Got a road race east of Denver tomorrow - something like 70 miles and it is gonna be really fast and really hard but enjoyable in a sick way.
Here’s a shot of me sitting in the pack a couple weekends ago at the Boulder Roubaix (yellow shoes - yeh, I know that ain’t so cool):
Definitely doing much better than this guy (this was at the finish of the Cat 3 in the same race)… ouch:
April 28th, 2007
Ran across a couple of links today about RIM announcing an application suite targeting Windows Mobile devices (WM 6.0 or better).Â Now, that isnâ€™t particularly interesting or compelling to me, but got me thinking and my first thought was that Microsoft must be acquiring RIM.
Crazy, huh?Â Is it?
Here are the links I ran across:
April 23rd, 2007
The other day I was reading an article about Yahoo in the WSJ.Â The stock took a hit and the analysts were concerned about Yahoo losing search market share to Google.Â In the meantime, Google is kicking butt in the markets.
But what happens to Google (and Yahoo) when the number of searches being performed starts to dwindle?Â I know it has for me.Â I still search from time to time, but most of my information consumption gets delivered to me via good old RSS.Â This is only going to increase as RSS aggregators get more intelligent (leveraging my attention and intention data) and the number of people using RSS increases.
My agent(s), an aggregator on steroids, is going to go out on the network and do all the work for me and hand over the information it knows I will be looking for.Â And I wonâ€™t have to look/searchâ€¦ itâ€™s gonna happen.
April 20th, 2007