I’m broadcasting live from the Mix BlogZone all day today wearing my hat with a video camera on it. The connection speed is great, so video quality is fine.
UPDATE: they are just starting to show demos at the keynote which is also being streamed live at VisitMix.com.
UPDATE2: we have the CEO of SmugMug, Dave Winer, a few Microsofties, and other devs and we’ll tear apart the keynote after it’s done.
Exclusive Video. eBay just shipped its new “To Go” widget that you can put on your blog. Mike Arrington at TechCrunch has the details.
By noon today I’ll have an auction up where I’ll be selling an iPod and three hats with the proceeds to go to Diabetes Research.
The images are pouring in by the dozens from today’s Dream Machines event. Steve Jurvetson (famous venture capitalist, he was the VC behind Hotmail, among others) and Jim Louderback (editor in chief of PC Magazine) have both posted images on that tag. Jim had his cute son along today and Thomas Hawk (Zooomr’s CEO) was managing to shoot with one hand and keep his two kids in tow with the other.
Why do I love Flickr? Because of the community of photographers that’s on there. I can quickly figure out a tag to find things and then hundreds of images show up. I just tried Zooomr and Photobucket. Only Flickr has images that come up for “dreammachines.”
Thank you Flickr for bringing me event coverage like this.
What about you? What’s your favorite photosharing site? SmugMug also gets high ratings, but its strength is more in its private groups than in its public sharing. But what do you think?
UPDATE: I do love Thomas Hawk’s Zooomr stream and he says that yesterday’s shoot was his favorite so far.