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Steve Gillmor's InfoRouter
Now that BloggerCon is over, I'm going to start releasing some of the backlog of Attention Deficit Theatre and Gillmor Gangs that have built up. Those who, like me, stayed in bed this morning and listened to the ConCast were treated to a remarkable string of interesting stuff, none of which would I want to compete with for your attention but rather support by suggesting you listen to the podcast versions available on the BloggerCon site.
A few months ago Hugh Macleod of GapingVoid fame joined the Gillmor Gang. Mike Arrington suggested Hugh produce a widget, and now he's gone and done it, as Mike reports on TechCrunch today.
Sitting in the back row at BloggerCon. Phil Torrone makes me feel old (in a good way) with his bouncy enthusiasm and MMOG vibe.
The last few days have seen a real ramp up of attention/gesture stuff. The combination of Bloggercon and Supernova this week and Gnomedex next week have brought many of the constituents of the so-called Attention Economy into view.
With my family visiting the in-laws in Charleston, I'm alone here with dog, 3 cats, and 3 (I hope that's the right number) fish. On Friday I got up late and went down to Podshow for the Fubar Friday company get-together.
From Pinhead Gang Part III comments: Gentlemen, thank you for those moments on the show when you bring real insights to my understanding of our technological society.Today's show reminds me of something I heard on the radio yesterday, "One day older, one day closer to making up crap.
I am happy to say I am speaking at Gnomedex 6 in Seattle.
The complaints about the advertising on Gillmor Gang and Daily continue in the comments. I thought I'd post here to consolidate and try and explain why I'm doing it this way.
Scoble - Setting The Record Straight So Robert Scoble is leaving Microsoft. He's been able to de-mystify Microsoft without being dishonest and without behaving like a shill.
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.
I've been trying to avoid participating in this year's Gnomedex for some time now, but a few days ago things became more difficult when Chris, Ponzi, Scoble, and Maryam called me from a joy ride in Maryam's new car. (Note: trolls should already be moving down to the comment section or, more wisely, clicking off to less elitest and more page-view oriented material elsewhere on the Net.
Snappy the Clam:Attention deficit » Memo to Bill Gates | Steve Gillmor's InfoRouter | ZDNet.com Head on over for the amusing spectacle of watching the flop sweat start to break out on Steve "Murrow" Gillmor's face as he tries a Hail Mary play out of the Winer playbook.
Bill -I know you don't read Dear Bill memos in the media as a rule of thumb, which is why the last time I wrote one of these it was addressed to Steve Ballmer, not you. Then the subject was RSS, and the need to embrace it.
First Dave Winer highlights the one sentence in this blog that actually seemed to sound positive. You know, the angry old man, etc.