Monthly Archives: July 2007

Stanford Summit kicks off

Tony Perkins (above) and Tom Byers kicked off the Stanford Summit tonight. Tony Perkins talked about ‘discovery’ on the web, a space he describes as wide open. He also talked about old and new media brands extending into old and … Continue reading

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Stanford Summit

AlwaysOn’s Stanford Summit starts this evening: we’ll be going over tomorrow to blog live from the scene. Supposed to be about a thousand attendees… some very interesting sessions, too…

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Goodies from dotcom garden

Linda did a little harvesting yesterday afternoon: dotcom garden continues to produce a steady stream of tomatoes, cukes, beans and herbs. It’s just enough to freshen and pick up our home-made cuisine.  The French idea of a potager is very … Continue reading

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Greeted by the Bay Bridge

The Bay Bridge greeted me as I crept out from under the covers this morning. Sweet spouse Linda, knowing we had late medical appointments at UCSF, booked us a room at Hotel Vitale, across the Embarcadero from the Ferry building. … Continue reading

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AlwaysOn's Stanford Summit

It’s been a couple years since we’ve attended AlwaysOn’s Stanford Summit. Tony Perkins was kind enough to offer me a blogger pass this year, which I’ve accepted, and already have a couple of interesting invitations from innovative startups. So, stay … Continue reading

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Our patio goes away

Linda decided that she has had it with our patio: it has served us well these last 17 years IMHO, a big outdoor room where we have meals in summer and linger over Sunday morning breakfasts. So, in her typical … Continue reading

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A new OS for our AMD machine

We did get the AMD 64-bit machine tucked in to the cheesy crate as planned, and have decided that Fedora Core 7 – at $9.95 from Linuxcentral.com – is a better OS choice than Vista, which comes in at a … Continue reading

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