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WebZine 2000

2000-07-22 23:52:14+00 by Dan Lyke 4 comments

Eric and I are hanging out at WebZine 2000. We've run into Cam, Bill Humphries and Evan. As I type this it seems kinda weird that I can reference everyone I've met here by URL. Kinda sick. Anyway, we set up the video room so that the RTMark video could sell its culture funds, and we're vaguely aware of the panels going on while we talk to various people.

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#Comment made: 2000-07-23 15:26:42+00 by: Dan Lyke [edit history]

WebZine2000 was way cool. I'm sorry that Dan was disappointed in the small percentage of the crowd that was actually publishing, but the scene in general was somewhat inspirational - especially after spending three days listening to the OpenSource wank off... Feeling a little virtiolic this morning... Will be back in 'nooga around midnight tonight! -Eric (DOH! Using Dan's workstation again - automatically submitted as HIM)

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:30:12+00 by: Dan Lyke

Gonna have to go in and try to rebuild the database by hand now... I was a little underwhelmed by the scene because it seemed a little too "hang out in CELL space and be seen"ish, but even at that I'll be going back both the CELL space and to more events like WebZine 2000. And maybe I just didn't hang long enough or schmooze hard enough, too...

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:30:12+00 by: ntk

damn. i missed everyone. (except people i did met, who were lovely). i liked the man with the redwood trees best. he had a nice smile, didn't he?

#Comment made: 2002-02-21 05:30:12+00 by: Dan Lyke

"man with the redwood trees"? I think I was probably too absorbed in talking to leather-clad women or something. We'll have to do more such shindigs, that was fun. Maybe see what's going on around the time of the Mozilla Developer Day.