be a bit bizarre, but I’ve only just heard of Twitter now, myself. Hmmm. It doesn’t seem to be that big here in the Philippines.
    In any case, cool blog c:

  6. Cool. c: I’ve never left my cell phone at home…but I figure it must be a bit weird not to have it around after probably being used to having it.
    It might be a bit bizarre, but I’ve only just heard of Twitter now, myself. Hmmm. It doesn’t seem to be that big here in the Philippines.
    In any case, cool blog c:

  7. Cool. c: I’ve never left my cell phone at home…but I figure it must be a bit weird not to have it around after probably being used to having it.
    It might be a bit bizarre, but I’ve only just heard of Twitter now, myself. Hmmm. It doesn’t seem to be that big here in the Philippines.
    In any case, cool blog c:

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