So, I’m about to leave for San Francisco to attend the Digg party and I just visited Upcoming.org (this is the best place I’ve found to find geek events around the world to attend). Sure enough the Digg party is on the home page. But what else is there? A new design. Pretty nice!
No, I’m not going to Twitter from the party. But I’m sure someone will. 600 geeks and freaks are expected to attend.
The Pulitzer Prize for feature photography goes to Renée C. Byer of the Sacramento Bee. I dare you to look at her work and not cry. Start with the first photo and read the text with each photo (easy to miss cause you have to scroll to read it).
Thanks to Thomas Hawk for linking to this.
Rafe Needleman, Josh Lowensohn, and Erica Ogg rated their five most favorite things for CNET, from the Web 2.0 Expo.
I’d add to their lists “Zude” which will be out in early May. It’s a Web service, sort of like MySpace, but that goes way beyond. You can drag and drop things around, and a lot more. TechCrunch wrote that up.
I asked lots of people what their favorites were, and Spock (a personal search engine) was the answer I heard most.
What was the best stuff you saw (if you went)?