Monthly Archives: April 2006

Wish me luck

Today is the day of our Blog and PodCast presentation at the Hyatt for the Connecting UP Conference.  If all goes well you will be able to subscribe to the podcast at: http://feeds.feedburner.com/cu06podcast

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Special sneak preview – recordings in progress

Quick – check out what the lads from the milton experiance have been doing on their school holidays this week. Check the link below to listen to unfinished mixes of the album in progress. http://www.wholesalemeatmusic.com/downloads/previews/tight1.mp3 More pictures HERE.

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My first ThingLink

http://thinglink.org/thing:766BFG Cool – eh?(Betcha Dave LifeKludger Wallace will figure out how to leverage thinglink.org in a way that will put a smile on its founders faces)

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Any LifeKludger s at Maker Faire?

Any LifeKludger s at Maker Faire? This post by the hobby princess reminds me that a key to LifeKludger work will be retaining the sense of fun and playfulness.  As did yesterday’s RocketBoom that featured the Seattle robot wars!! Maker … Continue reading

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Two Profound PodCasts

Two Profound PodCasts I have been thinking and talking a lot about these two podcasts lately.  Here are links to the .mp3 files and their context.  Chris and John – these are the two you need to find a way … Continue reading

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Google Calendar to remix GIG guides

Since my musings on calendars and gig guides in this post on microformats, google calendar has burst onto the scene! It is so good that it has disrupted two of my grand plans: 1. My use of paper diary post … Continue reading

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Father and son concert

Last night Jamie and I basked in the sonic bliss of the very talented musicians from OPETH.       Why were there more fights and security guard action when devil worship was explicitly mentioned?   Why did the noisy … Continue reading

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