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 Supernova Conference2002-12-09 22:16
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A conference on our decentralized future is going on in Palo Alto right now. I would have liked to be there, but the price was outrageous - $1000 per day. Anyway, all the big names and visionary techies in weblogs and online collaboration are there as speakers and panelists. And that makes it rather interesting to follow, as all those guys are sitting with their WiFi connected laptops and updating their weblogs in close to real time. You can see an automatically updated list of them here, thanks to trackback technology that keeps track of who links to what. Doc Searls is saying many good things. I'm not sure what it adds up to, other than that there's obviously a lot of energy in the air, and decentralization and peer-to-peer and collaboration and anything wireless is good.

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12 Dec 2002 @ 14:54 by sharie : more power to 'em
thanks for the info  

29 Apr 2016 @ 05:04 by Carley @ : XSosBacUQbWBRqDytann
Hi Kelly the Fifth,Now that Frances has shared with us your website, I just had to go take a look to attempt to figure out where you live as I’ve heard Frances make comments about you living in LA. Just had to share that I was also at this concert sitting just on the other side of the venue from you – it was an amazing night. Did you ever make it to French Ges?ealrSunan (The History Quilter – in Long Beach)  

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