Tag, you're it. Here's the tag for the Supernova conference that starts today in San Francisco: supernova2005.
With that I'm off to bed. I see lots of other bloggers here are staying up late to post stuff too.
Well, I'm off to bed, but one more link. There's always one more link, right?
Hey, what about MSN?
Sigh, Microsoft opens another cool but lame site. Cool cause it's for digital photographers. Lame cause it doesn't have an RSS feed. After Gnomedex these kinds of lame sites will look even lamer! When will Microsoft's marketing departments get the memo? EVERY site MUST have RSS from now on. Got it? No? Pay attention to Dean Hachamovitch's keynote at Gnomedex, OK? He runs the IE team.
Speaking of Gnomedex, Danny Ayers points to the Gnomedex 5.0 feeds. Sigh. See how this works? All the cool kids are doing feeds.
Gaston Milano ported his XamlViewer to Whidbey Beta 2 (for those of you who aren't into Microsoft lingo, that's the code name for the next version of Visual Studio).
Note to my son Patrick: check out the Samsung player that Ken Levy has. See, it's smaller than the iPod. It lets you subscribe to music services like Yahoo's or Napster's, which means you can get unlimited music for
$15 $9.95 a month (I'll pay for that) and it has an FM receiver too, so you can listen to radio. Oh, and it has a screen too, while the iPod Shuffle doesn't.
Oh, and you sure you don't really want a Sony Playstation instead? I love how Ken puts videos on his.
Chandu Thota (he works on MSN's mapping team) takes us a little closer to a virtual earth: MSN Local is Live!
Alex Barnett links to a bunch of reactions.
Steve Rubel is reporting that some NFL and NHL teams are distributing a customized RSS aggregator. Now, that's a way to build a relationship with your best customers.
I just saw this on the MAKE Blog: EFF: 48 Hours to Stop the Broadcast Flag.
"Think the Broadcast Flag is dead? EFF is warning that Hollywood is trying to sneak the broadcast flag into law as an amendment to a massive appropriations bill. 'If what we hear is true, the provision will be introduced before a subcommittee tomorrow and before the full appropriations committee on Thursday. That gives us 48 hours to stop it."
Buzz Bruggeman just showed me this site: Parmedia.org is participatory media -- where the people are the producers, editors, and consumers of information.