At 9 a.m. today we’ll be at the Half Moon Bay airport to see Dream Machines (gates open at 10 a.m., but we’ll get there early cause parking is going to be difficult). Thomas Hawk and several others like Jim Louderback, editor-in-chief of PC Magazine, will be there to film a photowalking. My cell phone is 425-205-1921, give me a call when you show up and we’ll figure out how to join up (2,000 machines will be there, so it’ll be a bit hard to find each other).
Today’s actually a busy one. In addition to doing the Photowalking (I’ll be there until about 1 p.m.) I have to drive Patrick to the Apple store in SF, then home to Petaluma, and then I’ll be taking off for the Mix conference where Microsoft is expected to open source part of its new Silverlight, at least according to InfoWorld. Anyway, hope you understand why I won’t update the link blog or anything else until tomorrow night (although I’m up to date right now, and notice that I’m reading even more feed items than usual — 33,000 in past 30 days according to Google Reader).
Oh, on Monday at 9 a.m. Pacific Time I’ll have some Web 2.0 news from eBay and starting around that time I’ll also be broadcasting live on Ustream.tv with my live video camera — I’ll do that from around 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Mix in the BlogZone there. Come by and say hi and you’ll get on the Internet live.