* Returning to Standard Time, Effects of: Yeah, an extra hour of sleep. That'll help.
I seem to have been running on Pacific Time for the past few months, anyway.
* Robo-quotable: A source tells me that my robocall entry was quoted in the print version of the DC Express today. I was expecting this, partly because of the subject, but mostly because my referrers showed a hit from the DC Blogs live feed, originating from wpni.com (Washington Post Newsweek Interactive), which is one of the work domains for the Post.
I took a look at the PDF -- above the fold, very nice.
* Quitting unemployment is called "getting a job."
* Not Going to Vegas (Baby): The inaugural BlogWorld & New Media Expo happens this week in Vegas. Back when I was employed, I had been planning on going to this, since it was always nice when the company paid the freight for the blogging boondoggle/junket/networking opportunities.
After you go to a couple, though, you realize what a racket they are -- the same speakers; the same marketing blogging consultants pitching themselves, their blogs, and their books; the same blog backscratching and circle-jerking.
I'm not the only one to notice this.
Not saying they aren't fun, or that they can't be useful or interesting. It's still a huge racket, though, and I'm not going to go on my own dime right now.
* Lastly: I just got my copy of Leopard and I need to get food and coffee. Except Blogger keeps hanging when I try to publish. Argh.
Monday, November 05, 2007
Monday Thus Far
Posted by Joelogon at 11/05/2007
Labels: conferences, dc blogs, dumb things, referrers
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