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Group of attendees for a Microsoft marketing event pose with Bill Gates
Had a blast hanging out at Lunch 2.0 down at Hitachi Data Systems today. Jeremiah Owyang was our host and had a very succesful turnout. All in more than 200 people showed up to check out a bunch of great companies.
It was good catching up with lots of great friends. Gabe Rivera from TechMeme was there and Robert Scoble (who plans on releasing the video of our photo walk over at PodTech probably next week). Andy Frazer, one of my favorite photographers, came by and we got to talk a little bit about some of the night photography he's been doing lately. Andy is amazing and you should definitely check out his work. Vic Podcaster did an interview with Kristopher and me about Zooomr. Laughing Squid Scott Beale was there with his camera in tow. Shel Israel got a great meta shot of me shooting some laughing squid stickers. And a bunch of great companies Box.net, Riya, Zvents, Zazzle and my favorite music service Pandora just to name a few.
It was great talking to Tom Conrad about Pandora and learning more about why and how it works. Pandora is a kick ass music service and my favorite place to listen to music right now.
There were so many great people and I know I left a ton out.
We had a great time showing people Zooomr and talking about the future of photo sharing in general.
People seemed to really like the Zooomr feature of showing who was in a photo as well as our Portals and geotagging features.
I uploaded a few shots of the event as it was happening but have a ton more to still edit and post later on tonight. Here is my initial small set that will be a lot bigger hopefully later tonight.
Thanks again to Jeremiah and Hitachi Data Systems for being such gracious hosts and for providng the great free lunch.
Yes, we all dig the google cafeteria (well, one of them). I'm sure we'll eat at a different one tomorrow.
We went to some hot springs up in the Andes this weekend, I am now very sunburned, in December. There's a first time for everything.
This was the meeting that made RelMeAuth real.
After Jeff Lindsay and I tweeted about it (1(t), 2, 3(t)) the previous evening, and discussed the basics over dinner with fellow microformatters, Jeff and Paul Tarjan went off and coded a working RelMeAuth library and prototype client in Python. Less than 36 hours from concept to proof-of-concept. A couple of months later I wrote up the RelMeAuth details on the microformats.org wiki.
And now we have a working PHP library and prototype as well: tantek.com/relmeauth/ (thanks to Matt Harris and yours truly).
At the 68 Middle Street launch and Clearleft 8th birthday party.
Photo by Andrew Robert Fox.
photo op after lessig reading in sf
thanks bslatkin for this www.flickr.com/photos/brettalicious/3198886472/
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I swear Tantek and Jeremy are long-lost cousins or something. When they get together, it's like a vortex of geekery. It's really rather cute.
The left half (right half from stage perspective) of room 18ABCD. Please tag & note yourself, and add yourself to the list of those attending The Growth and Evolution of Microformats at SXSW 2007.
Simon Willison referees a game of Werewolf in the evening of Day 1.