Gang Reforms for Reunion Tour

Summary:Recorded an Attention Deficit Theatre today, and with just a few minutes to go, Doc and I noticed that what had actually occurred was a Gillmor Gang. So I'll mix this one and skip over last week's show with Hugh MacLeod to run this one this weekend.

Recorded an Attention Deficit Theatre today, and with just a few minutes to go, Doc and I noticed that what had actually occurred was a Gillmor Gang. So I'll mix this one and skip over last week's show with Hugh MacLeod to run this one this weekend. That makes 2 shows that may never see the light ofair. Something called Vlogercon starts tomorrow but it's sold out. Maybe I can sneak in as Dave Winer, who registered. Watched Alex Barnett on Ziff Davis DevSource talking attention--nice to be credited but I knew nothing about Goldhaber until Seth Goldstein introduced me to his work last year. Seth's partitioned conversation with MG has finally cracked open the treasure chest of the Goldhaber brilliance. Of course, I had to go back to the first post before I started to get it. Never said I was smart, just right.

Had a bunch of great meetings with Ted Nadeau of Root on some mutual strategic planning with GestureBank (a million clicks and clicking) and other Attention 2.0 players, first in NY and late this week on the phone. Adam Curry and I will record Gillmor Daily this Sunday on the subject of user-generated advertising (are you listening Mr. Evil Genius?) and Doc and I will record another ADT Monday. Wednesday is Under the Radar, and the following week is BloggerCon, which I must have signed up for in my sleep. Dave and I will be doing some Gillmor Dailys starting a few days before the 'Con, and will likely continue through and on to Gnomedex.

Favorite line from the new Gang: You could hear a pinhead drop. [Doc Searls] 

Topics: Tech Industry

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