- Carbon neutral thanks to Terrapass pic
- Waxy hands pic
- Goodbye Ireland and Aer Lingus planes pic
- Johnny Haliday in concert pic
- Europe 1: Computers managing the recording studio pic
- Europe 1: Arriving at the recording studio pic
- Pierre Chappaz and Cathy Nivez recording pic
- Systems controlling the recording studio pic
- Europe 1: Midnight newsflash being recorded pic
- Outside of a Dublin pub, there was a pair of shoes on that power line pic
- Capital IT: Pitching, demoing, networking pic
I bought a Terrapass carbon offset for my car so that I can be carbon neutral. Not as good as reducing the CO2 being emitted
Not sure if this is interesting, scary or both. Thanks to Jeff Nolan for providing a better picture than the blurry one I posted originally.
Dogster's Ted Rheingold shows the Forbes article in which he and his co-founders are featured. Woof!
I finally managed to taste South African Stormhoek's wines last night, at the TechCrunch 5 party. These wines have been marketed through blogs, with the
At the Ritz Carlton in Half Moon Bay, a great place to spend your Valentine's Day. And check out the views.
And so are his dessert and latte... At the Ipswitch blogger lunch in SF.
We tend to forget how fortunate we are in the Valley when it comes to the weather, but sometimes, it does rain. Staying home for the
To all my fellow Buzznet'ers: Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, etc. May you have a great time with family and friends celebrating, and remember: Carpe Diem.
As we prepare to pop that one open to celebrate Christmas, and a number of other things - that I can't blog about yet :-). Now
My son was playing with his flight simulator, and did a couple of "fly overs" next to the Eiffel Tower and the Tour Montparnasse.
Ok, I won't pretend that I am up to date since I watched Kill Bill for the first time tonight, but boy what a film
Meet Chetan, Brian, Manish and Kieron, the management team of Kaboodle, a very cool "shopmarking" service that I started working with a couple of months
From left to right: - AlwaysOn's Tony Perkins - DFJ's Tim Draper - Menlo Ventures' John Jarve - Mobius VC's Brad Feld - KPMG's Packy Belly
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the Structured Blogging announcement, and the support of the initiate by client Edgeio.
I have taken the opportunity of speaking at Les Blogs II to spend a bit of time in Paris. After visiting my folks and
Sorry to be borderline chauvinist, but Paris is really the place where you can find the most amazing food. We had a great dinner at
Robert Scoble's better half, Maryam, checking out the pictures Robert took during our dinner in Paris. I was glad to meet Maryam for the first since
Downtown PA was no longer the same since the closure of Torrefazione. Walking in front of the shop, I notice this poster announcing the imminent
Jack Harding, eSilicon Dave Winer Mike Arrington, TechCrunch Dan Gillmor, Bayosphere
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Both Robert Scoble and Shel Israel told me that this was their first autograph. One can only guess that this was just the first of
During a Web 2.0 entrepreneurs dinner. Om Malik shot a picture with his flash at the same time, hence the funny light on Tony's face.
Got it delivered this morning. The plan is to read it in the plane to NYC.
Omer Kordestani on stage. The room is packed. And there aren't enough power strips!
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Since I needed to print a new round of business cards (can't believe how quickly 1,000 cards go by), my beloved better half designed this
Just got an email from K&L Wine, one of the best wine retailers in the Bay Area, offering truely exceptional Leoville Las Cases vintages. If you can
Steve Jurvetson was just showing me some of his flickr pictures. Actually, here it is.
A spectacular setup at a party organized by a friend of ours over the week-end.
The Mississippi Sun Herald now has a group photoblog hosted on Buzznet allowing people to post pictures, and stories, related to the Katrina Hurricane
You too can get your favorite photos printed in a book or a poster. Can't wait to get it.
Check this out people: your favorite photosharing community has brought to you a lot of new cool stuff over the past few weeks: Journals, so that
is an apology for not posting a lot over the past couple of weeks. But hols and broadband access in Spain have been a bit "challenging"