Monthly Archives: July 2008

Thursday, July 31, 2008

So, today we’re blogging in the mode that once was the norm for, back when we used Radio as our blogging tool (and before that, a collection of hacks in Userland Frontier). For a while, in the mid-late 90s, … Continue reading

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Editing is not becoming a commodity

Last April, Linda sent me a link to Sara Perez’ post “Content is becoming a Commodity” on ReadWriteWeb which focuses on the problem that modern bloggers have hanging on to their words and other content. I’ve finally finished an 800-word … Continue reading

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Senator Kennedy's glioma

The Gulker household has an unusually deep, if understandable, interest in glioma – here’s a description of the disease I wrote for a post on one of my writer’s email lists. So, naturally, we’ve been reading accounts of Senator Kennedy’s … Continue reading

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Sunday evening in Berkeley

Daughter-in-law Julie Getze and I attended the James Taylor concert at the Greek Theater at UC Berkeley last night, the tickets being a joint birthday gift to us both from spouse and stepson. Julie hadn’t been born when Taylor’s ‘Fire … Continue reading

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A 'dash' through Baylands

None of our usual Baylands companions, neither cormorant nor egret nor blue heron were around today, so I had to make do with this snap of the ‘pole forest’ and a couple of joggers. I did manage two new personal … Continue reading

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15 minutes of Silicon Valley fame for the 'Influential Blogger'

We were sitting at lunch at the AlwaysOn Summit yesterday, talking to IBM Capital‘s Drew Clark, when Alexandra Johnson, a partner at Draper Fisher Jurvetson sat down next to us. I’m running a digital voice recorder, capturing Drew’s ideas, so … Continue reading

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Live from AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford

We just finished community platform session… Technology enablers coming up… Wyndstorm is presenting its Socialframes product… Everything, it seems is moving to the cloud, including the office switchboard, according to RingCentral, a Voip-based virtual PBX that can be set up … Continue reading

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