Chris Houchens did a great job in twenty minutes explaining how blogs fit into corporate marketing. He got a good reception.
The podcast guy from Athlon Sports was pretty elementary and generic.
Mitch Joel was interesting. Took some cheap shots at boomers, but I guess he was playing to his crowd. I think he may be on the young end of being a boomer, hard to tell with guys. I’ll check out his site. UPDATE: He sat down beside me and he’s 36, talked to me like I didn’t know how to get Google juice to my youtube posts.
A couple of grad students are talking about how we interact with machines.
More groups breaking off into conversations.
Still no free beer. Overpromised and underdelivered. I hate it when that happens.
UPDATE: I apologized to Marcus for harassing him about the beer. He’s a nice guy and has worked his butt off.
Since 3 p.m. this is a geek-o-rama! A game developer showed us the software he used to make Dark Summer. It’s not released yet. I’m not a gamer, do I didn’t pay much attention.
Now its a guy talking about developing applications for the iPhone. To this group it’s a waste of time. Are there 400 people in the U.S. that will develop applications for the iPhone?