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AHnix (Anna Haro)
I hated high school. I don’t trust anybody who looks back on the years from 14 to 18 with any enjoyment. If you liked being a teenager, there’s something wrong with you. - http://annaharo.tumblr.com/post...
Yes. - Jenny H. from Android
Like anyone, I had my issues with being a teenager but I can honestly say that I enjoyed it for the most part. I guess I'm not to be trusted? - MoTO Moca Blend
I would venture to say most girls found it less pleasant. Girls can be ruthless to other girls. - Janet
I loved jr. high and absolutely hated high school. Those years were just extra miserable for me, and I'm not quite sure why? I'm blaming hormones/biology...and all the dummies around me. ;) - AHnix (Anna Haro)
I had my ups and downs, but the only part of high school I have nostalgia for is that one winter the weather was so bad we only had class 2-3 days a week. ;-) - John (bird whisperer)
IDK, Janet. It's been my experience that many of the women I know look back at high school much more fondly than most of the men I know. I think a lot of it, though, also has to do with what the person did after high school. If they went on to college, they are less likely to look back at high school as "the best time of their lives", but if they went straight into the blue-collar... more... - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
I generally liked high school. I had mostly good teachers, good friends, lots of activities, and it feels like the last time I was a bit more confident in myself (that's pre-weight gain and pre-anxiety.) It wasn't perfect, and I'm not nostalgic about it, but it was alright. - Jennifer Dittrich from FFHound!
the only parts of high school i enjoyed were art class and drama class. getting randomly detained and Mirandaed (a hoot, since as a minor i had no rights) on campus by police on suspicion of theft/dealing/anything just cos of how i looked and the crowd i ran with? not so much. no, granted, the crowd i ran with admittedly WERE a load of thugs, but they were also genuinely warm to me and... more... - Big Joe Silence
High school was fine, better than home. - Greg GuitarBuster
I'll accept this statement as hyperbole, but otherwise it's unfortunately myopic. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Junior high was like a hormone-infested cockroach den and I would never wish it upon children or teachers. The onset of puberty brought in so much bitchiness from the girls and so much judginess from the guys that it was almost unbearable to get out of bed every morning for those three years. It's also where everyone began splitting into their cliques. That was where I learned to... more... - Hookuh Tinypants
I had problems in my life but I still remember my adolescence as pretty awesome. It was mostly fun & often exciting. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
I have to admit, the first thing that came to mind was Al Bundy from "Married With Children". I mean, I didn't *hate* high school, but that can't be the acme of your life. - Victor Ganata
^haha, I forgot all about Al and his high school football glory days. - AHnix (Anna Haro)
I loved high school and those years. I played tons of sports, got good grades, had a ton of friends, traveled a ton with parents and they let me bring friends too, and generally liked my life. Sure I didn't always get along with my parents but overall those years were pretty good compared to my earlier childhood, which sucked. - Tamara J. B. from FFHound(roid)!
I don't know if high school was as good as I remember it, but it was better than home. Much better - Iván Abrego
I went in and out of depression. But OTOH, I had fun being a bad girl. I was hanging out with people, umm, a LOT older than me. - Laura Norvig
I miserable in high school. Bullied quite a bit. Glad it's over. - Jed
i left out the near-constant beatings and attempted knifings in my comment earlier. oh, and getting shot at. so very fun. :P - Big Joe Silence
best and blurst of times kind of thing for me - Brent Schaus
I generally liked Jr High & HS. I was always a huge nerd but got along with everyone. I grew up with a reputation as a good athlete so I was already friends with all the jocks. My group of friends in Jr High were all the popular kids and athletes. Then in HS I hung out with the nerds. - Rodfather
I should have stated I moved to a different school at the age of 12. The community is still as closed now as it was way back then. My 35th reunion and I still hear tall tales of things people thought I was doing. I hung out with the drug kids, they were the most accepting. - Janet
LB: Ratchet Bear
What's holding you back?
This is a deep question. - Julian
My bra. Bazinga! - Kristin from iPhone
Brazinger? - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Hunger. - Jenny H.
Inclement voodoo. - Brent Schaus
Self-doubt sometimes (but less often than in the past), but, lately, fatigue. - Jed
Metaperception. - Julian
My shirt. - imabonehead
The cat. - Laura
Bullshit excuses. - Soup in a TARDIS
horrible lack of self assurance. - A Gunny named Slickback
Fear. It's always fear. Fear of the unknown. Fear of the existential crisis that haunts me each night: who even am I anymore? - Zulema ❧ spicy cocoa tart from Android
My own inadequacies. Well, and sometimes anxiety. - Jennifer Dittrich
FEAR - Friar Will
Fear. - Laura Norvig from iPod
Very little. - Jenica
Damage. - Spidra Webster
The voices/AI shackles - Mo Kargas
Al Sharpton. - Akiva
The masses; they don't understand my comedy. - Micah
They're just not catholic enough. - Akiva
Double the Catechism of Misdirects! - Micah
Make sure your browser is set up to accept Communion before accessing inri://confession/micah - Akiva
Not much these days. - Mary Carmen
Lactose intolerance - Rodfather from Android
This chair. It really supports my back well. ... Oh, wait, ... - Steven Perez
Fear of failure. And of success. - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
Lack of money - Marissa
A hangover at the moment. :P - Pixie
pain & fear, mostly. - Starmama from FFHound(roid)!
Two and a half year old twins - JAson FLeming from Android
Not trusting that if I do leap that the net will appear, as the self-help gurus always promise. - vicster: full-bodied
Me. - Betsy
Steve Gillmor
GIllmor Gang, recording live today 10am PT participate at http://www.building43.com/realtim...
I'm hanging out waiting for the call. Today? I think I'll talk about Secret. - Robert Scoble
Hanging out here too. Anyone seen the movie "it Might Get Loud"? - John Taschek
Robert: Given you area keynote at Macworld, I guess this means Apple has something you will find interesting and contextual - Michael Roberts
I think Robert should talk about GoPro and the evolution of image capture - John Taschek
Michael: Apple is ahead in low energy bluetooth beacons. - Robert Scoble
Who cares about the misdirection Apple sets up in order to have a kick ass keynote? - John Taschek
sounds and looks great - Jerome Hughes
my name is Sue, how do you do? - Jerome Hughes
enlightenment, don't know what it is - Jerome Hughes
Oh - thought I was on the show today... have a great one! - John Taschek
RE: Twitter, is their redesign desktop only? Seems like the mobile apps are more or less the same... - J.C. Bouvier
People have a hard time figuring out that they have to follow people on Twitter rather than tweet - Francine Hardaway
it makes the desktop more like mobile - Kevin Marks
everyone has friends. not everyone wants to follow news and celebs. I suppose some people just follow friends on Twitter - Matt Terenzio
Apparently a lot of potential new Users can't understand the Twitter UI - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Tiwtter UI gets harder and harder to grok - Francine Hardaway
ketih just daleked - Kevin Marks
let's just get a screenshot of the original website and create a client that looks just like it - Matt Terenzio
came back agin - Kevin Marks
Great idea Matt Terenzio if they would let you create clients anymore - Francine Hardaway
not everyone wants to find new people who they share interests with, as their interests are very mainstream - Jerome Hughes
So Facebook the Album is now releasing singles. Paper is their latest new release - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Teens come and go. - Francine Hardaway
Shouldn't that little bird be Twitter - Moe Glitz from iPhone
teens grow up become the target demo for the advertising - Jerome Hughes
could be one of the birds around me - Kevin Marks
to become - Jerome Hughes
I have holes in my audio coming in. - Kevin Marks
Jerome, the things they do now will not be what they do later when they have $$ - Francine Hardaway
what about Foursquare and Microsoft? - Tina Chase Gillmor
agree, Francine, and much of their importance is that they'll be in that demo before too long - Jerome Hughes
and they hold keys to their parents' $$ in the meantime - Jerome Hughes
and with snapchat there is no "drama" due to others not being able to see it - Tina Chase Gillmor
Interesting investment - http://adage.com/article... - Keith Teare
plan ahead for your 2020 Facebook movie - Jerome Hughes
Imagine if the Beatles hit the USA today - Moe Glitz from iPhone
I just tried Whisper. It does feel good to put something out there anonymously - Francine Hardaway
more coffee please ;-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
I bet I'm the oldest person on Whisper - Francine Hardaway
someone remind me i need to warm up our lighting - Tina Chase Gillmor
Theyll go to LinkedIn if it still exists - Francine Hardaway
Sometimes I don't want to talk to anyone. That's what Medium's for - Francine Hardaway
Tina: and no likes and no comments. So far less chance of drama. And, if you post something stupid, like you naked and drunk, it doesn't stick around for years. - Robert Scoble
right that's what i mean. The opportunity for insight and interpretation is different - Tina Chase Gillmor
encoder crashed - Kevin Marks
Technical difficulties. We will be back. - Robert Scoble
back in a moment - Keith Teare
No brand loyalty - Francine Hardaway
we'll be back soon - Kevin Marks
Poor Steve. - Francine Hardaway
what happened? we will be right back. trickster actually crashed - Tina Chase Gillmor
we'll have to dosome editing. yuck - Tina Chase Gillmor
never had this happen - Tina Chase Gillmor
Tricaster crashed? Yowza. Rebooting it now. - Robert Scoble
"in 5 years time, you'll tell people you were there..." - Jerome Hughes
We are back. - Robert Scoble
You all just totally froze. - Robert Scoble
I lost you all - Kevin Marks
when _is_ the next Chirp going to happen? - Jerome Hughes
No audio either - Francine Hardaway
Technical problems continue, please stand by. - Robert Scoble
Power back - Steve Gillmor
Pg&e - Steve Gillmor
Got cut off - Keith Teare
yikes - Kevin Marks
All our power went out. - Tina Chase Gillmor
ouch - saw you for a bit but couldn't hear - Jerome Hughes
But is back on - Tina Chase Gillmor
It very nice of you guys to delay the broadcast, so we Brits can watch the Rugby. Scotland 0 England 20 - Scott Jordan
In this Messaging War, Apple & Google are the winners. Whatever Messaging App will use, it's either from an iPhone or an Android Phone. - Moe Glitz from iPhone
anyone watching sochi? not getting the sense the olympics has let to anything innovative in terms of how to access the games. - Michael Roberts
I'm on an ipad - Tina Chase Gillmor
Very cool weather pattern Kevin. - manielse (Mark Nielsen)
I missed the beginning. What did you guys talk about already? Any rants yet? - Ludwig Ederle
Michael: I watched a bit last night. The Olympics are all about corporate boondoggle. I went to Vancouver and London and saw this first hand. - Robert Scoble
Here we come - Steve Gillmor
Absolutely not interested in the Olympics beyond the dogs. Robert, I'm in your corner. - Francine Hardaway
The Olympics will always lag -- it is a very big committee run by old people. - Robert Scoble
This time it's also about the Russian superpower - Ludwig Ederle
Pineapple express hits Gillmor Gang - clive boulton
Watched the Snowboard Slopestyle, very good, your guy (US) won - Scott Jordan
Waiting for the machines to come back online - Tina Chase Gillmor
anybody beeing able to see or hear anything ? - flyinthesoup
I guess storm related - Tina Chase Gillmor
Robert your no spring chicken :-) - Scott Jordan
Coming back on - Tina Chase Gillmor
The competitors don't even live in the countries they represent - Francine Hardaway
just hopped on ... tell me when to hit refresh - Laura Norvig
Hello - Ian Waring
I'm getting the sense this is some kind of media blackout surrounding the games aside from the official feed. I would also agree with Robert - and for me the games feel almost too well scripted esp. the commentary. - Michael Roberts
Final Score Scotland 0 England 20, ok you can start now :-) - Scott Jordan
Just saw Her yesterday. Liked it. Want to hear my brother's take on it. He's been quoted in two articles about it, even though he hasn't seen it yet. - Laura Norvig
watching it same way as rest of old media - social media tells what happens that might matter to me, keeps from having to see most all of the the corporate blather - Jerome Hughes
Talk amongst yourselves for a minute ;-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
The Man stood on the burning deck... - Ian Waring
Need to split, forgive me if I missed the memo, will this be the time of the show going forward? - J.C. Bouvier
Waiting. Waiting. Waiting. - Robert Scoble
Funny that Gates and the new CEO had a bash at spending a day trying to install Windows 8.1 - Ian Waring
heh. I suspect Peter will be squeamish about falling in love with your AI. Kurzweil would be all over it. - Kevin Marks
JC: No, usually on Friday at 1 p.m. - Robert Scoble
There is hope for Microsofts future - Ian Waring
Ian: If I were Gates I wouldn't even try. He should focus 100% of his efforts on mobile. - Robert Scoble
that was a parody, Ian - Kevin Marks
KK, Tx Robert, have a nice weekend all... - J.C. Bouvier
Laura, have you read "The Circle" then? haven't yet seen "Her" and guessing those who find one of these of interest may also enjoy the other - Jerome Hughes
Kevin: ahh, I figured. I didn't even like that post when it came by the stream. - Robert Scoble
Microsoft's future is probably another Companies past - Moe Glitz from iPhone
It's the old Ken Olsen trick. Get all the VPs in a Woods Meeting, send them a VAX to assemble - Ian Waring
I watched 'Her' two days ago. Since I listen to Gillmor Gang every week.. its really didn't seem that far fetched at all. - Michael Roberts
Jerome, no, I'll check it out. One of my thoughts during Her was that the AI didn't *really* have her own personality, it was just his narcissism that made it seem so. But OTOH, what would a human know about AI personality? - Laura Norvig
Did you all read this from Siri's founder about Her? http://variety.com/2014... He says it isn't gonna happen anytime soon. - Robert Scoble
Power in our area is up and down. - Tina Chase Gillmor
Send money to Enron! - Ian Waring
We can't maintain the broadcast - Tina Chase Gillmor
The Circle was weak IMO - cardboard characters and weak plotting - Kevin Marks
Just as we get it all back on it goes off again - Tina Chase Gillmor
Lots and lots of wind here - Tina Chase Gillmor
I agree Kevin, but the idea behind the book was interesting. - Scott Jordan
See you all next time - Tina Chase Gillmor
Not happening? - Keith Teare
Robert, that starts with a bunch of Hollywood hubris 'Hollywood has always shown the way to the future. It’s a little known fact that, for decades, the bigscreen inspired many forward-looking technologies long before their day.' - Hollywood shows it after science fiction writers write about it - Jerome Hughes
aaron swartz's unfinished novel about an evil google was much funnier - Kevin Marks
Not happening - Tina Chase Gillmor
Bye folks, till next time - Scott Jordan
California is being hit by a series of atmospheric rivers--currents of large amounts of moisture streaming out of the subtropics. - clive boulton
what does this say about the future of live streaming - generators? - Charles Carrico
that was the animation I sent, clive - Kevin Marks
bye all. next one Friday or Saturday? - Laura Norvig
Kevin, agree about 'The Circle' and still found the ground it covered to be interesting - Jerome Hughes
Sorry everyone. Acts of nature - Tina Chase Gillmor
np, thanks, Tina, next on agenda - natural gas generation failover? :D - Jerome Hughes
Thanks to everyone for being here. Thanks to Robert Scoble, Keith Teare and Kevin Marks - Tina Chase Gillmor
global change = acts of evil against nature - Charles Carrico
Kevin, that swartz piece sounds awesome - online? - Laura Norvig
Jerome... Perhaps - Tina Chase Gillmor
Bummer. You wanna try agin tomorrow? - Robert Scoble
Yes lets - Steve Gillmor
Yes Robert. Let's do that - Tina Chase Gillmor
re: Her and Siri. agree in that sense.. but I think the augmented reality.. eventually with more sophisticated voices won't be long.. how long before someone falls in love with a their computer.. might be a while. - Michael Roberts
Email us when it'll be on. - Robert Scoble
Steve will call you on availability time - Tina Chase Gillmor
don't forget to notify the public on Facebook or upstream comment - Charles Carrico
we'll watch for the bat signal! - Jerome Hughes
thanks, Kevin - Jerome Hughes
thx! - Laura Norvig
this chat room is one fantastic filter - Jerome Hughes
Watching a cool talk of Peter's from NASA event last week - starts around 20 min in http://recode.net/2014... - Laura Norvig
Thanks, Laura. - clive boulton
looks interesting, thanks - Jerome Hughes
Robert spoke on Wednesday at GDG Silicon Valley, any recording? http://gdgsv.blogspot.com/2014... - clive boulton
Age of context. GG interrupted by Pineapple express. - clive boulton
We'll resume at 10am pt today - Steve Gillmor
using same thread we started yesterday....10am Pacific Sunday - Tina Chase Gillmor
Waiting for the call. - Robert Scoble
calling in a minute - Tina Chase Gillmor
Clive: sorry, I don't believe it was recorded. - Robert Scoble
hey folks.... - Tina Chase Gillmor
about to get started. please take your seats ;-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
Anyone following Mozilla's interest in a mobile OS that is fully open? - Michael Roberts
Steve is very quite compared to the others - Scott Jordan
Scoble & Kevin coming through with awesome video clarity. - SImonB
thanks scott - Tina Chase Gillmor
checking - Tina Chase Gillmor
I downloaded it today from the App Store for my Grandkids - Moe Glitz from iPhone
HI ALL - Keith Teare
I heard he has some there some Legal issues, (Nintendo) it's a bit like Mario's Pipes - Scott Jordan
Again :-) - Keith Teare
Hi Keith! - Michael Roberts
"The web isn't *the* platform anymore. iOS and Android are." I'd argue that the web is still a pretty platform - where are we watching this again? - Ben Werdmuller
The best Social Network on Mobile is the iPhone. There's an App for everything - Moe Glitz from iPhone
ooh, I love how Keith says Malasia - Tina Chase Gillmor
Sometimes, a half-hearted effort you create gains the type of traction no one expects and exceeds your initial willingness to support it. - Chien-Yu Lin
I agree with Keith... ios and android are the platforms.. except they are run by companies now.. - Michael Roberts
The App Store is the new Ed Sullivan Show - Moe Glitz from iPhone
isn't this like ie6 when they tried to control the web? - Michael Roberts
my kids loves it. Me I cant do it - Tina Chase Gillmor
Flappy Birds is about touch and technique. - Chien-Yu Lin
It is palm-sized golf. - Chien-Yu Lin
Milk and two sugars please Kevin - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Secret - Ben Werdmuller
this is chilled green tea, Moe. You don't want milk an sugar in it - Kevin Marks
There is now a Snapchat for Business Folks - Moe Glitz from iPhone
I'm sweet enough! - Moe Glitz from iPhone
it was popular before they invoked the false scarcity - Tina Chase Gillmor
Kevin, I've seen it done ... :/ - Ben Werdmuller
Tina: right. But now he took something popular and put it in the stratosphere and got EVERYONE to notice it. - Robert Scoble
For sports, Bill Veeck of the Chicago White Sox would give tickets away when his teams were good. His rationale was that it created more buzz and would sustain the team's desirability in times when the Pale Hose were bad. This is a common marketing application and is outlined in "Veeck as in Wreck". - Chien-Yu Lin
Hi s name is Dong Nguyen @dongatory - Scott Jordan
Veeck was there to plant ivy in Wrigley, brought in Eddie Gaddell, promoted Disco Demolition, and started what we know as modern sports marketing. - Chien-Yu Lin
In the wine business - Château d'Yquem one year didn't like their wine - so they simply didn't release any at all. One of the most expensive white wines you can buy. - Michael Roberts
Michael: exactly. - Robert Scoble
Thinking out of the Walled Gardens - Moe Glitz from iPhone
flappy bird took off via twitter: http://marketingland.com/viral-r... - Kevin Marks
Keith: totally agree, and they also dominate the platforms? its means ios, android call the shots.. - Michael Roberts
Dong Ngyuen says he still makes games https://twitter.com/dongato... - Kevin Marks
Is the quality of start-ups being plateau'ed by the limitation of mobile devices? - Chien-Yu Lin
the app store is the new tower records; twitter is the new ed sullivan - Kevin Marks
Kevin: agree.. and its years to break that model.. so how do you make an app store not controlled by 'tower records' - Michael Roberts
The App Store is now the Hit Parade for the Smartphone Generation - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Chien-Yu - I don't think so. Its the lack of big ideas and funding for them. - Keith Teare
is Microsoft "getting it" with their investment in Foursquare? - Tina Chase Gillmor
foursquare's database of small businesses is the best available - Kevin Marks
Location is still an open game. No clear winners yet - Moe Glitz from iPhone
will apple announce tools for ibeacons at macworld? a brilliant play by apple. - Michael Roberts
Keith: "Big Stuff" = Agree (the big "backbones" have been created; now it is the majors buying niche features, patents and personnel). "Little Stuff" = A developer is bound by GPS, accelerometer, speaker, wifi. - Chien-Yu Lin
are iBeacons any different to QCodes? Except I can't put a QCode on my forehead, and get it scanned by walkers by. - SImonB
Keith: Little Stuff example - what could the fitness industry do with a Square-sized and -weighted gas analyzer? Galvanic skin response measurement device? - Chien-Yu Lin
BLE seems to be the biggest business opportunity no one knows about. - Michael Roberts
Location needs a new layer that's between websites and Apps? - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Steve: They do use pseudo-iBeacons for things like anti-theft devices for large, expensive construction equipment (jackhammer, hammer drill). - Chien-Yu Lin
Keith: Also, do you think we are now at a point where the Big Ideas require legislation - and that's something maybe people do not want to get into? - Chien-Yu Lin
Legislation always comes later - after deployment - Keith Teare
BLE seems to me, to be the entry point to create more NEST like tools that take the connected world to new places.. this I think is the very exciting... and it connects the makr world finally to everything else that is happening. Imagine collaborative consumption opportunities as well. - Michael Roberts
like with Bitcoin - Keith Teare
microsoft want to know where we are - Tina Chase Gillmor
yes for Bing - Tina Chase Gillmor
Keith: Agree - but the difference of the "hard problem" between Uber (license) and say a company that is developing medical transparency is infinitely different. - Chien-Yu Lin
Was it a Ballmer Deal? Think not - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Wondering, that Foursquare is still around ... - Johannes Siemers
Yes - medical a special case. Avoid it unless you have years to kill getting approvals - Keith Teare
The Bing team working on something, has pulled in engineers from Windows, and SQL server. - clive boulton
Robert: Are you excited about Apple again? Can we expect some developments this year.. Medical.. Iwatch.. TV (finally).. - Michael Roberts
Google Maps, Google Local, Waze. Google is everywhere and nowhere in Location - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Michael: I'm optimistic but this year will really define Apple in the post-Jobs era. Not sure they will hit it out of the park, but the opportunity is there. - Robert Scoble
we need to talk to Dennis Crowley again - Tina Chase Gillmor
microsoft buying into foursquare: http://www.nytimes.com/2007... - Kevin Marks
Johannes: lots of people are still using Foursquare. - Robert Scoble
Keith: ... but that's the issue: the un-tackled Big Ideas have that legislation requirement up front. - Chien-Yu Lin
i still use foursquare to check in occasionally - Tina Chase Gillmor
Foursquare was more of a game than a game changer - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Moe: totally disagree. - Robert Scoble
Yahoo to partner with Yelp on local search engine results - WSJ - Scott Jordan
Keith: Is iBeacons proprietary.. Does that matter? When you say iBeacons.. does it = BLE in general? ie.. any device can take advantage of that ping? - Michael Roberts
Microsoft Bing team working off campus by Bellevue transit center with younger social engineers - clive boulton
Would love to see the statistics of Foursquare users and non-users for home burglaries incurred. - Chien-Yu Lin
ibeacons is a software approach to using BLE. It isn't proprietary. Anybody can implement - Keith Teare
They still haven't cracked Location, Robert, even though they owned the check-in brand - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Michael: Bluetooth Low Energy beacons are open. Android will get them (transmit, it already has receive) this year. - Robert Scoble
Moe: really? Everywhere I use Foursquare has the best details I've seen. - Robert Scoble
am getting "you're near here, want to check in?" type notifications from 4sq now - Jerome Hughes
Could Foursquare be essentially location-based Groupon? - Chien-Yu Lin
Recode reports Marissa Mayer signed Yelp deal for local search - clive boulton
Great... so does any of the gang feel that Android, IOS dominance of the platform matters.. To me it feels strange.. we have a web that is open finally.. but mobile seems very closed.. there is no open in mobile.. does that matter at all? - Michael Roberts
Android is pretty open; iOS isn't too bad, bitcoin app rejection notwithstanding, and both still support the web - Kevin Marks
Michael - I think it doesn't matter so long as anybody can put any app (legal at least) into any app store, worldwide - Keith Teare
Yelp's problem is that Yahoo has done a deal with them - Moe Glitz from iPhone
people not wanting to change is why we have Paper instead of changes to "original Facebook" - Jerome Hughes
Yelps long tail seems really stale, reviews 2 , 4, or more years old - clive boulton
Foursquare's original Gaming business model sucked - Moe Glitz from iPhone
robert... what did you say to us? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Kevin: How is Android open? I just chatted with Mark Surman at Mozilla.. They are pitching a new Mozilla OS..recognizing that are up against some very smart people.. but don't feel either the Android or IOS app stores are open.. ME personally I'm an IOS user but it made me think as we more towards mobile. - Michael Roberts
Moe, it got them to where they are - Jerome Hughes
robert you cant hear well can you? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Tina: I'm going to reboot. Call me back in three minutes. - Robert Scoble
Robert you have a lot of light on you as well - Tina Chase Gillmor
like almost whiting you out - Tina Chase Gillmor
But they haven't moved on. Look at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat - Moe Glitz from iPhone
From the POV of a developer - only reach matters. Second is ability to deploy and distribute. Mozilla has no reach - Keith Teare
Foursquare should be the No 1 Location Brand, worth billions of dollars. - Moe Glitz from iPhone
checking in there can post your text and photo content to not only 4sq, but also FB & Twitter, and have mine also going to flickr using flicksquare - Jerome Hughes
4sq location recommendations pushed to my Android useful (I could use notifications b4 I arrive) - clive boulton
Tina: call me again. - Robert Scoble
also instagram can post to foursquare, and uses foursquare for locations - Kevin Marks
Twitter dropped 30% from the high: it dropped to $50.04 from off the high of the day before. - Chien-Yu Lin
Keith: true, but mozilla had no reach wen it started...but firefox took off.. I suspect there are people who support this idea of an open web.. still I agree.. most people won't care.. its really about the best user experience. - Michael Roberts
ok Robert... - Tina Chase Gillmor
My system was starting to go wonky. - Robert Scoble
Maybe Twitter should launch TwitCoin - Moe Glitz from iPhone
calling you Robert - Tina Chase Gillmor
it's more about engaged users and how engaged, not only about number of users with accounts, many of whom aren't really engaged - Jerome Hughes
Twitter has a low-threshold for entry / sign-on compared to other social networks. If you aren't on it now, you probably see no value in it for yourself and won't get in. - Chien-Yu Lin
Crap my Logitech app isn't working. - Robert Scoble
our studio cat, Gray wants some attention NOW - Tina Chase Gillmor
more inspire than manage? - Jerome Hughes
they've got a leaking bath - 1 bn account set ups, 1/4 of them still there - Ian Waring
unless you're listening to broadcasts, then engagement is difficult - Ian Waring
"onboarding" - whether they find valuable resources - Jerome Hughes
Ads are Antithetical to Twitter's Ethos & Presentation Format https://www.facebook.com/photo... - Chien-Yu Lin
direct messages broken. UI for most lay users needs an overhaul - Ian Waring
what happened to Robert? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Apparently a lot of new Twitter Users don't understand the UI and leave the site - Moe Glitz from iPhone
I'm having trouble with my logitech cam, Tina. Sorry. - Robert Scoble
Robert nod if you can hear - Tina Chase Gillmor
a good piece on Jean Louis Gassees Monday note last week about Twitter UI - Ian Waring
For influence.. twitter is way better from my experience.. and btw. foundations are now using twitter as a measure and metric of whether to continue funding or not. I'm dealing with this now. - Michael Roberts
LinkedIn trying to become a HuffPro clone - Ian Waring
Gates spent his first day installing Win 8.1 - he and Satya failed - Ian Waring
... works for Qualcomm. - Chien-Yu Lin
Co-opt the OS - Ian Waring
in China there are already Windows phone skins on android - Kevin Marks
roberts camera is a little hightoday - Tina Chase Gillmor
Android in bed with Windows? - Moe Glitz from iPhone
excel has done on the mac first - Ian Waring
Azure has Android devrel folks - clive boulton
Gates opening Windows? - Moe Glitz from iPhone
How can Bill really go back to Microsoft? He is sooo engaged with the Gates Foundation..He is now the 5th largest donor in the world... That is huge.. That is his first love and he's doing a good job. - Michael Roberts
Don't think Gates will ever donate his heart again to Microsoft - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Gates at Microsoft is smoke and mirrors.. Don't believe it. - Michael Roberts
But he's had some time to be Mr. Big Charity guy. Doesn't he also care about his baby Microsoft? It is an old teenager or adult now - Tina Chase Gillmor
keith is locked up but too close to close of show - Tina Chase Gillmor
'roughly a huge trove' - Jerome Hughes
Jeff Raikes runs Gates Foundation day-to-day - clive boulton
Tina: Yes, but now he has a reputation in the donor world. (that I'm in)... He doing great... doubt he want to go backwards... solving HIV and Aids takes a lot of his time... - Michael Roberts
If Foursquare was the killer location Brand, Facebook would have already acquired it as one of their key Multiplex Apps - Moe Glitz from iPhone
we should get Andreessen on - Kevin Marks
Clive: Gates is very involved. - Michael Roberts
AOL already reset the benefits. - Chien-Yu Lin
Moe, only a Facebook acquisition could validate Foursquare as the killer location Brand? - Jerome Hughes
Tim Armstrong: "Beatings will continue until morale improves." - Chien-Yu Lin
Michael - Yes, he is doing amazing things. But he will step back into some more active role at MS. - Tina Chase Gillmor
True Jerome, which is why Location is an open game - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Tina: I'm not so sure. Perhaps in the very short term.. but he has really been involved in his Foundation.. I think his role is political... He knows himself he's been out of that world for quite some time. - Michael Roberts
Moe, Facebook is big and currently on top. Still, don't believe their location capabilities have eliminated Foursquare's location advantages. - Jerome Hughes
btw... you guys have been mentioning companies.. I've been adding them to a virtual stock. (note virtual).. and I'm up 112% since I started.. the Gilllmor Gang fund...;) - Michael Roberts
The story about the parents and AOL's Tim Armstrong: http://www.slate.com/article... - Robert Scoble
Michael: that's a cool idea! - Robert Scoble
Right Jerome. Twitter should own Location, but they are currently lost in transition - Moe Glitz from iPhone
+1 Steve - clive boulton
facebook is involved in foursquare through instagram - Kevin Marks
I've been following Steve.. for over 10 years... since the beginning.. I still think Steve is the best voice in the industry... - Michael Roberts
there's a correlation between those who don't want their interfaces to change and those who long for a fictitious 'good old days' - Jerome Hughes
The fifth Beatles! - Moe Glitz from iPhone
a dancing hand! - Jerome Hughes
Another great show. Always informative and lively. - Chien-Yu Lin
Top Show, as per usual! - Moe Glitz from iPhone
thanks, was a bit surreal watching in HD on my phone while being driven home from a winter bike ride - Jerome Hughes
thank you everybody... really and sincerely - Tina Chase Gillmor
Thanks! Great Show.. As Always! Wish I was closer... but Montreal is lovely too. - Michael Roberts
good show - I think the Tricaster has helped make the experience more compelling - Charles Carrico
Charles - you mean new tricaster? - Tina Chase Gillmor
better experience? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Thanks for tuning in Michael Roberts - Tina Chase Gillmor
btw.. as some of you know I'm involved with ICT4development.. Might start a kinda GG for developing countries... love to have some of you involved.. been thinking about this for 5 years... so don't hold your breath... but you are doing a great job. - Michael Roberts
Tina: Thanks. You are fabulous! So happy you continue to put this show together.. I hope GG is getting something out of this..I feel so few people realize how important this show is to the industry. - Michael Roberts
What nice comments. Thanks for joining us! - Robert Scoble
name this show hit by power out: Flappy birrrrrrdy out. - clive boulton
Tina: yes - the new tricaster - there seems to be a better flow in the conversations, perhaps because of the format of the talking heads on a colored background - it seems more visually logical, and the quality of the image has increased. Also there was something eerie about your hand waving in the background in the previous incarnation. It feels more cohesive now - like when Johnny Carson had the announcer become part of the show - Charles Carrico
Thank you.. - Amang Berangas
elektrik firmaları - Elektrik
Micah
So this is about to go down.
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I saw the trailer, and I thought "Ooh, Robot Chicken are doing a spoof of all the LEGO(TM) movies?" and I was pleased. But then I discovered that was not the case, and I became ensaddened. - Steel Penguin Slippy
Looks like a shameless merchandising cash-in and sounds like a shameless merchandising cash-in, but it has a NINETY-FREAKING-SEVEN Rotten Tomatoes score! That's better than WALL-E! - Mark Trapp
I just listened to a review of this movie and they thought it was pretty good, although a bit long. - Victor Ganata
First third I was skeptical. Second third I settled in for the ride. Last third I was like, ok I see what you did there; and it felt good. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
Might try and see this this weekend. Maybe. - Derrick
This will be Wade's second movie theater experience. First was Winnie the Pooh. - Laura Norvig from iPod
It got a surprisingly good review from our paper, and I generally trust their critics. Not one we would have added to our queue otherwise, but we've done so. - Walt Crawford
Springing for 3D! W00t! - Laura Norvig
Wow, that was better than I thought it would be. Quite enjoyable. - Laura Norvig from iPod
I want to watch it. - Rodfather from Android
I think I'm more excited for the video game based on the movie. - Rodfather
Laura Norvig
Will Google Translate Let Us Talk to Aliens and Dolphins? | Re/code - http://recode.net/2014...
Talk starts about 20 min. in. Good layperson's talk - not technical. - Laura Norvig
great coverage of machine learning applications - language, image recongnition - Laura Norvig
there's some stuff in there about MOOCs that I also liked. 1) Emphasis on personal, interactive learning. 2) Acknowledgment that many heavy hitters in this area come from AI and that this is not a coincedince 3) Acknowledgment that we still don't know what parts of MOOCs and other online learning work and don't work, but that more data and experimentation may bring some answers. - Laura Norvig
Laura Norvig
Finally saw Her yesterday. It's basically a chick flick. I liked it.
There were a few deeper issues that were touched on but not well explored: could an AI ever really have it's own personality, ever feel emotions? - Laura Norvig
And part of me was thinking: does he love this OS just because she knows him so well? Is this just extreme narcissism? - Laura Norvig
I think "Her" is one of those movies that rely heavily on intertextuality for depth. Like, I wonder if the movie would be anywhere as interesting or even make any sense if not for all the movies (and other media) that deal with AI? - Victor Ganata
Derrick
Lord have mercy, I'm using SharePoint.
Resistance is futile - maʀtha
I hate it - Shevonne
I am so sorry. I am SO sorry. (Let me buy you some BBQ to ease your pain.) - Zamms
I'm on a search committee at work and I logged in prior to our first meeting and realized...I was in hell. - Derrick
It happens to all of us at some point. - Katy S from iPhone
We use SharePoint to help us with our disorganisation and hatred needs. - Pete
We use SharePoint to improve password retention. *click file; enter password; click next file enter password; click another file; enter password* - Heather
this thread is win. - RepoRat
it definitely helps raise frustration levels when they are in danger of dropping ... - Laura Norvig
all true. this is all true. - t-ra: lose,find,repeat
SharePoint hate? Come on now! - Eric - Watch Me Now
*secretly loves SharePoint* - Hookuh Tinypants
Parts and parts and parts and parts and - Eric - Watch Me Now
lris
OH: "Boston and Oregon are two of the best states to go running in."
I went to college with someone who thought Cape Cod was a state. She was from Cape Cod. - Zamms
One of the first-year writing porfolios I once read contained reference to both "Michael Bloomberg, the governor of New York" and then later to "the mayor of a state." - Catherine Pellegrino
you people are making me sad. - MoTO Moca Blend
i went to college in Binghamton NY with multiple people from Long Island who didn't know that Albany was the capitol of their own state. they thought it was NYC. - Christa
Cape Cod is the Capital of Boston, right? - Joe - Systems Analyst
Ha! It's more like Vatican City. - Zamms
very, very sad - MoTO Moca Blend
To be fair, Boston is like 1/4 of the state and the Cape is nothing like the rest of the state. They could probably be independent if they wanted to. - Heather, 30k Camper
falmouth would take umbridge (sp?) - Christina Pikas
Don't forget the great state of New England - I always forget whether the capital is Boston or Cape Cod. - Laura Norvig
Laura Norvig
My job just got .... huge. It's all stuff I like, but now I think I'm going to end up being spread mighty thin.
You can do eeet! - t-ra: lose,find,repeat from Android
I don't know ... it's a little unrealistic. But the learning will be fun. They want me to learn everything about Salesforce and HubSpot and be the one to pull data, optimize our use, etc. That's a lot on top of trying to teach a pack of luddites to leverage Twitter, blog, etc.. *grumpy* - Laura Norvig
Oh I hear you. Guess who is charged with turning pamphlet content into sellable 'elearning'? They're crazy, but at least it's not boring anymore. - t-ra: lose,find,repeat from Android
Getting that panicky feeling. WAY too much being dumped on me. - Laura Norvig
sorry, lady. any way to draw boundaries or manage expectations? - t-ra: lose,find,repeat
well, Matt M. is pretty chill. I'm just being torn in many directions. Not bored, though. - Laura Norvig
Blake
Another day, another hacked WordPress install. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE take a minute and check yours. Please? Themes, plugins, everything.
done - lris
"You have the latest version of WordPress. Future security updates will be applied automatically." <--- is this not standard by now? - Meg VMeg
I hadn't been updating the Themes because I didn't want to zap my customizations--but I don't use either of the frequently-updated themes (and WP doesn't appear to offer a way to delete themes). So, OK, updated, for what it's worth, since the code would never be activated. - Walt Crawford
Walt, you can make a Child Theme so that the parent theme can update whenever without blowing away your customizations. (my blog was hacked a couple years ago, probably through the theme) - lris
Iris: Turns out the theme I actually customized (Letterhead) never gets updated; the ones that are constantly updated are, apparently, included with every WP install, whether you want them or not. - Walt Crawford
Updated everything - does that mean I haven't been hacked? (no obvious signs). I actually sort of forgot I have a WordPress install. Experiment on a found domain that I haven't had time to attend to. - Laura Norvig
Laura Norvig
One library gone, on to the next one. Except this one is being boxed for some unknown future rather than shipped off to Better World Books.
This sounds so hard - maʀtha
I had to leave the room when we disposed of some of the ephemera from the last library - so sad! - Laura Norvig
wow. peace to you. - Louise "Weezy" Alcorn
:-( - lris
They were important special libraries in their time, but I feel good about the way the first one transitioned to an online library. The second one is a highly specialized collection on the topic of service-learning. If anyone has leads on a possible home for this, hit me up. We're also waiting to see if our original funder has a home in mind - they said they might, but are being a bit mysterious about it. - Laura Norvig from iPhone
Laura, you might reach out to Maureen Barry at Wright State. She's very involved with service learning. http://guides.libraries.wright.edu/profile... Her twitter handle is @sllibrarian - Hedgehog
Thanks, Abigail - looks like she is aware of our resources - links to us in her pathfinder. Her name sounds familiar, too. - Laura Norvig
(*liking* to bookmark) - Betsy
Happy Ending to this story (partly). The physical library found a new home at Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library, University of Nebraska, Omaha.The online library/website part of it is a bit in limbo. National Youth Leadership Council was supposed to take it on but I think they are a bit under-resourced. Omaha may take advantage of some of the online document curation we did over the years. - Laura Norvig
Derrick
I love that I made this big ass pitcher of margaritas for the game tonight like I ain't gotta be in the office tomorrow at 8am.
Finish it before the half and you'll be FINE. - Zamms
You're sharing that, right? - Julian
Besides, it's totally going to snow tonight anyway. - Zamms
I dunno, Zamms. I got a little heavy handed with my pours. J, uh, yeah...sure. I'm...sharing. - Derrick
I am having some limoncello whilst making tomato consomme. I've got a easy morning too :) - Iain Baker
Iain, I happen to see my passport in my bag. I could be there in...well, a few short hours. :) - Derrick
There is LOADS of soup - I had a huge bunch of tomatoes to use up. Seriously my favourite soup recipe - lovely clear broth, flavoured with basil. Needs to be served with a drizzle of Olive Oil on the top, and that's about it. - Iain Baker
That sounds gorgeous, Iain! - vicster: full-bodied
I'd eat that. - Derrick
I have Jamesons and left over Chinese food haha - Rodfather
Oh yeah. That's kicking in nicely. - Derrick
I made a pizza and yesterday I made chocolate cake. - Katy S
I have a chips and dips hangover today. - Laura Norvig
Louis Gray
And thus beginneth the eighth individual calendar year in which God hath delivered us FriendFeed.
Happy New Year, Louis! :) - Anne Bouey
are you still using friendfeed? it's nice :) - Joan Miro - sosyalulas
are you still using friendfeed? it's nice :) - Joan Miro - sosyalulas - M. Sait Yağlı
are you still using friendfeed? it's nice :) - Joan Miro - sosyalulas - M. Sait Yağlı - ॐ Maximo dela Concordia Ω
Is nice - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I like - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Like like like. - Betsy
Apparently, FriendFeed is nice. - Jed from iPhone
I like it nice. - Joe - Systems Analyst from iPod
Medium rare for me please - JAson FLeming from Android
1/nice - Mo Kargas
1/nice - Mo Kargas - Not Me
1/nice - Mo Kargas - Pinkman - 1/Pinkman - Mo Kargas
1/nice - Mo Kargas - Pinkman - 1/Pinkman - Mo Kargas - Louis Gray
1/nice - 2*Mo Kargas - 5/4*Pinkman - Louis Gray - Mo Kargas
such repeat - Akiva
1->∞ ∑ n(1/nice) - David Lounsbury
It is nice to be nice. - Laura Norvig from iPhone
:) - Janet from FFHound!
That puts Friendfeed about 3 standard deviations from the mean as far as expected lifetime, I'm guessing. (For social media sites in general, that is.) - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
are you still using friendfeed? it's nice :) - Louis Gray
FriendFeed been-a berry berry gooood to me. #ChicoEscuelaSNL http://www.hark.com/clips... - Jkram|ɯɐɹʞſ
Steve Gillmor
GIllmor Gang, recording live today 1pm PT participate at http://www.building43.com/realtim...
Bing IT On! (can the Trojan Horse purge the Trojan horses) https://twitter.com/satyana... - clive boulton
Okay! - Francine Hardaway from Android
here - Keith Teare
I *really* should be working ... - Laura Norvig
Here:-) - Francine Hardaway
Ok, I'm ready - Ludwig Ederle
I'm waiting for the famous call. - Robert Scoble
Hey Robert, how is Eightly doing? - Ludwig Ederle
Are we live yet? I am not. - John Taschek
Ludwig: I'll be seeing Andy (Eightly's CEO) tonight. Haven't seen much since CES. - Robert Scoble
hellooooooo - Tina Chase Gillmor
Hey Robert. say hi to everyone for me tonight - Francine Hardaway
Francine, you will be missed! - Robert Scoble
I am really curious how it's proceeding. Got my new estimotes on monday - Ludwig Ederle
Howdy! - Nir Ben Yona
I'm still waiting to be able to exchange Glass. Got the first letter, then silence - Francine Hardaway
was there any news at CES concerning eightly? - Ludwig Ederle
Wearables is at the top of the hype cycle. - Francine Hardaway
Francine: Contact the Glass team via direct message on Twitter or call a Glass Guide. - Alex de Soto
Ludwig: No. - Robert Scoble
Can't hear you Steve - Francine Hardaway
Francine: I got my exchange kit last week. - Robert Scoble
I can hear myself - Kevin Marks
Echo Echo - John Taschek
and the bunnyman - John Taschek
So LeWeb was the last public iteration? - Ludwig Ederle
Well if YOU just got it, I guess I have to wait Robert - Francine Hardaway
Image quality is INSANE. - Nir Ben Yona
Live is fine. Steve is a little quiet. - Laura Norvig
It took about a week for Google to ship me the new Glass. I begged them for a UPS tracking number because of the snow storms and they provided me with one. - Alex de Soto
Ludwig: it's the ONLY public iteration (at LeWeb). - Robert Scoble
ok. Can't wait to see more - Ludwig Ederle
Sorry, we are having a little audio trouble, will try again in a few seconds. - Robert Scoble
Say hi to Andy, ok? - Ludwig Ederle
i wasn't getting echo here either - Dale Lature
Oops false start. - clive boulton
"echo" or "reverb" ? - Charles Carrico
We're back! - Robert Scoble
I'm in an unenclosed location - Kevin Marks
taschek is in an overexposed location - Kevin Marks
Sounds great, looks terrific in interwebs land. - clive boulton
john is kind of low - Dale Lature
Looking good in HD - Ian Waring
The Journal says Satya is negotiating his comp now. - clive boulton
I had to get a Nokia Windows phone to test some stuff. Using only WiFi though. - Alex de Soto
Windows Phone is feature phone replacement - Ian Waring
Microsoft fell into Googles trap to try to become a devices company, and then Google left - Ian Waring
Bring back J Allard - Ian Waring
Android dominated with 79% smartphone shipments in 2013, Apple iOS 17.6% and Windows phone only 3.6% - Nir Ben Yona
So there have to be co-CEOs? - Francine Hardaway
Another Tim Cook - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Virginia M. Rometty from IBM? - Alex de Soto
more like Amelio than Sculley - Kevin Marks
Send in Bob Palmer - Ian Waring
Bill Gates is over. His Moonwalking Days are done - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Bill Gates isn´t invested that big in Microsoft anyway. It is his baby, but financially he has no big interest in Microsoft. - Johannes Siemers
I can't think of one potential candidate who is a good marketer, internal or outside - Francine Hardaway
CTO - Ian Waring
saw Lou Gerstner turn that ship in '90s - Jerome Hughes
Only 15% of IBM is hardware these days - less now Series X -> Lenovo - Ian Waring
Bob Parsons? He was a great marketer - Francine Hardaway
Doing patent shakedowns on folks like Twitter now - Ian Waring
Pretty well, but as economics go Public Cloud, then Linux dominates... - Ian Waring
Microsoft's future is another Companies past - Moe Glitz from iPhone
What about Jeff Weiner from LinkedIn (Farhad Manjoo's suggestion)? - Alex de Soto
Benedict Evans has a nice piece about apps in the future - card paradigm - Ian Waring
Hypercard returns! - Ian Waring
Satya's silent hand has been quietly active for some time. Lead msopen tech. Apparently leading to big dust up with Sinof. http://msopentech.com/nodehac... - clive boulton
if something works and is easy to use I like it, whether it's "software" or whatever. - Laura Norvig
guys are feisty today - Tina Chase Gillmor
hate all the things! - Laura Norvig
Lot of Govt sites still on IE6 - Ian Waring
Robust GG dialog - clive boulton
32! - Ian Waring
Support for Chrome Apps - headless JS/HTML/CSS apps - Ian Waring
Chrome the T-Shirt - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Chrome is the new Windows 32 - Ian Waring
And Advanced Development Group - Ian Waring
Chrome Apps are going disconnected. Another twist of the knife into Windowz - clive boulton
Motorola Adv Dev Group had a project ARA - Ian Waring
How to lose money in business- buy patents - Moe Glitz from iPhone
DEC were going to call 64-bit machine ARA - changed to Alpha AXP, as ARA is Arabic for shit - Ian Waring
Not peanuts to most - Dale Lature
wait whut? Prime is going up? - Laura Norvig
scoble is quiet today - Tina Chase Gillmor
Really need patents to stave off patent trolls - clive boulton
supposed to go up $20 to $40 - Kevin Marks
they're considering it - Jerome Hughes
I'd still have prime at $20 more. And I never have video - Francine Hardaway
This is interesting post I read from Ilya Grigorik re browsers https://plus.google.com/1145524... - Petr Faitl
Prime is better delivery. next day by 1pm, same day in London and Birmingham here - Ian Waring
I heard 20....99.95 makes sense - Dale Lature
Love Prime - Ian Waring
I have to sign off - it's been a pleasure. See everyone in two weeks! - John Taschek
$40 more is a different story - Francine Hardaway
by JOhn - Tina Chase Gillmor
Bye John - Francine Hardaway
Apple split Apple TV into it's own category on the store - Jerome Hughes
I stuck $4K in each of Liquid Metal and GT Advanced Tech - up 66% and 11% in last 2 weeks - Ian Waring
apple says this for several quarters now? - Ludwig Ederle
Facebook App called "Paper" - Ian Waring
It would be interesting to see if Paper will ultimately be a cross-platform app or a "closed-garden." I think it would have a huge impact if people will be able to post on Twitter, for example. - Nir Ben Yona
Liquid Metal has 17 Apple patents, GTAT have Sapphire screen plant in Arizona - Ian Waring
the Paper app is iPhone only, not even iPad - Kevin Marks
Samna - Ian Waring
BTW, FB Messenger is the leading IM app in the US. Whatsapp controls most of the others. Line in Japan. - Nir Ben Yona
Lotus Ami - Ian Waring
trillian? - Laura Norvig
Apple trademarking iWatch in several countries - Ian Waring
hootsuite - Ian Waring
I don't see the logo - Francine Hardaway
@Francine Enlarge your screen. - Nir Ben Yona
Google+ is the single signon - Ian Waring
it's ok you dont need to see the skype logo Francine ;-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
Happy not to see it:-) - Francine Hardaway
one backend to service them all - Jerome Hughes
oops, my son let the dogs out when he went out - Kevin Marks
@Robert, RE: Paper, agree, a gentle migration to a new interface...built by a team called Labs no? Also a vehicle for video ads too yah? - J.C. Bouvier
I couldn't download it on iPad last night Kevin - Francine Hardaway
You can look at how LinkedIn has buried Pulse News within. Don't care for that Yahoo! approach. - Alex de Soto
I had it working on my old Nexus 7 tab - Ian Waring
I did too, but then I wiped it to give to my son - Kevin Marks
That's the lean startup methodology - Francine Hardaway
Facebook Must be the most expensive App Company in the world - Moe Glitz from iPhone
main thing is that the apps get those who'd leave to keep using their services from a different interface - Jerome Hughes
Poke, Home. Failures - Moe Glitz from iPhone
I don't use anything on FB but the newsfeed - Francine Hardaway
Facebook camera - Kevin Marks
Oh, and events - Francine Hardaway
Facebook looking to allow anonymity soon - Ian Waring
Flipboard cuts through Paper - Moe Glitz from iPhone
i'm always amazed at how much I love this conversation ;-) - Tina Chase Gillmor
their events don't pipe into calendar any more - Kevin Marks
Apps are like "appendages" to the OS? - Alex de Soto
and they'll migrate behaviors from the main app to other apps as they find them more useful for those behaviors - Jerome Hughes
I have one private Group on Facebook (Social Media Nonprofit Friends) I use for professional development, just-in-time answers. But that just happens to be a great community - we would be comfortable using any tool to communicate. The rest of FB is meh to me. - Laura Norvig
Two datapoints, Steve - Francine Hardaway
Look how differently each of us use FB - Francine Hardaway
Ben Evans and app paradigms: http://ben-evans.com/benedic... - Ian Waring
ask a fish about the ocean - Jerome Hughes
Steve, she uses Instagram...that's for sure. - Nir Ben Yona
bingo keith. kids know what apps they use. maybe she just doesn't resonate with the word app. - Laura Norvig
"How do you send messages to a friend...?" Not, what app...? - Tom Guarriello
Exactly - Francine Hardaway
Ben Evans: Google is the first to advance interaction models that are not remotely webby (such as Now) - Ian Waring
i think the younger gen isn't as brand loyal as their parents - Tina Chase Gillmor
the back of the fork - Kevin Marks
A brand is a promise - Francine Hardaway
And how @Tina - J.C. Bouvier
Oh you Englismen... back of the fork - Tina Chase Gillmor
This generation's feast moves to the latest and greatest wherever it is... - J.C. Bouvier
That would fail like poke did - Francine Hardaway
And (pop) culture - Ludwig Ederle from iPhone
On the Paper app itself, how can they claim a 'distraction' free environment w/out ads? Are they charging the outlets like Atlantic & NatGeo for an extended schema of data from Paper users? - J.C. Bouvier
Totally - Francine Hardaway
But that isn't brand loyalty - Francine Hardaway
I use FB messenger more than I thought i ever would - Tina Chase Gillmor
Not sure that people will necessarily use these apps in 5/10 years (FB, Twitter, Instagram). - Nir Ben Yona
I use FB messenger a lot because I can reach people that way - Francine Hardaway
People associate with process flows, not apps - Ian Waring
Get Taxi - Nir Ben Yona
combination of utility and popularity makes an app go. - Laura Norvig
I use FB messenger cos twitter won't let me dm links any more - Kevin Marks
you a quality loyal Robert. If Uber's quality sinks, you will jump.... and fast - Tina Chase Gillmor
Facebook's mobile app wouldn't stop demanding that I install the damn messenger app...so I finally did...I think the multiple app strategy is their plan, but I don't think it can be a holistic solution for them... - J.C. Bouvier
I see no point why brands should disappear. The more disruption the more you need brands as a guideline to quality and pop culture, no? - Ludwig Ederle from iPhone
fb messenger on android is really handy - Kevin Marks
Ben Evans: This is the key reason why the new social messaging apps are so interesting - not because they have users and inventory now, but because they can be vectors for some of this sort of behaviour - a third acquisition, discovery and distribution channel besides Facebook and Google. - Ian Waring
Amazon is a good example: Different apps for different tasks but a universal Web presence for all. - Alex de Soto
Agree Kevin - Francine Hardaway
I love FB messenger. - Robert Scoble
But brand alone is nothing - Ludwig Ederle from iPhone
Uber is in legal trouble see my link above - Charles Carrico
FB has a terrible brand, but the nectwork effect keeps us on it - Francine Hardaway
+1 Keith This is how brands are built: association - Tom Guarriello
this is true. i dont like that either - Tina Chase Gillmor
They've all been spam - Francine Hardaway
Twitter DM would be cooler if it worked like Friendfeed - if you could message more than one person privately at once. - Laura Norvig
which FB messenger does enable - Kevin Marks
Francine: I don't know. I think Facebook's brand is on a major rebound. People are finally figuring out it's better than Twitter or Google+ in many ways. - Robert Scoble
Wow, Robert, I totally disagree. Facebook is getting quieter and quieter. They are making it really hard for Pages content to be seen in feeds. Teens are leaving. - Laura Norvig
Laura: not in my world. - Robert Scoble
Not among kids, Robert. And actually not even among "normal" people my age. People groan about FB, and use it reluctantly - Francine Hardaway
There's no joy in using FB - Francine Hardaway
i'm gonna hace to bring Steve's monitor up about 6 inches so he doesnt look down when he's talking to everyone - Tina Chase Gillmor
I don't think Facebook is struggling on mobile at all - Ludwig Ederle from iPhone
No, because advertisers are starting to move their ad spend to FB. - Francine Hardaway
he's gonna blow! - Tina Chase Gillmor
Tina: You must find a thicker John Lennon book. - Alex de Soto
Funny how Joy comes and goes. Path seemed joyous at first. Lots of folks had joy with Tumblr. - Laura Norvig
I think Robert's right. FB is like McDonald's. Everybody hates it. - Tom Guarriello
Maybe they just love the Ritz, Robert - Francine Hardaway
no, that's because of YOUR brand, Robert! - Laura Norvig
He's blowing right now!!! - Tina Chase Gillmor
Facebook notifications are pretty good. - Alex de Soto
+1 TOm., It;s not dying, but it's not joyous either - Francine Hardaway
yawn - Ian Waring
FB is a utility now. - Francine Hardaway
GO ROBERT!! - J.C. Bouvier
FB isn't dying and isn't fun. QED - Francine Hardaway
and, Francine, everybody's ashamed of using it... - Tom Guarriello
Roberts stop listening - Ian Waring
On the Desktop yes. Mobile no - Moe Glitz from iPhone
exactly Tom. Like MacDonald's - Francine Hardaway
I totally agree with robert - Ludwig Ederle from iPhone
never heard of We chat - Dale Lature
hm, forgot my snapchat password - Kevin Marks
Laura it has NOTHING to do with my brand. i talk with hundreds of normal people and watch their behaviors. - Robert Scoble
We chat on Facebook - Ludwig Ederle from iPhone
capture the people who are leaving because of inefficiencies in the thing they won't allow you to change - Jerome Hughes
Dale - 400m users. Mainly in Asia. WhatsApp has a similar number in Europe and US - Keith Teare
The people I just showed you online are NOT there because I am. - Robert Scoble
I'd agree with the McDonald's analogy. Popular but not cool. - Laura Norvig
WeChat is china first - Kevin Marks
I won't get it -iPhone only - Kevin Marks
no doubt that the most liukely place to find just about anyone is on the Facebook chat list - Dale Lature
they're trying to make sure the back end is for everybody, as everybody being available from the backend is their advantage - Jerome Hughes
Feedly is brilliant - Ian Waring
Gillmor gang is on mine - Ian Waring
I'm big Feedly user - Tom Guarriello
I use Digg Reader. Every day - Francine Hardaway
For sure Paper will compete with FlipBoard...everyone is trying for better news...I wonder if Yahoo! built their news app in response to Paper or vice versa? - J.C. Bouvier
Feedly is great. - Alex de Soto
I only used flipboard on iPad - when my iPad was stolen, I'm finished with flip and use individual apps on iphone - Charles Carrico
Feedly is No.1 traffic source for many of the big websites. - Nir Ben Yona
Let's not go there ... - Laura Norvig
But Flipboard is visual. - Alex de Soto
@Tom, have Feedly, but never seem to have time to open it on iOS or OS X... - J.C. Bouvier
the visual aspect of Flipboard doesn't work on iPhone - screen is too small - Charles Carrico
RSS is Dead, Long Live RSS - for the consumer, it's about what flows in the pipes - Jerome Hughes
Medium will never get large - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Medium looks like a fad to me, but hey, I could be wrong - Tom Guarriello
I'd use Tumblr rather than Medium (too San Francisco-ish), - clive boulton
No mention of Super Bowl on the show - Moe Glitz from iPhone
I use Flipboard on Nexus 5 and iPhone and it works fine for me. Easy to flip those items up. Does give my thumb a workout though. And it actually works well on Windows 8 too. - Alex de Soto
I'm w/you @Moe, too long form...people see paragraphs and glaze over...'TIme to read' is helpful, if everyone reads at a Master's candidate level... - J.C. Bouvier
Or Rugby with Shoulder Pads - Moe Glitz from iPhone
(hand up) - Ian Waring
*raises hand* - J.C. Bouvier
LOL proof that it's not a technical problem - Jerome Hughes
Medium won't be a real tool until Nick Bilton or Brad Stone write a book... - J.C. Bouvier
pownce rip - Kevin Marks
earlier today... Dave Winer's tweet ☮ ‏@davewiner 6h I hope someday someone pollutes Steve Gillmor and Mike Arrington's life with "dead" metaphors. - Tina Chase Gillmor
not a technical problem, a robert not listening problem - Kevin Marks
Tumblr with Disqus comments - clive boulton
Kevin: sorry for talking over you. - Robert Scoble
Tech-the new Beauty Pageant - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Don't mistake me, I really like Medium...however if the focus of the tool is the display of words in text at a length of more than a Facebook status update; that isn't where the traffic trends are pointing for mass consumption on a scale like Facebook... - J.C. Bouvier
Clive: Not gonna happen. David don't like it. - Nir Ben Yona
feel for Robert as often have the same issue - Jerome Hughes
Relevant to today's discussion - MG on transition of social networks and apps http://parislemon.com/post... - Laura Norvig
Yeah not sure. Usually Robert hears and keeps off of other dialog - Tina Chase Gillmor
it can be his skype cutting us out - Kevin Marks
Moe, what was that about a Superb Owl? - Laura Norvig
Yeah, it's hard to hear today. - Robert Scoble
The best thing about Medium is the interface. - Francine Hardaway
Francine: yes. - Robert Scoble
Is Nexus supposed to go away with Motorola? - Kevin Bryan
Robert stay on the line after the show. Letr's see if we can figure it out - Tina Chase Gillmor
Patents! - Ian Waring
Apple TV rumored to include integrated AirPort, gaming, etc? - Jerome Hughes
Halo Product - Ian Waring
Google working on Skynet at the moment - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Deep mind was a big deal - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Agree with Ian. No one really knows the actual value of Motorola patents. - Nir Ben Yona
as a hedge against msft patents - Kevin Marks
Google stopped folks playing Atari video games - Ian Waring
Whisper, Secret. Hush is coming next - Moe Glitz from iPhone
followed by shhhhh - Tina Chase Gillmor
Tks for calling it out @Keith, I might have missed it... - J.C. Bouvier
where was that Ian? missed it - Kevin Marks
STFU is the next app - Kevin Marks
Nir Ben Yona: David's right Tumblr reblogs more successful, but some folks custom adding Disqus comments. - clive boulton
Microsoft still getting Android menace payments (and market share data from "licensees")? - Ian Waring
MG - "There is a lot of noise out there. But there is also a lot of opportunity. Because the age of the social network is ending." - http://parislemon.com/post... - Keith Teare
more app-centric fluff though - Kevin Marks
Joke - your commentary from TWIG on what Deepmind did with video games - Ian Waring
ahah! - Kevin Marks
Social network is ending? Social is dead? really? - Tina Chase Gillmor
Lol laura - Moe Glitz from iPhone
I want you to see my answer to MG: https://www.facebook.com/parisle... - Robert Scoble
The social networking era hasn't even started yet - Ludwig Ederle from iPhone
Clive, yeah.. you can sort it out. - Nir Ben Yona
social is implicit infrastructure is the point - Kevin Marks
Tina, a very link-baity title but a decent article. - Laura Norvig
water flows to the low points unless coerced - Jerome Hughes
Facebook having to keep the stock price up by driving massive audience is driving Zuck into growing lower demographic audiences. WalmartBook - clive boulton
You really should keep this show to one hour, Steve. *doesn't need an app to say that* - Laura Norvig
Facebook is the new Comcast - Moe Glitz from iPhone
Facebook needs to be a bit more solid on not hiding friend statuses selectively - Ian Waring
Facebook is the new Yahoo - it feels like a portal page when I go there - Kevin Marks
Yahoo = dead meat - Ian Waring
FB needs to tell us how to get the people we want into our feeds - Francine Hardaway
+1 Francine - Tom Guarriello
+1 Francine - Ian Waring
+1 Francine - clive boulton
please ignore the curator behind the curtain, and trust implicitly that we're doing what's best for you - Jerome Hughes
PostSecret app'ified - Ian Waring
I left FB because Zucks graph sucks in too much past not enough future - clive boulton
True Francine. Currently they want to get Advertisers into our feeds - Moe Glitz from iPhone
And we trust Google's algorithms to filter all knowledge? - Alex de Soto
Yeah but PostSecret is totally anonymous/random - not for people who know each other. - Laura Norvig
Tx guys, TGIF and have a great weekend... - J.C. Bouvier
GG looks great, Tina! - Tom Guarriello
If you dont know where the message has come from, do you know? - Ian Waring
no we don't but they seem better at it then FB, because they have another source of ad revenue - Kevin Marks
Kevin's right there. I'm seeing a ton of curated content from Google Now lately. I'ts all been signal; no noise. - Kevin Bryan
Any platform where we can hear when GG is about to be aired? I get 2 mins notice... - Ian Waring
Did I miss a convo about the GOOG MOTO sale? - J.C. Bouvier
You are welcome Steve - Francine Hardaway
Kevin: GOogle+ is very noisy for me, but watch what they do to join more of Google+ into Google Search Engine and make it possible for developers to get a higher virality and conversion rate. - Robert Scoble
Ian, Steve betlieves we should be a spontaneous community - Francine Hardaway
Great show! - Robert Scoble
GG looks great in HD - clive boulton
Was a great show - Francine Hardaway
Francine, has FB not made it clear that adding someone to the close friends list brings you everything? or does it? reviewing someone's page often shows plenty you'd have missed otherwise - Jerome Hughes
Great show, but if you're broadcasting Saturday, what time? - Ian Waring
Who's going to win the "Big Game," the "Pot Bowl?" - Alex de Soto
clive boulton: I agree. Show looks very HD. - Kevin Bryan
Currently 10:40pm here - Ian Waring
Last Saturday, you did the prog 2 hours early - Ian Waring
Time for next Saturday please? - Ian Waring
Yeah Tina! - Alex de Soto
Ooo, I missed the beginning, something to look forward to - Tom Guarriello
Time??? - Ian Waring
Jerry I do that. It's not clear tho - Francine Hardaway
10 a.m.! - Robert Scoble
Thanks for mentioning Medium. Hadn't heard of that one before. - Kevin Bryan
Thanks to everyone for joining us! - Robert Scoble
Thank you Robert - Ian Waring
Thank you! Later.... - Alex de Soto
Great weekend everyone! - Nir Ben Yona
thanks to all! - Jerome Hughes
By the way, if you're English: Brilliant, funny journalism: http://t.co/Z0Sum0uK3t #hollande #cornered - Ian Waring
Oh, one more reason Twitter's great: follow Joyce Carol Oates! You won't regret it. - Tom Guarriello
nice all - floresterrell
upstream went dead - Charles Carrico
t-ra: lose,find,repeat
Young people, I will school your ignorant asses on the reality of Cointelpro in the middle of this bar. Do not doubt it. #sayhippieoncemore
that's a barometer of respect in my book. you gotta know about Cointelpro if you wanna get on my good side. - Laura Norvig
I must've gotten a bug up my butt about something last night for real. Between this and the He-Man thing. - t-ra: lose,find,repeat
Derrick
Adding Delaware and Pennsylvania to my list of new-to-me states.
Like, you had never heard of them? ;) - Steele Lawman
Yes. :) - Derrick from iPhone
are you at ALA Midwinter, then? - Steele Lawman
Yes, or rather I will be. Headed there now. - Derrick from iPhone
They totally didn't exist before Derrick visited them. *nods* - RepoRat
we call Pennsylvania the road-kill state. - Stephan!e•CogSc!L!brar!an
C'mon. Philadelphia cream cheese, yo. - Laura Norvig
When will you be in PA Derrick? - Janet
NOW YOU ARE DEL-AWARE!!!! (Stolen from Conan O'Brien. Of course.) - Zamms
I'll be there daily and commuting from Delaware through Sunday for the conference. Heading back to DC on Monday. - Derrick from iPhone
You'll have to check out the eastern shore of MD and the DE beaches when it's warmer. Lots of fun places to visit. I'm actually working on a trip back east for late spring so maybe we can do a mini road trip to the beach! - Corinne L
Laura Norvig
Today I will bring it. I will listen. I will do my best. I will be thankful for food, water, air, and employment.
I did all that. And now I'm f**king exhausted. Think I'll head home. - Laura Norvig
:) safe home, and enjoy your rest! - WoH: Professor MOTHRA
Andrew C (✔)
Sites where the comments are worth reading:
friendfeed - Katy S
Friendfeed. AV Club. Crooked Timber. At least some sports blogs (Knickerblogger, Posting and Toasting, probably more). - Andrew C (✔)
AV Club is fantastic! A little insular and you have to know some of the inside jokes and shorthand, but really good comments overall. - Jed
DAWES - Andrew C (✔)
FriendFeed, YouTube (yes, I said it), Google+, pretty much anywhere there's an 'elite' of commenters drumming the pace of their communities' interactions based on content that makes people think instead of entertain them. - Zu from AOD
I've enjoyed several of the club-specific soccer blogs. - Jennifer Dittrich
Metafilter. /b/ - Akiva
Metafilter. AskMetafilter!!! - Meg VMeg
Parts of reddit, but not all of it. - ellbeecee
Metafilter. - Betsy
Great Affectations, Ben Afflect's literary criticism blog. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
DonationCoder forum (just stay out of the basement...we keep our collection of wingnuts down there) - April Russo
But seriously, Ta-Nehisi Coates' column on theatlantic.com. - Micah from FFHound(roid)!
/r/askreddit and /r/truegaming On reddit can be interesting. - Rodfather from Android
WordPress developers' blogs. - Mary B: #TeamMonique
Stack Overflow. - Akiva
Penthouse Forum - Steve C
Laura Norvig
That moment when I remember that I don't have to deal with my old boss anymore.
So much this, every day. - Laura Norvig
Laura Norvig
What is the difference between an art "print" and a poster? I just sold a print at our garage sale, and Jeff is saying it was actually worth a lot. I didn't like it, so I don't care, but when I google https://www.google.com/search...
I see some that cost $200 and some that cost $20. - Laura Norvig
prints tend to be limited edition, but can also just be printed on higher quality paper with high quality ink, where everything is painstakingly recreated from the original. they're either made by the artist themselves or be a reputable company with permission to reproduce it. a poster tends to be printed on cheaper material, lower quality ink, and blemishes/color mismatches/other defects can occur with more frequency - Sir Shuping is just sir
I have seen them numbered too. A friend of mine always buys prints from a local artist. Most are limited to 200 or less copies. - Janet from FFHound!
I think this was a print, but I sold it for $5! I don't care, it just wasn't my favorite Dali. Someone gave it to us. - Laura Norvig
Amit Patel
Mavericks Invitational | 2013/2014 - http://www.mavericksinvitational.com/
Mavericks Invitational | 2013/2014
Mavericks today! I'm headed out to the beach today to see waves but will be staying away from Half Moon Bay. The forecast is for 30-40 foot waves (but that'll be far from shore). - Amit Patel from Bookmarklet
(live stream) - Amit Patel
Yesterday the waves were a little larger than normal, but nothing outrageous. But I don't know enough about the dynamics of Mavericks to say. - Todd Hoff
I could hear the surf pounding last night - lots of surfers going out just around Santa Cruz today. Mavericks should be awesome (but crowded - I can't deal). - Laura Norvig
Wow, the livestream is fantastic. - Laura Norvig
The waves were nice. I didn't go up to Half Moon Bay but spent some time at Pescadero and Bean Hollow. - Amit Patel
Any good pics? - Stephen Mack from iPhone
Some posted in the news: http://www.sfgate.com/news... ; I got distracted by birds and don't have many wave pics but I'll post them soon - Amit Patel
The dynamics of Mavericks are that you absolutely can't watch it from the beach: Way too dangerous, and heavily patrolled. They have big TV screens at a nearby inn. (Never been, don't really plan to go: the livestream is as close as you'd actually get by being there. Unless, of course, you're a Mavericks competitor or judge.) - Walt Crawford
Laura Norvig
If someone leaves a message on your work voice mail, but doesn't bother to say what it's about, do you even bother to call them back? *can't be bothered*.
Depends on who it is? - Katy S
Nobody I've ever heard of. And I get various old 800 numbers forwarded to me so I'm pretty sure it's about a project we aren't funded for any more. - Laura Norvig
It's just weird. When I leave someone a voice mail, I state the general nature of why I called. I don't just say, "This is Laura, call me at 123456." - Laura Norvig
That's how we were trained to use voice mail in 1989: leave an actual message. My father used to drive me crazy with urgent call-me messages that turned out to be about an article he'd read. Come to think of it, even after the innanet came along, he never learned to send me links ... - Mary B: #TeamMonique
With all the privacy laws now, detailed messages are not allowed from our facilities. I may state my name and location but not much more. - Janet from FFHound!
I don't even check my work voicemail - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE from YouFeed
kendrak
So ALA is having membership problems? They need a bigger tent. Also people think SLA is successful. Nice! http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2014...
supasuccess - jambina
would be insteresting to know the history of AALL, MLA, etc. in relation to ALA and SLA. i know the history of SLA because the ghost of john cotton dana came to me in a meeting. - kendrak
I was mildly amused at the year the decline started. All Hail Former President Gorman! (No, I don't REALLY think the decline is his fault; the structural problems are bigger than he is. But still. Funny.) - RepoRat
I need to parse this for ALA Membership Committee this coming Sunday - awd from Android
SLA has had it's issues, like any association, but it provided a lot of value to me back in the day. The two SLA conferences I went to were great. - Laura Norvig
Louis Gray
Books Step Behind the Curtain of Tech's Leading Companies - http://blog.louisgray.com/2014...
Books Step Behind the Curtain of Tech's Leading Companies
"The end of 2013 brought us an unusual array of tales on technology going behind the public faces of some of technology's biggest names, including Apple, Google, Amazon and the newest $30 billion kid on the block, Twitter. So I spent a good amount of the holiday break taking in stories, with their own various embellishments, covering the challenges of building a mobile operating system at Google and Apple, the executive tug of war and pivot of Twitter, the focus on design in Jony Ive's laboratory, and how Amazon has craftily executed on its plan to become the single store for everything under the sun." - Louis Gray from Bookmarklet
I enjoyed Hatching Twitter even though it was ... a little sensationalist. It's the only book I've finished reading in a long time. Usually I start a book, then go be a mom, and then start another book a few weeks later. - Laura Norvig
Stephen Mack
For a typical workweek, what's the delta in time from when you get up to when you arrive at your desk? Does it vary much day to day? http://www.youtube.com/watch...
For a typical workweek, what's the delta in time from when you get up to when you arrive at your desk? Does it vary much day to day? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eo4u4JJAPGk
Play
(Video: "Remind Me" by Röyksopp, somewhat unrelated.) - Stephen Mack
an hour and a half. Nope, not much - WebGoddess
It can vary from one hour to seven hours, depending on what I have planned to do before work. - Julian
On days when I have my kids, I wake up at 6:30 and am at work at a few minutes before 9 (as long as traffic isn't terrible), so that's 2.5 hours. On days when I don't have my kids, I might get up as little as 30 minutes before the time I arrive at work. - Stephen Mack
Julian, seven hours? I guess those days you're not starting work at 9am! - Stephen Mack
Alarm clock to clock-in takes me about half an hour. There's a ten minute walk in there too. - Steel Penguin Slippy
It varies too much from day to day. - Friar Will
It was about 1.5 hours at each of the last 3 offices I was assigned. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
Depends on whether the kidlet has school or not, and depends on whether I am working from home (4 days/week) or working in my office (1 day/week). On days when the kidlet doesn't have school and I'm working from home, I wake up about 15 minutes before I sit down at my desk; on days when the kidlet has school and I work from home, I wake up about 1.5 hours before I sit down at my desk;... more... - COMPLICATED MR. NOODLE
Monday's I work 1-9, so it is 7 hours, Tue/Wed 3 hours, Thurs/Fri 2 hours. - Alan
2.5 hours. Video date, ~30 min for shower and lunch making, and ~30 minutes to walk to work. - Eivind
Less than an hour. I love my sleep. - Kristin
2 hours from wake to work arrival. Each morning breakfast is cooked and packed for 8:30 eating. Lunch also packed, litter pans cleaned, feral cats fed, shower. 20 minutes of this is driving time. I have a well oiled system with no room for deviation. - Janet from FFHound!
30 minutes. - Not Me
About two hours. That includes 70-90 of commute. - Eric - Watch Me Now
"Get up"? You mean from sleep? - Louis Gray
It's around 3 hours now. I'm up a little before 5am. Charlie gets his inhaler treatment, both cats get fed. I either have coffee or make my green smoothie and drink 1/2 of that (the other 1/2 goes into a jar for later). A few minutes of catching up on the internets, morning ablutions, dressing, packing the backpack, getting things off their respective chargers and then out the door on the bike to the ferry. By the time I'm off the ferry and walk to the office it's 8am. - vicster: full-bodied
About an hour, most mornings. - Jennifer Dittrich from FFHound!
Louis: Yes, sleep, for us mortals. In your case, whenever it is you emerge from your Dorian Gray Capsule, Mr. Gray. - Stephen Mack
3.5 hours - Meg VMeg
2.5 hours - Georgia
Two hours. - Steven Perez from Android
2 hours, little variation - Bruce Lewis
2 hours. Only about 15 min. of that is commute. - Laura Norvig
about 2hrs - Peter Dawson
2.5 hours, including a 50 min. commute. - Ken Morley
My schedule is almost exactly what Stephens is : Typically up at 6:45 for kids, arrive at work at 9:15. That includes ~30m of "downtime" due to difference in dropoff of 2nd grade and Pre-K. Next year might be better. :) - Steve and 4 other people
I love Royksopp … now I'm watching a bunch of their videos … wait, what was the question? - Amit Patel
Usually around three hours when I go into the office. 15 minutes when I telework. :) - Jenny H. from Android
30 minutes when i go into office 5 when telecommute - Steve C
3-5 minutes. Varies depending on whether I woke up naturally or if some husband caused noisy kitchen catastrophe woke me up. - April Russo
Two hours, three hours on days I bring Sophie to school first. - Stephan Planken
3-3.5 hours when commuting. Under an hour when WFH. - благодарю, вас так много
I just want to add, its a joy to know I'm not the only person in the world who uses the word "delta" in its algebraic sense in everyday speech. - Steel Penguin Slippy from Android
Laura Norvig
Schemer. Whenever a site I've long neglected sends me the email that they are about to shut down, I go back and see how cool it is and wish I had been using it. Did you Scheme? https://www.schemer.com/profile...
I created an account but never quite understood what the site was really for. - (Curtis/Alan) Jackson
Same. - Stephen Mack from iPhone
I set up an account a couple years ago and was prompted by this to log in. I've done about half of the things! One was "Visit DC". And look at me now. :) - Derrick
Derrick, when I went back I was pleasantly surprised that I had done some of the things! - Laura Norvig
Only when it first launched; I haven't visited the site in a long time. I wonder if I have done any of those things? - Jenny H.
I signed up then never went there again. - Katy S
:) - Derrick
I Schemed, but it was a more Lispy kind of Scheme … - Amit Patel
Laura Norvig
Derrick
Snow days are REAL.
Perhaps it will actually snow. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
As someone who is new to snow, I'm kind of over it. All it does is cause problems and shuts everything down. - Derrick
I don't mind when it shuts things down. I mind when you have to go work anyway. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
I think snow in a non winter climate would make me nuts, for that reason. Here? It's just a thing that happens. - Jenica from iPhone
DC is weird because it gets snow often enough that it should be prepared for it, but not often enough for it to be prepared for it. It's like it forgets how to handle snow every single time it does. - Zamms
DC and Baltimore always blow the snow removal budget on the first snow and then get blasted by the real thing later in the winter. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
I don't doubt that snow and lots of it can be exciting for snow lovers and a bit of a pain logistically for it's detractors, but DC weather people and a lot of the residents go crazy when snow is on the horizon. It is exactly what Zamms said and I just want everyone to take a dose of cat tranquilizers. - Derrick
Ha! Maybe you can make it snow cat tranquilizers? - Jenica from iPhone
:) - Derrick
Snow is fun and a novelty for people like me living in a place where it snows once every 4-5 years for an hour. Or it's fun when you're visiting somewhere and get to see the snow, and then leave. I know I'd feel much differently if I had to live there. It's annoying and very dangerous. - Trish R
I disagree -- when you live somewhere that it snows regularly, there's nothing dangerous about it, because municipalities are appropriately prepared to clear the snow, and people don't freak out about it. It's just part of life. It's only dangerous when people get all OMGSNOWMAGEDDON about it. - Jenica
When I lived in NOVA, they closed the schools for one inch of snow because, I was told, they're in the South and it doesn't snow in the South. - Betsy
DC is SO OMGSNOWMAGEDDON about it. I guess there hasn't been much snow here since the last Snowmageddon. - Derrick
LOL Derrick -- I think DC may we worse than Atlanta! :) - LoisMarketing
I guess that shows how much I know about snow. I've been deceived into thinking these weather situations are dangerous. Nevermind. Have fun and enjoy your snow days! - Trish R
It's started! - Derrick
Enjoy! Ignore the fearmongering weather dudes! :) - Jenica
while I don't miss winters further north, I do have very sweet memories of snow days in Baltimore spent treking around in the quiet blanket of the neighborhood to gather at whomever's pad with a fireplace. - t-ra: lose,find,repeat
We have some laying NE of Baltimore County with more a coming. When I was living in nyc a dozen or so years ago, we had about 12 inches of snow and my wife was shocked that they opened schools on time the next day. - ♫Jorge Covert, Trainer♫
Snow days when you are a kid are pure magic. Sledding, hot chocolate, no school, snowmen, snowball fights. Then, once you grow up, just move to California like I did. - Laura Norvig
t-ra: lose,find,repeat
...and I'm toast.
what's up? - Laura Norvig
most definitely have found a winner with this guy. - t-ra: lose,find,repeat from Android
YAYYYYYY! - Spidra Webster
pace yourself, boo. Be cool. - Laura Norvig
Indeed... the keeping of the calm is key. - t-ra: lose,find,repeat from Android
You're toast and he's butter? - Amit Patel
Laura Norvig
Just finished reading Hatching Twitter on my Kindle.
Also just stumbled on this post http://friendfeed.com/scoblei... - Laura Norvig
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