For those who are tuning in to the power of their attention, or want to use the thread as a way of attracting some of it for themselves, please join me and AttentionTrust executive director Ed Batista and board chairman Seth Goldstein via video from Root Galactic Headquarters in New York, at the BayCHI Attention event at Xerox Parc in Palo Alto Tuesday the 10th (tomorrow) at 7:30p.
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Just released the new Gillmor Gang. While listening, here's a parlor game for your enjoyment: match the consultants with the anti-Google Pack rhetoric.
Nick Carr's latest post is a perfect example of a neutral gesture, one that sets up a transitional premise as the root of an alleged fundamental game-changer. As a gesture, it is still useful to those who view Nick's conservative optimist-baiting as treading water.
Last Friday Doc Searls called to order another caucus of the Identity Gang on the last Gillmor Gang of '05, reprising the original gathering on New Year's Eve '04. As Doc notes in his ghosted shownotes, there was some interesting news about progress.
Pardon me while I kick myself all over the place. I just sat down to mix the latest Gillmor Daily, a 45 minute conversation with Adam Curry looking back and forward at the cusp of the new year.
Leave it to Dave Winer, in his conversation with Berkman's John Palfrey, to remind us of the innate power of the RSS revolution. Listen to the Morning Coffee Notes and let your mind wander.
Yesterday we recorded Identity Gang II with most of the people Doc Searls gathered together a year ago. A few couldn't make it, including Dave WIner, Marc Canter, and Craig Burton, but others who have joined in over the past year did.
Tom Foremski replies in comments to my suggestion that he snuck behind a click wall (aka partial text feed) the other day: News Discussion: One more time TalkBack 1 of 1: Thanks for the mention Steve :-) It's an old trick to bring *attention* but I'm a newbie, so you got me-won't be doing that again.
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Leo is dead. As is more and more common these days, I was informed of the sad news by Dave Winer on Scripting News, first as a Web Clip and then within Rojo.
Zawodny's partial feed strikes again: was chatting with some fellow Yahoos after Doc's closing keynote at the Syndicate Conference tonight when I learned something amusing. Apparently Jonathan Schwartz said that the Yahoo!
I was in a conversation last night where the subject turned to Office and whether it's dead or not. You know, the good old Notes is Dead micromeme that I pushed out into the world way back when Ray Ozzie was not the Prince of Redmond.
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I may be wrong, but it appears that Tom Foremski has snuck behind the partial text wall in search of page views. Here's the post from Rojo: Tom Foremski, Silicon Valley Watcher There's no doubt about it, Google's patina of goodwill is being dissolved away.
I'm in New York for some events that I may or may not be able to talk about. As a result I won't be attending an event in California that is clearly off the record.