Archive for October, 2007

The social network in your pocket – the video from Podcamp Perth 2007

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Stewart Greenhill aka the GreenGuy has posted the video of my session the social network in your pocket on viddler.

Leopard and Merlin XU870

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

I have yet to purchase my copy of Leopard, but from a couple of comments on one of my previous posts on the XU870 and Tiger upgrades. It appears that upgrading to Leopard also breaks XU870 support outside the US for the unwary.

I found a helpful post of a German Mac users Google group. Roughly translated (courtesy of Google translator):

PodCamp Perth 2007

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

I came, I saw, I learnt, I presented and throughly enjoyed myself, even if over too quickly.

The most surprising thing, was that while the first PodCamp in Australia was supposed to of been organized by Adam Purcell and Jared Madden. I met them early in the day, but they disappeared into the crowd and did not even present. The organizing of PodCamp Perth 2007 seemed to be handled by Bronwen (of PerthNorg fame) and Simone (of EnjoyPerth fame), with the help of a large number of Perth people.

The social network in your pocket

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

If you wondered why it has been quiet around here lately, I have spent the last two weeks researching and preparing for my presentation at PodCamp Perth 2007.

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WebJam Sydney

Thursday, October 11th, 2007

My second WebJam was interesting event. Held after WDS07 on a Saturday evening, in front of a couple hundred people. What was interesting was the line up of speakers. The biggest surprise for me was the limited number of local speakers, there was three international speakers Andy Clarke, Aaron Gustafson and Chaals from Opera, add to that the WA contigent of me and Myles and you had I think 9 locals.

Perth that happening digital city

Tuesday, October 9th, 2007

Some of know that Perth has very active digital community, we beat Sydney 2 to 1 in voting for the inaugural PodCamp Australia. However, the first week of December looks like it will outdo anything that has happened here in the past. With:…