Lots of interesting posts caused by the Singularity Summit going on today.
I wish I were there, but we’re enjoying our Saturday before baby coming.
Anyone else think that the singularity is coming because of our RSS readers?
Oh, funny, Kevin Schofield (he works up at Microsoft Research) links to a report that subcutaneous RFID chips cause cancer.
So, doesn’t look good for chip implants coming anytime soon.
You know, one of my goals is to have my own personal “FooCamp” every single day of the rest of my life.
Looking at my link blog I’m already there. I have more than 4,000 smart people on my RSS feed that I get to listen to.
Add in my job where I get to have conversations every day.
I have a feeling next week is going to be a great week. Our new son is due. When will Milan arrive? Who knows but he’ll never know a world without feeds. Imagine that.
Patrick, who now is 13, will never know a world without Netscape (now Firefox).
Isn’t it an exciting time to be alive? The world’s smartest people write to you every day.
Or, just watch TED Talks.
Who needs the singularity?
It’s already here, coursing through our RSS aggregators.
UPDATE: Renee Blodget is blogging the Singularity Summit and sharing photos.