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    Blogwalk, blogsit, blogrun

    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, Lillia and Sebastian for organizing the event, providing yellow postits and to all the people who provided refreshments (donuts were excellent, thanks).

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