Archive for November 13, 2009
For those of you that read my last piece, I attended Jeff Pulver’s 140 Character Conference in Los Angeles. And while the action was flying on stage by day, it was sizzling by night. In both cases, the tweets were non-stop. Apparently, all 140 characters are still geeks at heart.
The first night there was conference-sponsored “cocktail” party at the Kodak theater lobby and then an informal after-party at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel across the street. The cocktail party surprised everyone by being a cash bar, literally as their credit card machine was broken. They did furnish a few bits of cheese, crackers and a pile of hummus. The somewhat sparsely attended event did give me an opportunity to meet a Google Wave celebrity, Dr. Wave aka Gregory D’Alesandre. Read the rest of this entry »
I’d been bouncing around a post on this topic mentally for a few weeks, but as usual things get in the way. But when a post from superstar Chris Brogan declaring not content, but rather relationships “King” and a counter-post (though not referencing Brogan’s) appeared on Chris Illuminati’s blog declaring content King it was time to, as they say, open a vein and bleed on the page.
Declaring either content or relationships as King implies that either can stand alone. After all, in a monarchy the King rules — his will is law (and in some cases religious doctrine). This is certainly the exception, not the rule. It’s a triumvirate folks. Read the rest of this entry »