Musings on the nature of conversation flow on the web.
Back before my vacation, the number of Microsoft staff attending Linuxworld impressed me, and one of them has posted a useful report.
At this week's Supernova conference ("explores the decentralization of communications, software, and media") in Washington DC, people will be looking inside each other's heads the whole time. Here's a quick advance round-up of what some of the speakers are thinking.
Does the project-temporarily-called-Echo (not-echo as it's starting to be called - nEcho for short) hint at the future of standardisation in the massively-connected era?
Turmoil and productivity are afoot in the world of blog-tech, but the consequences have wider implications than just the world of weblogs.
Another day, another conference
Starting an unofficial list of Sun bloggers...
Why has the blogosphere been so quiet about java.net?
After JavaOne, many people need to decompress...
Concerning java.com and java.net - "this is the suffix Microsoft stole from the Internet, now we're stealing it back."
Is the Java community just for elite, emacs-wielding programmers?
Cruising to Alaska or the Caribbean is still the coolest way to take a class.
Monday saw this year's JavaPro round-table
Is the Mars Probe the most ambitious Java-powered peripheral yet?