PicApp: Quality images for your blog from JD Lasica on Vimeo. Have you noticed that blogging has been getting more professional lately? Part of it is the wealth of classy-looking templates and widgets available for users of WordPress, TypePad and other blog platforms. But it’s also due to plug-ins like Zemanta (which I now use for many of my posts) … Continue reading
The Traveling Geeks can’t stop recording their every movement, especially on the Paris Metro I am still highly amused by the volume of photography and video that’s going on at the Traveling Geeks event in Paris (explanation, silly video). There is an endless number of photos that have been taken so far (full screen), and we haven’t yet arrived at … Continue reading
Go to dinner with the geeks and you’ll get lots of photos taken Let me set the scene for you. More than a dozen geeks have traveled to Paris for a weeklong tech odyssey culminating with coverage from France’s premier Web 2.0 conference, Le Web. I’m having a hard time trying to determine what the difference is between “Le Web” … Continue reading
Couldn’t be at TechCrunch 50, one of the biggest tech conferences of the year, the past two days? Here’s a 70-photo Flickr set to make you feel as if you were there (almost). One of the startups that may not have a great business model but makes a very cool Web 2.0 tool is Duffel at Duffelup.com. With Duffel, you … Continue reading
Here are 32 Flickr photos of participants in the Fortune Brainstorm:Tech conference late last week in Pasadena, Calif., with images of actor Ashton Kutcher (3 million Twitter followers), Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, Bill Gross, John Chen, CEO of Sybase, Mark Hurd, CEO of HP, Jeffrey Katzenberg of DreamWorks, and others. Related articles by Zemanta Ashton Kutcher, the world’s most popular … Continue reading
Here are 117 Flickr photos of the Traveling Geeks’ visit to Cambridge, UK, last weekend, from meeting local business leaders to local architecture to punting on the Cam. We had a brilliant time — and learned a lot, as well as contributed back — so need to thank Karyn Barnes, Sherry Coutu and others who made it all happen.