Once again we are all gathered together, this time at Apple, for Steve Jobs' Magical Mystery Tour. Dan Farber sits next to me with no WiFi while I zoom out on EVDO.
Steve Gillmor's InfoRouter
Watching That's So Raven with my 5 yr old Ella. It's slowly dawning on me that there are only 5 shows in the can.
I've developed a new spray that detects bullshit. I can't talk too much about the technology until the product launch, but I will demonstrate its usefullness by spraying it on this post by Sam Ruby:Note that there's nothing left to see.
Gillmor Daily has moved into AttentionTech's slot on Sirius, beginning with last week's shows. Monday and Tuesday featured a two part version of my conversation with new Gang regular Mike Arrington.
I'm sitting in the bar of the Argent Hotel with Dan Farber. He's just come from a concluding ODBC panel on open source and (vs) open standards with among others, Bob Sutor and Tim Bray.
Ran into Sun's most authoratative blogger at OSBC this morning: Jim Grisanzio. Although some would point at Tim Bray (too partisan around Atom to sustain deserved linkcred from pre-Sun days) or Simon Phipps (fragmented his Webmink brand into multiple feeds) Jim's combination of OpenSolaris mission and personal naiviete about his cluefullness and the respect it attracts has kept him closer to the sweet spot of disruptive feed generation.
I've been debating how to handle this. Do I just ignore it; i.
I wrote this a few weeks ago before a trip to New York. While getting in and out of cabs or walking down the street, I lost or was relieved of my EVDO card, plunging me back into the darkness that preceded it.
RSS got another big boost today when portals-in-the-headlights AOL and Yahoo? decided they wanted to scrape some vig off of the email stream.
I've invited Mike Arrington to join the Gillmor Gang based on his appearance on this week's show. For some time now, I've struggled with the internal dynamics of the group, beginning with Mike Vizard's slow but steady conversion from (as Dave Slusher so aptly put it) a "CB Radio" trivializer of the RSS wave to co-host of AttentionTech.