The geek wedding of the decade

We’re traveling today to Seattle to attend what could be the geek wedding of the decade: Chris and Ponzi’s wedding.

Forget the wedding registry. I want to know what the tag is gonna be!

How about: pirillowedding? The good thing about that tag is there’s nothing on Google yet about it.

For the next few days I’ll keep up my link blog if I can, but won’t be doing much blogging.

Over on ScobleShow we’ll post something new everyday. Today is a three-minute demo of Pando Networks, which has a cool way to send huge files to other people. Hey, who said I couldn’t do short videos?

Just a reminder: no one pays to get on ScobleShow except for my main sponsor, Seagate. So, thanks to Seagate I get to bring all these cool technology companies to you to show off their wares.

37 thoughts on “The geek wedding of the decade

  1. robert, what do you define as “geek”? i have a hard time calling anyone who doesn’t code or do something fairly technical a geek.

    i also don’t think leo laporte, that mossberg guy, or any other famous people who write about technology are geeks, either.

    robert, you should learn ruby or python.

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  2. robert, what do you define as “geek”? i have a hard time calling anyone who doesn’t code or do something fairly technical a geek.

    i also don’t think leo laporte, that mossberg guy, or any other famous people who write about technology are geeks, either.

    robert, you should learn ruby or python.

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  3. Warren: a geek in my book is anyone who is super passionate about technology. Extra points if you code, but that’s not necessary.

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  4. Warren: a geek in my book is anyone who is super passionate about technology. Extra points if you code, but that’s not necessary.

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  5. Warren — I can’t code much either, but technology is my passion, and there’s nothing about which I’d rather write or talk. I consider myself a geek.

    I don’t agree that in order to be a geek one must know how to code.

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  6. Warren — I can’t code much either, but technology is my passion, and there’s nothing about which I’d rather write or talk. I consider myself a geek.

    I don’t agree that in order to be a geek one must know how to code.

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  7. Robert,

    I wrote an article tagged “PirilloWedding” at http://www.opendomain.org/2006/12/08/pirillowedding/ but the pingback did not seem to work. We linked directly to pirillo.com so now it is the number 1 in a Google search, but my page is #3! I did not expect that – I thought this was a great meme to understand pageRank (sort of ‘like nigritude ultramarine’) Google responded alot quicker than I though for this search- I am very impressed with their search engine. Yahoo has good results, but MSN still stinks.

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  8. Robert,

    I wrote an article tagged “PirilloWedding” at http://www.opendomain.org/2006/12/08/pirillowedding/ but the pingback did not seem to work. We linked directly to pirillo.com so now it is the number 1 in a Google search, but my page is #3! I did not expect that – I thought this was a great meme to understand pageRank (sort of ‘like nigritude ultramarine’) Google responded alot quicker than I though for this search- I am very impressed with their search engine. Yahoo has good results, but MSN still stinks.

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  9. My son would be thrilled with a good way to send big files! He is sending whole universes these days–Battlefront 2 worlds, anyway. Doing it via dialup is ridiculously painful. Would this new thing be of any use to those of us living in the dark ages (dialup)?

    Mary, mom to a million…(not quite)

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  10. My son would be thrilled with a good way to send big files! He is sending whole universes these days–Battlefront 2 worlds, anyway. Doing it via dialup is ridiculously painful. Would this new thing be of any use to those of us living in the dark ages (dialup)?

    Mary, mom to a million…(not quite)

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