Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
TechCrunched! — I'm still recovering from last night's shindig. You know, what's the deal with these parties? They are getting to be media events, that's all. Be seen, and see. Take photos or videos, get videoed or photoed. Talk about tech? I tried. But it was just too noisy to have a decent conversation on video.
Discussion: Scripting News
Thomas Hawk / Thomas Hawk's Digital Connection:
Zero Zero Party Over, Oops, Out of time! Tonight We're Gonna Party Like It's 1999... TechCrunch 7 — Super Blogger Robert Scoble with the Man of the Hour Mike Arrington — THOMAS HAWK'S DIGITAL CONNECTION — SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 2006 — Zero Zero Party Over, Oops, Out of time!
Discussion: vinnie.net blogs
Scott Beale / Laughing Squid:
TechCrunch 7 Party — Tonight TechCrunch had their massive TechCrunch 7 Party at August Capital in Menlo Park. Over 750 people were in attendance and since Mike Arrington dubbed me the "official photographer", I felt that I should probably shoot a few photos.
Discussion: alexmoskalyukblog and Om Daily
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Thank You For Coming To TechCrunch 7 — The TechCrunch August Capital Party last night was a big success (if you define success as the police showing up at a top tier venture fund's offices at midnight to shut a party down). Not everything went perfectly, but the alcohol and food flowed smoothly …
Discussion: alexmoskalyukblog, Digital Micro-Markets and Life On the Wicked Stage
Donna Bogatin / Digital Micro-Markets: Tech Parties: balloons popping, or bubbles bursting
Warner Crocker / Life On the Wicked Stage: Sunday Morning Reading
Skeptic / Dead2.0:
My Web 2.0 Part-AY experience — For some people, Friday night is the night to go out. Had a long week, rally with the troops, get a few drinks, and get out on the town, hoping to get a little ac-shun at the local brewpub, bridge-and-tunnel club, or after-hours lounge.
Discussion: Marketing Nirvna
Mario Sundar / Marketing Nirvna: 'Are we there yet?' Party!
Jeremiah Owyang / Web Strategy:
TechCrunch 7 Party Photoblog — Last night at the Techcrunch party (Event Wiki) was amazing, the food, drinks, and swanky Sand Hill location was an event to remember. Mike Arrington has really positioned himself as the center of Web 2.0, pretty impressive.
Noah Kagan / Okdork.com: Top 5 Things to do at The TechCrunch Party
Mark Wallace / 3pointD.com:
Adidas Reebok Runs to Second Life — Word at the Second Life Community Convention is that virtual world services company Rivers Run Red is about to bring yet another big-name brand into the virtual world of Second Life. This time it's sneaker maker Adidas Reebok (the two companies merged a year ago) …
Discussion: POP! PR Jots, The TNL.net weblog, Loic Le Meur Blog and Scobleizer
Jeremy Pepper / POP! PR Jots: Second Life Convention - Building Your Brand and Marketing
Tristan Louis / The TNL.net weblog: Top 10 Opportunities in Virtual Worlds
Loïc Le Meur / Loic Le Meur Blog: Suzanne Vega and Duran Duran perform in Second Life
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer: Patrick not welcome at LinuxWorld
Erick Schonfeld / B2Day:
Scoop: More Details On Amazon's Unbox Video Service — We have some more details about Amazon's expected upcoming video service, dubbed Unbox. Kevin Kelleher, a frequent contributor to Business 2.0 was able to actually download the Unbox software when it was up briefly on the Web.
Discussion: GigaOM and paidContent.org
Mikael / Fosfor Gadgets:
Top 10 most beautiful cellphones — Here's another of our popular Top 10 lists - this time we have looked into beautiful cellphones. If your favorite designer phone didn't make it into the list, please add it in the comments. Thanks. — 10. Hitachi W42H
Discussion: PalmAddicts, MobileCrunch, MobileWhack.com and CrunchGear
Sam Mcloughln / PalmAddicts: Top 10 most beautiful cellphones
Paul Briggs / MobileWhack.com: Top 10 Most Beautiful Cell Phones
Richard Ozerman / CrunchGear: Top 10 Most Beautiful Cellphones
Scott Beale / Laughing Squid:
Zombies Invade San Francisco! — Quick, run to the nearest shopping mall and lock yourself in. This afternoon San Francisco was invaded by a brain-eating mob of zombies. Here's photographic proof of their existence. The zombies were first sighted at the corner of Sansome and Market Street …
Mark VandeWettering / brainwagon: Zombies Invade San Francisco!
Ryan Carter / Download Squad:
RocketDock-a Mac Dock clone for Windows — RocketDock by Punk Software is a great Mac OS X dock clone for Windows. It is bouncy when you mouseover, allows you to drag and drop new shortcuts to the bar, and lets you customize all the settings, including the icon height, opacity, and even edge offset.
Discussion: Things That
Official Google Base Blog:
Reporting on Google Base — We're pleased to offer Google Base providers more information on how your items are faring. For example, you might want to know how often they are part of search results ("impressions"), and how frequently people are clicking on them ("clicks").
Discussion: Googling Google
Garett Rogers / Googling Google: Google Base items get statistics
Ian Sager / Business Week:
Google Video: No Tube of Plenty — The search giant's video service is easy to use, but skimpy when it comes to programs you actually want to watch — The Good An endless flow of viral videos; simple upload process — The Bad Poor selection of videos for sale; lacks tools that let users personalize pages
Discussion: Google Watch and digg
Steve Bryant / Google Watch: Google Video Passes Yahoo
Dublin man plans Apple "walk of shame" — Following a week of waiting for Apple to arrange for the pickup of a malfunctioning iMac G5, a Dublin says he has decided to prove that he can walk to Cork — the location of the nearest Apple repair center — faster than Apple can arrange for the pickup of his broken Mac.
Scott Silverman / MacUser: A walk to shame Apple technical support
Susan / Susan Crawford blog:
The Internet Consumer Bill of Rights — A Bill of Rights follows the U.S. Constitution to protect us from the depredations of a powerful government to which we have ceded authority. The existence of a Bill of Rights assumes that there's a powerful entity against which we need protection.
Discussion: Joho the Blog
David Weinberger / Joho the Blog: Consumer Internet Bill of Rights