Back from London

I haven’t got time to blog all the fun stuff we did and saw in England. You can see my whole photo album on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rubyji/sets/72157600875310120/ Update: Brian made a short video of the trip. It’s a good compliment to the photos. Read on for a quick list of what we did and selected photos …

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Off to PDF

These days, folks interested in how the Internet is affecting politics have more than one conference to choose from. My pick for the very best in this increasingly crowded field is the Personal Democracy Forum. The web site and annual conference were founded by Micah Sifry and Andrew Rasiej several years ago. My only major …

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Twitter

Brian got me to sign up for this thing called Twitter, brought you by the talented developers of Odeo and other good stuff. You send short text messages from your phone or a web form, and then it updates your friends as well as the public timeline. It looks like the designers were playing a …

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The honeymooners

As some people have noticed, Brian and I got married last weekend. A lot of people said it was one of the most fun and meaningful weddings they have ever attended – I hope this is an indicator of what our marriage will be like, too. 🙂 Now we’re off to our honeymoon in Merida, …

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Meet me in the hallway

Some conferences will allow participants to get online by providing a wireless network. Sometimes you can get that wifi to work, sometimes you can get power for your laptop. Another way that NetSquared is different from most conferences is that as we checked in we were given a personalized access key for the secure wifi, …

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