Month: October 2007

  • A great quote at the VLAB panel

    Earlier this week, I participated in an MIT-Stanford VLAB event entitled “Introducing the Seventh Sense: Location Awareness”. The VLAB is a volunteer, non-profit organization promoting the growth and success of high-tech entrepreneurial ventures by connecting ideas, technology and people. From my own experience helping out as a volunteer at Mobile Monday NY, I know how […]

  • Cliched quotes I love, #22 & #23

    “The future is here. It’s just not evenly distributed yet.” – William Gibson – as channeled by Tim O’Reilly. “Work like you don’t need the money. Love like you’ve never been hurt. Dance like nobody’s watching.” – Satchel Paige.

  • Google acquires Jaiku

    Congratulations to Jyri and his team. Jaiku is an excellent product and I hope they’ll get better treatment at Elgoog than Dens did. Read all about it here, here and here.

  • A trifle bizarre

    100_6370, originally uploaded by minky sue. My little sister’s picture of a trifle that she made at my parent’s place in Israel shows up in an article about scalable web apps written by Cal Henderson over a year ago. Random coincidence?

  • Upcoming events in October

    I’m going to be speaking at a couple of events later this month – next week Thursday, I’ll be in Chicago at Forrester’s Consumer Forum 2007 on a mobile social panel with Nick Tommarello from Urban Interactive and Vidya Lakshmipathy from Forrester. Here’s how they describe the overall conference: Fueled by cheap devices and pervasive […]