Jon Udell talks with Arthur Van Hoff about the TiVo SDK.Dave Winer marches through Georgia.
Steve Gillmor's InfoRouter
Eric Rudder's talk at VSLive! San Francisco 2005 last week was noteworthy for the crisp performance of the former assistant to Bill Gates.
I had hoped I'd be able to avoid the Chinese water torture Adam Curry, Dave Slusher, David Berlind, Glenn Fleischman and untold others have endured. No such luck.
Susan Mernit and Marc Canter triangulate on Ross Mayfield's musings on personalization versus attention. It took me quite a few paragraphs to crack the Ross code--social networking good, automation bad.
Susan Mernit: This conference is what's going on inside my brain. Hard to summarize, but here's J.
I'm at the Media Center's Emerging Technology, Business and Policy for Senior Executives conference, assembled and moderated by Susan Mernit. Way too much potent stuff to sneak in a blog post.
From the Daily Source Code show notes:Hugo's emailFrom: Hugo Schotman tr>ble>Subject: Podcasting studio setup: about Audio Hijack ProDate: February 3, 2005 9:54:47 AM GMT+00:00To: qcarnicellirogueamoeba.comCc: Adam Curry , dawnanddrewshowgmail.
Talking with Robert Scoble today, he came up with a great idea. I've been encouraging him to podcast and he's been doing some experiments behind the scenes.
Just got an IM from Mary Hodder that Bloglines has been sold to Ask Jeeves. Congratulations to Mark Fletcher, who deserves it.
David Berlind's hat tip to the Verizon/Windows Media Player deal is nicely nuanced as it straddles the fence between a warning and an analyst brief. In just a few short months since ZDNet began blogging and weeks since Berlind began podcasting, the service (and that's what it is) has become a valuable stream of strategic enterprise data.