Last night the neighborhood was like a war zone. The local city sells fireworks. Not the safe-and-sane variety either. The kind that goes hundreds of feet in the air. We survived. Had lots of fun with the neighbors, though.
I see that PT posted another one of his geek projects over at Make Magazine: how to GPS Tag photos with Flickr, Mappr, Google Earth.
That Channel 9 Guy sure gets around. Here he's in Europe, hanging out with Betsy Aoki and friends (Clemens Vasters takes him drinking? Whoa? Developer of Das Blog! I'm jealous of the guy!)
Oh, is TechED going on in Europe? Yeah!
Actually, I'm inspired by Adam Curry's CastBlaster. It's the ugliest app I've used recently, but my son and I used it last night to record a podcast and it just worked. Heh, maybe I'm too easily inspired.
Steve Rubel reports that CNET quietly opened a photo tagging site to compete with Flickr. CNET's Web Shots is already a photo powerhouse with a lot more users than Flickr had when it was acquired by Yahoo. It'll be interesting to watch how this all works out.
Weather forecast for Hell: cold and colder today.
Why do I say that? Well, I was just over at Molly Holzschlag's site and she has the news that Microsoft is working with the Web Standards Project.
Seriously, congrats to everyone involved. Hope this collaboration brings us some good stuff for developers. The official WaSP news is on their site.