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Another one for the Laughing Lemur Contest.

Somebody had to do it. :)

Find lemur's way in São Paulo.

O'Reilly's first book cover in full color. The book arrived this morning, hu-hu!

Lemur says: mouse over us.

Wish this happened more often, I was trying to find the Hippodrome and the only thing I knew about it was that it was by the Arcadian Centre in Chinatown.


But I hadn't come out for lipstick.

Harder to find that I thought. Requested it over a month ago from my library via ILL. Perhaps there are more lessons to learn.

The official lemur t-shirt from O'Reilly Media.

In case you lost your sense of direction when you saw that the UM Museum of Art is currently a construction site...

"Ambient findability is about being able to find anyone or anything at any time or from any place. But this isn't necessarily a goal. It's a situation. There are many times when people or things don't want to be found."


@ O'Reilly's Emerging Technology Conference

...listen to Coverville

With the American Peso and the speed of delivery, there's hardly any reason anymore not to get your English books from the US.

Taken at the Stanford Bookstore.


Interestingly, it wasn't on the shelves yet. It was on a cart in one of the aisles. I asked the clerk where it would normally be shelved. First she though e-business (I wasn't aware people still used that term), then she noticed that the back cover listed technology / marketing and computers. She pondered for a bit longer and decided that she wasn't sure. "Probably e-business."

Waiting in line for the marvellous coffee and photographing the official photographer photographing Peter Morville's book signing at the Intergen stand.

Peter Morville spoke about ambient findability.

This is where the madness happens

Good to catch up on your reading after a long day at the conference

This one was taken in a Borders in Boston. It was filed under science/technology and came right after Kurzweil's The Age of Spiritual Machines and Lessig's The Future of Ideas.