Our Channel 9 interview with Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's CEO, is now up. I was nervous! Jeff Sandquist said I was shaking. Luckily I had a tripod so you couldn't see that!But, it was a fun interview and is already seeing very high traffic and lots of fun comments.
By the way, yesterday we had Kim Cameron on Channel 9. He's putting a lot of work into building an industry identity standard and is doing some of the deepest thinking in the industry around identity.
Memeorandum is a great place to go during high-traffic news stories. It puts the major headline news out there, but adds what bloggers are saying about that news.
Before I head to work, I have to note that Motion Computing announced a new 8.4 inch Tablet PC today. This one is getting rave reviews from people who've had their hands on it.
Here's Engadget's picture and report.
Blog Herald: Blogs covering the frontline.
Is this the first disaster that has a ton of blogging coverage?
Search Engine watch has news sources for London bombings.
BBC News: In pictures: London blasts.
The Times (of London): Timeline of blasts.
BBC News: Eyewitnesses tell of travel hell.
There's a Flickr photo page here.
More links on London bombings:
My former boss, Lenn Pryor, is in London and his Skype name says "I'm OK." His report is on his blog.
CNN: Minute-by-minute account.
Terrorism Unveiled: Terrorist Attack in London.
Guardian Unlimited: 33 dead in London blasts.
I woke up this morning to an email from Peter Nixey. He said he is covering the London bombings on his blog. My heart fell, the same way it fell when I first heard about the 9/11 bombings. It's gonna be a dark day. I met him last month at the London geek dinner that Hugh Macleod held for me.
What a week for London. First they get the 2012 Olympics, now this.
Anyway, other places discussing the bombings?
Dave Winer's blog. He has links to the BBC articles.
Glenn Reynolds' Instapundit. Tons of links.