Off to @media

London seems to be geek capital this week.

Last night, Robert Scoble threw his geek dinner party at the Texas Embassy. Much fun was had by all. Podcasters, bloggers, web developers; they were all there. I met some great people. If any of you are reading this…hi!

Right now, I’m rushing out the door to head back up to London. Tomorrow sees the start of the @media conference. Today, all the speakers are going to get together to hang out and talk about even more geek stuff.

I’m looking forward to this conference immensely. I’m somewhat nervous about my presentation on Friday: "The Behaviour Layer: Using JavaScript for good, not evil", but I’m sure it won’t be a complete disaster.

Unfortunately there won’t be WiFi at the conference itself so I won’t be doing any liveblogging. But I’m hoping that there’s some kind of internet access at the hotel. I’ll endeavour to do an end-of-day report each evening.

If you’re coming to @media, please, please, please come up and introduce yourself to me. If you’re not, maybe you can make it along to the JavaScript meet-up on Saturday.

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got a train to catch.

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Previously on this day

16 years ago I wrote Everything in its right place

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m a big fan of Apple but even by my kool-aid drinking standards they’ve really outdone themselves this time.

16 years ago I wrote The move

In an article called Stress and Emotional Health over at BBC Health, there’s a list of "top stress makers". The "very high" category lists "moving house".

17 years ago I wrote Keeping music live

I’m just back from a day out in London; Hammersmith, to be precise.