Have been at eTech since the morning, enjoying the flow of tech folks, social media geeks, and a few just plain media geeks in the halls of the big hotel.
Ben Hammersley gave a good talk on RSS 1.0, 2.0 and Atom that I went to, but it’s been about the hallway a lot–
I got to hang with Caterina Fake, who’s a great conversationalist and fellow book-worm, marvelled at the eTech thing Greg Elin is playing with in the hall, saw Marc Canter,whom I realized, would be great to interview about all these different conferences and their specific flavors, chatted with Gordon Gould of Weblogsinc/BlogSmith and now am banging away on the laptop in the so-called press room, which seeme to be filled with stray programmers.
About to dive in for more.
Hallways, that is.

Have been at eTech since the morning, enjoying the flow of tech folks, social media geeks, and a few just plain media geeks in the halls of the big hotel.
Ben Hammersley gave a good talk on RSS 1.0, 2.0 and Atom that I went to, but it’s been about the hallway a lot–
I got to hang with Caterina Fake, who’s a great conversationalist and fellow book-worm, marvelled at the eTech thing Greg Elin is playing with in the hall, saw Marc Canter,whom I realized, would be great to interview about all these different conferences and their specific flavors, chatted with Gordon Gould of Weblogsinc/BlogSmith and now am banging away on the laptop in the so-called press room, which seeme to be filled with stray programmers.
About to dive in for more.
Hallways, that is.