Internal Conference - Liveblogged
January 20, 2005 7:08 AM   Subscribe

Internal Conference - Liveblogged Interesting approach to sharing the wealth - has rounded up an interesting roster of tech speakers for a private conference - and decided to allow an internal blogging team to liveblog the speeches. Links to their talks (from yesterday and today) are here. (Speakers include Rick Dalzell, Joel Spolsky, George Dyson, James Gosling, Eric Neustadter, Rael Dornfest, Gregor Kiczales, Craig McClanahan, Brian Aker, Gavin King, Bela Ban, Michael Tiemann, Margo Seltzer and Arlene Capismalis, Chris Hofmann, Bjorn Freeman-Benson and Guido van Rossum)
posted by kokogiak (6 comments total)

The next time I take minutes at a meeting at work, I'm going to call it liveblogging.
posted by smackfu at 7:56 AM on January 20, 2005

IT Conversations.
posted by euphorb at 9:58 AM on January 20, 2005

Is this just to save money on paying a transcriptionist?

I don't get it.
posted by Ynoxas at 10:08 AM on January 20, 2005

Okay, so it's not self-evident - I thought it was cool that they were opening up the goings-on of a private event, especially with so many interesting people. The 'liveblogging' bit just happens to be the method.
posted by kokogiak at 10:24 AM on January 20, 2005

I was reading through that list of names, and, didn't recognize a single one, until, whoa!, Guido van Rossum, the creator of Python :)

Which prompted me to click the link, and, find that, there wasn't anything for him yet :(

I'm so disappointed that I probably won't bother to check later :(
posted by yeoz at 5:42 PM on January 20, 2005

James Gosling is the guy who created Java. So you should recognize that name too.
posted by smackfu at 9:03 PM on January 21, 2005

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