1:20PM Pacific: I'm outtahere. See you in Davos!
Outline of my presentation for Thursday.
Mike Jamieson has a Flash Generator page that's authored using Manila. Wow. I wish I had time to savor this, I know it would taste very sweet. Thanks Mike!
6:55AM Pacific. I am able to get thru to the DavosNewbies site.
Here's a draft of the press release we'll run late tonight Pacific, early morning in Europe. You see it first, a Scripting News exclusive! (Until someone else points to it. And please do, of course. We're very proud of our participation in this site.)
Status report on the WAP commentary channel in Davos.
UserLand.Com: The software behind DavosNewbies.
7:25AM Pacific. Lance is getting through too.
Just got a note from Lance. He can't get thru to the site either and it's driving him crazy. (Me too!) And to make matters worse, Dan Gillmor is already in Davos, and is skiing today! I'm so jealous. I think I'm going to get a job working for the SJ Merc.
I raised the question of doing a live presentation in Europe after Davos and before heading to Boston. Lots of great invites. Thanks! However, with all the speaking and traveling I wanted a few days just for me in Europe, so I decided *not* to do a live session in Europe this trip. I'm coming back in May for WWW9 in Amsterdam, that gives us more time to plan and I'll be more relaxed for sure.
Robot Wisdom is doing something really excellent. He's got a webcam of the hour front and center on his home page. Today's trip is to Montreal. What a great idea. Hat's off to JB.
More excellent links on Qube Quorner.
James Vornov: "People like me just keep buying stocks. This year I've moved my money around a great deal because of volatility. But my money is joining that of many others chasing the best valuations in the market. My money is unlikely to go out of the market."
Zope Newbies has pictures from the Python Conference in Washington DC.
MSNBC: Gore/Bush Win in Iowa. Slick, stiff and dishonest still sell. Money money money. Why did you vote for Bush? "We thought he could win." Oy!
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