Steve Ball brings us news that the startup sound in Windows Vista will be optional. Thus ending one of the biggest controversies on my blog in recent memory (more than 700 comments on a single post).
OK, looks like everything is going well so we should be up and running sometime Monday evening with the ScobleShow. If you missed it, here’s a teaser for the first day’s show. Included here are Jonathan Schwartz, CEO of Sun Microsystems, Don MacAskill, CEO of SmugMug, Jeremy Wright, CEO of B5 Media, Thomas Hawk, photographer, Andrew Field, CEO of Printing for Less, Steve Gillmor calls my cell phone, Geoffrey Arone, cofounder Flock, Joe Krauss, CEO of JotSpot, among others. Starting to sound like an interesting show. If it doesn’t kill me first.
Maryam’s driving, I’m answering email. Seems that’s the best time to answer email these days. Today was really busy. Scrapblog is awesome. Like a cross between desktop publishing software and WordPress. Photographers are going to love it. Jajah is awesome too. But can’t say much more cause they aren’t allowed to talk until they show their new stuff off at Demo next week.
Anyway, I see a few of my favorite readers are tired of me talking about HP. OK, heard and understood. I won’t write any more about HP unless something dramatic happens.
Why do I love Blip.TV (a great videoblogging service)? The CEO, Mike Hudack just posted his cell phone number and said “call me if you have any trouble.” He didn’t do this to just me, but everyone in the videoblogging mailing list. Imagine if every CEO did that.