Yep, I know, it's kinda late, but I wasn't very succesful hooking up the WiFi in the Museums Quartier
, and I was quite intent in listening to other speeches
(which I'm not doing now, I guess).
Enough babbling: first day I attended Blogwalk3
, which is like Blogtalk, but not quite. For starters, (almost) no computers. Just talk about blogs:
Whichever idea came up, it was written on a postit and sticked to the whiteboard. I did came up with one:
Burping is food sending you a trackback
to which Jan
replied (with another post it):
Isn't burping a kind of ping
Follow the link to blogwalk for other accounts on the thing. After lunch, we started the walk proper. I really liked this shopwindow:
Uhrmacher, as far as my german goes (which is not too far) means timemaker; by making clocks you actually make
time (just like in Blogrunner, sorry, Blade Runner: I make
friends). I would have just love to have some quality time made to fit.
Thinking about it, I managed to force this smile in front of the Stephansdom, the place with the highest betwienness in Wien (sorry, couldn't help the social-network-cum-geek joke)
We continued a short visit to the city center, pursuing the golden bee, which, as everybody nows, is the goddess of honeycombs and thus of the Kohonen self-organizing map. And, lo, we found it.
Many thanks to Ton
for organizing the event, providing yellow postits and to all the people who provided refreshments (donuts were excellent, thanks).