Saturday’s blogging

Again fron my iPhone (I love to test these gadgets). Today I’m at home relaxed and reading my Twitter messages and Tim O’Reilly is retweeting a statement; “to me, Twitter could evolve to be a plattform more than a messaging service” ( This made me feel enthusiastic. Also because I’m listening to the last record of Brad Mehldau’s trío, live.
I went on reading more tweets and Peter Bihr from Berlin told about being quoted by the NY Times. I read the article and I found about Likemind and subscribed to the site.
Likemind is a sort of global network (even if some of their members hate this term) of Internet caffees where peers meet every third monday of the month to talk with no other specific purpose and no agenda. I’ve found it very interesting.
Because Peter Bihr raised my curiosity I went to visit his blog:
Here Peter talks in his last post about his stressing week. He tells us about Barcamp, Girl Geek Dinner, Web 2.0 Expo, and Berlinblase. How lucky they’ve been having Tim O’reilly in Berlin.
And now I found it was worth to share it here with my iPhone.
I hope you’ve found it worth too.


About Oriol

Professor dels Estudis d'Economia i Empresa de la UOC Lecturer of the Department of Economics and Business Administration Universitat Oberta de Catalunya - Barcelona- Spain
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