Wired Mag: The Civil War Inside Sony.
Adam: "So far this week I've received two requests from respected TV news programs to comment on the 'growing anti-Americanism in Europe.'"
Clippy: "It looks like you're suing Microsoft."
Chris Pirillo started a Paypal account to get Doc a new laptop to replace the one that was stolen.
This Saturday in Los Angeles, Mark Frauenfelder, Heather Havrilesky, Evan Williams, Susannah Breslin, Doc Searls, Tony Pierce will be Live From The Blogosphere.
Wired: "The house is nice, but not ostentatious (well, as unostentatious as a house with a 20-game video arcade can be) with a great view over Silicon Valley," wrote Robert Scoble, who attended one Super Bowl party.
Yahoo's premium services should come with a news aggregator that runs on the desktop, even if you have broadband.
Back in NY, after a lot of waiting at Logan, got snowed in at Boston this morning. Flight got cancelled, but luckily the next one out went. Very cold in NY today. Great live session yesterday followed by Indian food. Donna blogged it. Bob Frankston stole the show as usual, even though I limited him to two comments. Sweet guy. Loves to talk. I got a great welcome in Boston, esp from Harvard, and esp from Berkman people. We're going to have a lot of fun. It's remarkable they haven't shut us down yet. Heh. Almost found a place to live. Next visit that's what I'm going to focus on. A few days now in NY with my parents, and then back to California to sign all the papers on the house sale and get ready for the other side of the big move. I want to drive cross-country, probably in mid-late March. Life is getting exciting. This afternoon I have an appt with an opthamologist to find out if this floater (which isn't really bothering me that much any more) is serious or not. (Postscript: Not serious. Whew.)
Dan Cederholm comments on last night's live session.
Dan Bricklin has pics of last night's meet.
Don Park: "The faces in Dan's pictures are carriers. Scary, huh?"
One of the subjects we talked about last night are rules for an academic institution about weblogs run by students, faculty, staff, alumni, etc. MIT has some rules. It's a good place to begin the discussion.
Frank Field wrote about last night's session last night and today, and Derek Slater comments.
Aaron Johnson also blogged last night's event. In his email he expresses a hope that we'll do it again. We will. I want to do one a month as long as I'm affiliated with the university.
Scott Rosenberg writes: "Since you love spicy noodles I highly recommend the ones you can probably still get at the Yen Ching, right in the middle of Harvard Square on Mass Ave just next to Holyoke Center."
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