Live from Mix

I’m broadcasting live from the Mix BlogZone all day today wearing my hat with a video camera on it. The connection speed is great, so video quality is fine.

UPDATE: they are just starting to show demos at the keynote which is also being streamed live at VisitMix.com.

UPDATE2: we have the CEO of SmugMug, Dave Winer, a few Microsofties, and other devs and we’ll tear apart the keynote after it’s done.

Author: Robert Scoble

Scoble gives you a front-row seat on the future. Especially on platforms that use the fourth user interface, spatial computing, like virtual reality or mixed reality that will come soon thanks to his own front-row seat as entrepreneur in residence at UploadVR.com and his past experience as futurist at Rackspace. Best place to find Scoble? On his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scobletechnology/

Comments

  1. hey Robert, if you run into the Silverlight people, tell them to do a better job with the installer.

    It doesn’t uninstall earlier betas, so you get stuck with a “WPF/e” plugin AND a “Silverlight” plugin.

    Good times.

  2. hey Robert, if you run into the Silverlight people, tell them to do a better job with the installer.

    It doesn’t uninstall earlier betas, so you get stuck with a “WPF/e” plugin AND a “Silverlight” plugin.

    Good times.

  3. I know that the video feed depends on the Internet connection so I guess Robert’s mobile connection isn’t so reliable.

    The video and audio is very slow and poor. I’m pretty sure it isn’t my connection issue as I’m on a solid DS3 connection to the Internet.

    I like the expierement though. How many more years before this will be common place? Man to think of what technology will be when our kids are grown. Maybe ustream should have a way for you to throttle the video so you don’t sacrifice the audio.

  4. I know that the video feed depends on the Internet connection so I guess Robert’s mobile connection isn’t so reliable.

    The video and audio is very slow and poor. I’m pretty sure it isn’t my connection issue as I’m on a solid DS3 connection to the Internet.

    I like the expierement though. How many more years before this will be common place? Man to think of what technology will be when our kids are grown. Maybe ustream should have a way for you to throttle the video so you don’t sacrifice the audio.

  5. Despite the audio stream being a bit choppy, it was still a great experience to be “in the room”. Thanks for taking the time and effort to set it up, Robert.

  6. Despite the audio stream being a bit choppy, it was still a great experience to be “in the room”. Thanks for taking the time and effort to set it up, Robert.