Alex Albrecht and Kevin Rose Kevin Rose smells a spliff while recording Diggnation Amsterdam. Alex Albrecht and Kevin Rose promised to grow a mustache for The Next Web but fortunately they just wore fake mustaches. Alex Albrecht and Kevin Rose with fake mustaches. Robert Scoble joins the fun and also puts on a fake mustache.… Read more Photos from Diggnation recorded live in Amsterdam at The Next Web 2008
The Next Web organizers Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten and Patrick Laive. The Next Web colleague Ernst-Jan Pfauth and TechCrunch’s Erick Schonfeld blogging live. Notable moment of the day: One of my pictures was featured on the front page of TechCrunch. Jay! Scott Rafer and Kevin Rose (Digg) Leah Culver (Pownce), Andy Smith (Jaiku/Google) and Ernst-Jan… Read more Photos and blog posts from the first day at The Next Web 2008 in Amsterdam
Tomorrow and Friday I’ll be blogging live from the Next Web Conference with Dutch problogger Ernst-Jan Pfauth. Together we’ll cover all the keynotes and start-up pitches at the Next Web blog. Speakers include: Leah Culver (Pownce), Nova Spivack (Twine), Robert Scoble, Kevin Rose (Digg), Garrett Camp (Stumble Upon) and many more. One of my personal highlights is that Diggnation… Read more Blogging live from The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam
This Thursday I will be giving a lecture on ‘The Widgetized Self‘ a term coined by Nancy Baym. Blogs are increasingly connected to search engines such as Google and Technorati through the blog software. This leads to practices that focus on identity building through the engines. What does the increasing popularity of widgets mean for… Read more Lecture: The Widgetized Self and the MacBook Reading Club
I am supporting the redwhiteblue team in the Color Wars 2008. Join us! colorwar2008.com/teams/redwhiteblue Uploaded by silvertje on 24 Mar 08, 11.17PM CET.
I attended the Dutch Bloggies 2008 last night as a jury member. I wrote a jury report for and presented the “best design” (Buro Rust) and “best accessible” (Dakzoekje) categories. I never Twittered as much and the backchannel was a great success because the whole Dutch Twitterazzi scene seemed present. Here’s a selection of my… Read more Photos Dutch Bloggies 2008