Went to a BayCHI event last night with an interaction designer friend–Sifry, Butterfield, Paul Rademacher, HousingMaps andThomas Vander Wal, PersonalInfoCloud.com were talking about Web 2.0 and what that means in their word(s).
Audience was packed, many said they were bloggers, only a few of the usual suspects in the audience–and they got kudos for coming down the Peninsula.
More blog posts on the evening here.
P.S. A side note involving food nd burning the candle at both ends::
I was so tired, I left during the Q&A (mainly because I kept falling asleep, and ugh, snoring).
Somehow an hour later there were four emerging tech people at my house, for whom I poured red wine and served olives with rosemary, chevre, manchengo, and oregon blue, along with some herb bread, crackers and veggie spring rolls–followed by al dente linguini with garlic, herbs and oil.
A good time was had by all–till I had to get up at 6:15 this morning.

Went to a BayCHI event last night with an interaction designer friend–Sifry, Butterfield, Paul Rademacher, HousingMaps andThomas Vander Wal, PersonalInfoCloud.com were talking about Web 2.0 and what that means in their word(s).
Audience was packed, many said they were bloggers, only a few of the usual suspects in the audience–and they got kudos for coming down the Peninsula.
More blog posts on the evening here.
P.S. A side note involving food nd burning the candle at both ends::
I was so tired, I left during the Q&A (mainly because I kept falling asleep, and ugh, snoring).
Somehow an hour later there were four emerging tech people at my house, for whom I poured red wine and served olives with rosemary, chevre, manchengo, and oregon blue, along with some herb bread, crackers and veggie spring rolls–followed by al dente linguini with garlic, herbs and oil.
A good time was had by all–till I had to get up at 6:15 this morning.