A coffee under my belt, a little jagged on caffeine. And already I see what Jake meant about the volume of the music.
Looks like it will be a good turnout tonight for the Seattle blog meetup—and for once I won’t be the only Microsoft blogger there. It’ll be good to meet Beth Goza, who’s legendary for having her blog picked on by people all over the blogosphere. Probably because they made the same mistake that everyone does. Just because you’re a Microsoft blogger—or employee for that matter—doesn’t mean you’re any less an individual.
It will also good to see Anita and crew again, although I’ll have to leave a little early to pick up Lisa at the airport.
Very brief keiretsu update:
George is debating whether to renew Radio. I hope George continues to blog, no matter how infrequently, regardless of his choice of platform. It
is, as Steve Gillmor said, like getting postcards from friends.
found from our cousin Jackie that the reunion I’m going
to in August is the same weekend as the Rough and Tumble
Thresherman’s reunion, featuring tons of steam equipment
and family. I last wrote about Rough and Tumble
two years ago, and I still think it’s the closest thing to steampunk you could ever hope to see today. It’ll be fun to catch up with all Arthur Young’s other descendants as well as more distant relatives and family friends (the founder of the festival is my great grandfather).
- Craig is a registered Republican who reads like a Democrat on the “What threat to the Bush Administration are you?” quiz.
- And Greg is continuing to map the turning of the tide in the battle for the hearts and minds of Americans—and their approval of the current administration.