The International Semantic Web Conference is currently taking place here in Athens, Georgia, and it’s been really great so far.
The following entries were written in the Conferences category:
My MT-Redland paper just got accepted to SFSW at ESWC2005. Now I need to figure out how to make some changes without going over the page limit.
I’ve just emerged from two weeks of writing a paper on MT-Redland for SFSW2005.
I’m almost certain that I’m in the background of this picture on Joi Ito’s moblog.
I’m back from SXSW. The trip was tons of fun, almost entirely had outsideof the conference (of which we missed more than half).
I want an IRC logger that dumps straight to SubEthaEdit.
The WiFi connection sucks here.
Yesterday I checked out The Future of Unlicensed Wireless. It was a rather good, if very introductory, look at the state of unlicensed wireless, and the technologies that will be arriving in the coming years.
If you get caught with your laptop plugged into a wall outlet, you’ll be charged $85.
Apparently I can’t take any pictures at SXSW.
Here’s my tentative schedule for where I’ll be at SXSW.
Gary and I just confirmed our tickets for this year’s SXSW Interactive Festival.
Defcon plans are coming together. I’ll be driving from Boston with Shuli (and perhaps Simon) and arriving in Vegas on Friday morning. Then back to Boston on Sunday. This will be a nice time to catch up with Adam and…
I’m finishing KSR’s The Years of Rice and Salt tonight, and in the second to last chapter, Nsara, is a recurrent theme in his books: the peak of a scientific or intellectual class exemplified by the lifestyle of an academic conference.
Damn. I always dug the fact that my set of O’Reilly Coasters proved that I was there at OSCON 4.