I just got back into Atlanta this afternoon. I apologize for not updating sooner, but will be doing a bunch of posting this evening. I’m still reeling from my SXSW experience.
It’s absurd to think that I could possibly capture the things and conversations I have experienced over the last few days. I’m enjoying things quite a bit, and have met so many people I knew only online over the last few days.
Inevitably, the posting of the many many pictures I have taken will have to wait for my return to Atlanta and high speed Internet access. In the meantime, you can see some great pictures on Matt’s site (including my now famous clown nose shot) and on Paul’s site.
A couple of things worth blogging, first 64 new Audion faces were released this morning, and second, I saw an app so powerful two days ago that I will be buying a Palm VII as soon as I can.
I’m at the end of my first day here, and I’m really enjoying things so far. I got to talk with Harry from Ain’t It Cool about the Lord of the Rings movies. I went out to lunch/dinner with Matt and Brad. I also met Nikolai, Heather, the guys from Deep Leap, Cam from Camworld and Judith. Everyone is interesting. It should make for an interesting group dynamic when the rest of the crew arrives tomorrow.
I’m in Austin. I arrived late last night after my flight was delayed twice by my good friends at Delta Airlines.
i-drive announced “infinite space” today. What this actually means is that, when you sideload content from their partners, you can sideload as much as you want. So it’s technically infinite, but in reality it’s not.
Volume One has some seriously cool Flash content.
Today will probably be a really light day as far as updates go. I’ve got a lot of things to finish up and square away at the office, and at the end of the workday, I’m flying to Austin.
I’m excited about SXSW, but a little down on myself today. I make really bad decisions at times, and have a hard time forgiving myself for them.
Weblog Nation: It’s a jjg joint yo so you know it gots to be good.
One nice thing about Ad Critic is that it gives me a chance to see all the slick negative campaign ads that the candidates are running in other states.
Harry over at Ain’t It Cool got to see the Lord of the Rings footage…
Tom Green’s Bum Bum Song is available on MP3.com. There are also a bunch of remixes listed in the lower right hand corner of the page.
Never Cry Wolf, one of my favorite book and movie combinations of all time, has been released on DVD.
Connectix has started shipping the Virtual Game Station Playstation emulator for Windows. If it’s as good as the Macintosh version, this is a must buy for gamers.
I’ve long been frustrated by Apple’s online sales policies, so this move is a step in the right direction.
My surfing patterns have changed quite a bit because of weblogs.com and linkwatcher. Now I check them first when I have a few minutes to surf. I used to go through my link list to the right two or three times a day to see if things had been updated, now I only do it once.
Salon has an interesting two part article(both parts are now up) on Romero’s Daikatana development. Seems like it’s been in development forever.
I don’t know if I never noticed it before the redesign or if it was added when they redesigned, but the news section on the kaliber 10000 site amounts to a Weblog. I’ve started following it everyday, and they have been pointing at some really interesting stuff.
Editor and Publisher: Weblogs: From Underground to Mainstream
I suppose I should say something about yesterday’s primaries and results. Not to be overly cynical, but we ended up exactly where I thought we would.
Array becomes the most recent blogover.