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Win A Weather Station!

06.29.2006 @ 03:46 AM PT | Matt Hartley

WeatherBug writes:

You have the opportunity to win one of the official WeatherBug Tracking Stations and weather cameras. So keep it for yourself or donate it to a school, business or public facility. Owning your own weather station comes with great benefits:

* You will join the WeatherBug community of over 8,000 schools, businesses, and local governments.
* Weather from your location will display front and center on all WeatherBug applications and websites.
* Weather from your location will be featured on TV by our broadcast partners in participating areas.
* Become one of our WeatherBug Backyard Reporters and blog about the weather for your area.

(You can click here for all of the details)

Pacific IT Podcast: Gnomedex Song

06.28.2006 @ 05:03 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Robert Sanzalone From Pacific IT Writes:

Derek K. Miller, the best of the best when it comes to creating music content for Podcasts, has come up with a theme song for Gnomedex 6.0.

I’m just in the process of getting ready to head down to Seattle for this great event and thought I would share as a mini-podcast from Pacific IT. (There’s even a little over-dub of me saying “all our good friends at Gnomedex 6.0″ - thanks Derek!)

I really don’t know what to expect but from the feedback I’ve heard from others attending last year and the anticipation of this year’s, I think I’ll be passing on some very interesting projects from some outstanding people over the next few days.

(Links and Audio available from Robert’s site)

Join Us in Seattle!

06.28.2006 @ 05:01 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Tom O’Leary Of The Messaging Times Writes:

THE MESSAGING TIMES and Infacta Ltd. are in Seattle this week and will be attending the Gnomedex Conference at Bell Harbor. Would love to meet up and put faces to names and names to faces. So if you’re going to be in the Seattle area and want to discuss Internet and email marketing, online communication, web trends or the price of tea in China while sipping a tall latte, send me an email (tom at messagingtimes dot com) and we’ll arrange something. Should be a fun and productive week.

This just in over the Gnomedex wire

06.22.2006 @ 03:03 AM PT | Matt Hartley

This just in over the Gnomedex wire:

1. We’re working on stabalizing the WiFi this year. However, if you have your own high-speed mobile data plan (like EVDO or Edge), bring it and plan on using it for the duration of the conference.

2. The Gnomedexer OPML file is - and if you don’t see your name or proper information listed, please let us know ASAP so that we can get you added/updated.

3. Subscribe to to stay up-to-date with what other Gnomedexers are posting to their blogs before, during, and after the conference - including official conference blog updates.

4. We’re still looking for sponsors, although we’ve been updating the site on a daily basis with new Gnomedex information. Did you see that we’re giving you dinner food at the Friday and Saturday night mixers?

5. As we indicated last week, the Bay Auditorium (main hall) is sold out. We have 25 more “Cove” seats available, but the registration fee is still the same (most conferences will jack up the price for last-minute purchases, but we don’t).

6. We announced our Keynote presenter, former Senator John Edwards. This will not turn Gnomedex into a political rally, as he’s accepted based on the premise that the discussion will be largely tech-oriented (as “geek” issues trancend political alliances). Early on, I tried to get Arriana Huffington, but her contacts never got back to me.

7. If you haven’t already joined the discussion list, please feel free to do so now - - and use it to ask general questions, as Ponzi and I are getting quite busy in these days leading up to the conference.

8. If you want your “significant other” to attend one of the evening functions on Thursday (Oddysey), Friday (Museum of Flight), and/or Saturday (Experience Music Project, SciFi Museum, & DoubleTake), we need you to PayPal $50 per person, per function, to Let us know which night(s) you’re registering your partner(s) for, please. Even if they don’t plan on eating or drinking, we still require $50 for admittance to each function. If your partner’s name is not registered ASAP, we cannot guarantee their admittence into our parties!

9. Thanks for your continued patience and support; Ponzi and I are easily doing the work of ten people here. We will continue to do our best to make sure this is one of the better conferences you attend in 2006. The best is yet to come, as we still have a few “top secret” surprises up our sleeve.

10. You do not need to present a ticket or “printed pass” at the door. If you received this email, then your registration is safe and ready.

See you next week!


Chris Pirillo locks journalists out of Gnomedex

06.22.2006 @ 02:59 AM PT | Matt Hartley

Robert Scoble writes:

Chris Pirillo and Ponzi told me last night that journalists are begging to be let into Gnomedex now that Senator John Edwards is doing the keynote. They told us that every ticket is a press pass and that they don’t give away free tickets and that journalists are welcome to buy a ticket, but one problem, Gnomedex is sold out. So any other journalists who want to come are gonna be forced to sit in the cove. “What about if Steve Ballmer dropped by?” I asked. He said he wouldn’t get in either unless he found a ticket on eBay somewhere. He did say that some journalists, like Todd Bishop of the Seattle PI, had the good forsight to buy a ticket before they were sold out.

I’m glad Chris is sticking by his guns and treating everyone equally. I know it’s really tough to turn away “big name” journalists. (Source)

Are You in the Blogroll?

06.19.2006 @ 01:25 PM PT | Chris Pirillo

We’ve got a single OPML file containing the links and feeds of every 2006 Gnomedexer, thanks to the code sleuthing of Kosso. This is good for importing “everybody” en masse into your news aggregator. However, it’s not always as efficient as a single feed. So, Shayne whipped out a 350-line script to convert OPML to RSS - and I think we’re going to call it “KissMyOPML” for fun. The PHP script will be open source, available for everybody soon, and is also a sign of things to come in the near future with (which will mash feeds faster than the average install). Remember, outputs OPML for every search query; think about it. You can subscribe to the Gnomedexer feed immediately - and if your name isn’t listed in the conference attendee OPML, please let us know ASAP so we can get the proper information in there.

Gnomedex Keynote: Senator John Edwards

06.16.2006 @ 02:45 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Chris writes:

Just when you thought Gnomedex couldn’t get any better, Senator John Edwards signs on as our Keynote. The senator is a long-standing supporter of technology - including podcasting and blogging. Every year, we wonder how we’re going to top ourselves. When conversations started with Senator John Edwards’ office, they were intrigued and enthralled with our approach to content! Sentator Edwards will quickly turn his time over to the Gnomedex audience, fielding questions and fostering discussion over how technology could and should play a role in our world. This is fantastic! I’m sure you’ll agree, no matter your political persuasion. This is a tremendous opportunity to have your voice heard. Does anybody know any political bloggers out there? I don’t know any…

Steve Gillmor is Coming out of Retirement

06.16.2006 @ 02:55 AM PT | Matt Hartley

Chris writes:

I’m so incredibly honored to have Steve joining us on the stage at Gnomedex this year. For a while there, it was looking as though he’d never leave his house again. Seriously, I started to get worried when he’d call and leave voicemails at three in the morning after mixing NoDoz with Attention.XML. I’m happy to report that he’s put down his NoDoz bottle and has seen the Gnomedex light once again - it’s that bright flashy thing that’s been drawing his “attention” for the past couple of years. Many of you might not remember me saying this, but Steve truly helped catalyze last year’s Gnomedex conference. Rumor has it that Dave and Steve will be having a contest over who has the fuzzier face. Ponzi is still recovering from last year’s rugburn. In all honesty, it’s great to have Steve on the dais. “On the dais, on the dais - oh oh oh, on the dais. C’mon and rock me on the dais!”

Gnomedex Will Feed You Dinner

06.15.2006 @ 01:30 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Chris writes:

Okay, it’s not enough that we’re giving you breakfast and lunch at Gnomedex, but Ponzi just told me that we’re also giving you dinner on Friday and Saturday night!!! It’s not going to be a three-course layout either night, but should prove to be something substantial (far beyond carrot sticks and dip). She says: “it probably won’t look like dinner, but it’ll be filling.” I’ll have the menus posted soon enough so you can decide for yourself, but we’re basically telling everybody that we treat all Gnomedex attendees like VIPs. This includes all Cove Gnomedexers, too. Now you wonder why we’re still looking for sponsors - this food extravaganza is killing our budget!

Gnomedex 6.0: Sold Out!!!

06.14.2006 @ 10:28 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Hey, at least you can still get into the Cove, right?

Chris writes:

Yes, the main room (Bay Auditorium) for Gnomedex is SOLD OUT - but the Cove, much like last year, is still available. We can still get you access to everything else! We’ve arranged to have a unidirectional audio/video feed sent to an adjacent room throughout the conference’s duration - so you can enjoy Gnomedex in person, too! This is exactly what we did last year, and everybody had a great time (in fact, Cove Gnomedexers returned this year as early registrants).

These new “Cove” passes are still $499 apiece, as we’re charged the same amount per attendee (and we have to pay more for the extra resources used). Most conferences charge attendees a higher amount for their last-minute registrations, but we value your presence more than anything - opting to keep the price the same as it has been from the time we announced Gnomedex 6.0.

Why consider the Cove seats when the main room seats are totally sold out? Consider this…

We’ve arranged to have a unidirectional audio/video feed sent to an adjacent room throughout the conference’s duration - so you can enjoy Gnomedex in person, too! This is exactly what we did last year, and everybody had a great time (in fact, Cove Gnomedexers returned this year as early registrants).

These new “Cove” passes are still $499 apiece, as we’re charged the same amount per attendee (and we have to pay more for the extra resources used). Most conferences charge attendees a higher amount for their last-minute registrations, but we value your presence more than anything - opting to keep the price the same as it has been from the time we announced Gnomedex 6.0.

If you are still not conviced that these last minute tickets are a great value, think again

It’s Here, The OPML Has Been Posted!

06.13.2006 @ 01:05 AM PT | Matt Hartley

It’s here! Yup, the Gnomedex 6.0 OPML for the 2006 attendee list has arrived. Please, feel completely free to syndicate this on your blogs, in your RSS aggregator and so on.

If you are not familiar with OPML, please refer to the following guide.

AMD Joins The Ranks Of Gnomedex Sponsors!

06.12.2006 @ 06:17 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Chris Writes:

So, it’s official - AMD is a Gnomedex sponsor. Didn’t take much to convince them, either - in fact, when we told them that we were bringing together some of the world’s most prolific and influential bloggers, they jumped at the opportunity. For you see, though AMD’s corporate policy currently does not allow for blogging - they understand that being at Gnomedex and establishing real relationships with bloggers is key to their ongoing communications strategy. “Tell them that we’re here for them, whatever they need.” And you’ll be able to talk with the right AMD folks at Gnomedex - where the relationship goes from there is completely between you and them. [NOTE: we asked Intel early on if they wanted to be involved with Gnomedex, and they passed - draw your own conclusions.]

Party, Party, Party

06.09.2006 @ 07:24 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Chris writes:

We’ve posted details on the Gnomedex parties today - although nobody has yet stepped up to the plate to sponsor Friday night’s event.

Thursday night, like last year, we are having early registration and a mixer at the Odyssey Maritime museum. There will be cocktails and food. It’s a chance to see where the conference center is and get to know the other attendees before Gnomedex gets into full swing.

Friday, we are having a party at The Museum of Flight - in The personal Courage Wing. Could there be a better spot to have conversations about technology, innovation, and talk of what is to come on Saturday’s event? The Personal Courage Wing will put us in the midst of personal stories of the innovative thinkers from the past. Poetically, this is perfect because that’s who the Gnomedex attendee is - an innovative thinker for tomorrow (living today). We are still in need of sponsorship for this party - as no company has yet stepped up to the plate to help make this happen (so we’re having to fund this night out of our own pocket).

Saturday, thanks in large part to Microsoft, the party is at The Experience Music Project and The Science Fiction Museum. And my personal favorite treat - Doubletake - an art exhibit, on display at EMP. Here’s an excerpt of their discription. “These pairings include Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works from masters such as Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Dégas and Vincent van Gogh with modern and contemporary works from such artists as Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, Jasper Johns and Roy Lichtenstein. We believe that these comparisons will give Impressionism a new context for modern audiences, resurrecting the power of the artists’ rebellious intent.” In case you didn’t know, Gnomedexers are the avant-garde.

Again, if your company is interested in sponsoring Friday’s party at the Museum of Flight, let us know ASAP. We still have a few other major sponsors to announce (to list alongside Microsoft, Yahoo!, Ask, GoDaddy, PRWeb, WeatherBug, and Waggener Edstrom). Each one of our parties is designed to facilitate and support conversation and interpersonal networking, FWIW.

Mindjet seizes a great sponsorship opportunity!

06.09.2006 @ 07:20 PM PT | Matt Hartley

So what is the most productive thing that a potential event sponsor do to get the word out? Why, sponsor Gnomedex 6.0 of course! Welcome Mindjet!

Stop watching paint dry!

06.09.2006 @ 07:17 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Stop watching paint dry! We have yet another sponsor, folks. Wetpaint has decided to join us this year as a sponsor. Glad to have you with us!

Go, go go GoDaddy!

06.09.2006 @ 07:12 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Go, go go GoDaddy! Welcome aboard! We are thrilled to have GoDaddy as our latest sponsor.

And Don’t Forget Your Pointy Hat

06.06.2006 @ 04:11 PM PT | Matt Hartley

Yahoo is certainly excited! Glad to see them getting into the festive state of things. Maybe they’ll have some cool announcements as well?

Visit Yahoo! at Gnomedex

What: Gnomedex 6.0
When: June 29 - July 1, 2006
Where: Bell Harbor Conference Center, Seattle, Washington
Why: Networking, networking, networking

“What’s the opposite of COMDEX?” asks Web entrepreneur and founder, Chris Pirillo (see Polls, at right). “Gnomedex—something small that’s really big, something people want to attend instead of being mandated to attend, something where everybody gets treated like a VIP.”

Hosted by Chris and his buddy, Ponzi Indharasophang, this year’s Gnomedex speaker line-up includes Phil Torrone of Makezine, social media opinionator Steve Rubel, Macromedia co-founder Marc Canter, “F’d Companies” author, Pud Kaplan, and a cornucopia of other influencers.

Be sure to come by the Yahoo! Lounge and chat with your favorite Yahoos. Yahoo! Publisher Network will be there, and we hope you will be, too.

Let us know if you plan to attend and we’ll see if we can hook up with you in person. Email us at: publisher-info [at] yahoo-inc [dot] com. And be sure to share your plans with others by using the tool in the right-hand column. Source: Yahoo! Publisher Network Home

Conference season: Gnomedex and OSCON

06.02.2006 @ 07:55 PM PT | Matt Hartley

We’re thrilled that Scott Laird has decided to make Gnomedex a part of his summer this year. While OSCON is also on his list, it’s sure good to see some new faces making the time to discover all that Gnomedex has to offer new attendees.

I’m signed up for two conferences this summer–Gnomedex in Seattle in late June, and OSCON in Portland in late July.

I’m looking forward to both conferences. I’ve never been to Gnomedex before, but I’ve been kicking myself for missing the past two years, and decided months ago that I wouldn’t miss this year’s conference. Besides, I owe Chris for buying me dinner last summer, so the least I can do is attend his conference.

OSCON is another conference that I’ve never quite managed to attend. I drove down for ”FOSCON” last year, when the Portland Ruby Group had most of the OSCON Ruby speakers give their talks for free. I had a really good time, but I couldn’t afford to take the week off and attend the real OSCON conference. Fortunately, Google is going to have a big presence there, so I get to spend a week at the conference in exchange for spending a bit of time pretending to be a recruiter. Feel free to ask me about working for Google :-).

I have one question for readers who have been to OSCON before–it is worth staying in the official conference hotel, the Doubletree in Lloyd Center? Unfortunately, the Doubletree isn’t actually all that close to the conference center, and I’d hate to spend a lot of time commuting back and forth between the hotel and the convention center. For FOSCON last year, I stayed at the Jupiter Hotel which was really cool. I’ve also stayed at the Red Lion a block or so from the convention center. The Jupiter and Red Lion are both closer to the conference, and the Jupiter is just cooler. The big thing about conferences is that the conference sessions themselves aren’t really all that important–everything interesting really happens in the hallways and afterhours during BoFs. So, does anything actually happen at the Hotel during OSCON, or is everything at the convention center? Source:

A Cure for the Summertime Blues

05.31.2006 @ 09:36 PM PT | Matt Hartley

As Steve Gillmor highlights the good and the bad happenings for the summer, I noticed that Gnomedex 5.0 from last year received its props for providing such easy an communication venue. This year at Gnomedex 6.0, I believe that Steve will find that the conference itself has been taken up yet another notch.

In fact, the Gillmor Gang is a floating offshore conference of its own, operating just outside the three-mile limit of paid vendor keynotes and nonconferences. What I liked about last year’s Gnomedex and this year’s Syndicate New York was that we were able to communicate without bending so far over to the entrenched business models of platform vendors or angel investors that our message was diluted beyond value…. Source: Steve Gillmor’s InfoRouter

Microsoft: Diamond Sponsor

05.24.2006 @ 01:30 PM PT | Chris Pirillo

We’d like to formally announce our Diamond sponsor, Microsoft. We’re working with several of their departments - but they’re coming together under the same name. You’ll see just which Microsofties chose to be involved with Gnomedex when we’re all at the event together. Without partners like Microsoft, Gnomedex would only be able to live up to half of its potential. We have a fantastic set of (expanding) speakers, and now we have a fantastic set of (expanding) sponsors.

Discussion Leader Updates

05.18.2006 @ 12:35 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

For those of you who aren’t subscribed to my personal blog, I wanted to give you a roundup of all the current discussion leaders (with more to come). If you recognize the faces, they’ll need no introduction. If you don’t know who any of these people are, just click their face (here, not in real life) to read more about who they are and/or what they do:

A Storm of Sponsors!

05.17.2006 @ 03:52 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

I’m not going to tease you with our first set of signed sponsors - here’s the list so far:

Stay tuned for more!

Gnomedex Site Redesign Voting

05.17.2006 @ 12:31 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

I called upon’s original graphic artist to give ‘er another go. Eddie Hollenbeck is back and better than ever, as evidenced by these mock-ups. I definitely have my top choice, but would like to know your preference as well.

Gnomedex Redesign - Option 3 Gnomedex Redesign - Option 2 Gnomedex Redesign - Option 1

I’m starting to get caught up, and I have a handful of other conference participants to announce. Hang in there, my friends - we’re just getting warmed up. If you haven’t purchased your ticket yet, please do. If I haven’t personally invited you to be a discussion leader, don’t count yourself out yet.

Ponzi Makes a Seattle Hotel Suggestion

05.15.2006 @ 12:21 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

This is not an endorsement, but Ponzi answered someone’s hotel question and I thought it was good enough to share here with the rest of the world:

I know the Silvercloud on Broadway is running a special. If you book more than a handful of rooms, they may give you an even better discount. The hotel isn’t downtown, but it’s only 10-15 minutes away. It’s in Capitol Hill - with a grocery store (QFC), coffee (Caffe Vita), and a handful of nice restaurants nearby. If price wasn’t an issue and I could stay where I wanted, it would be either the W or The Hotel Monaco on 4th (my two favorites in Seattle).

More Discussion Leaders Added

05.15.2006 @ 12:15 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

The dais is growing steadily. We’ve added a few more since our last update, as you can see. And yes, the best is yet to come!

Dave Dederer

05.06.2006 @ 10:46 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

Confirmed Gnomedex Discussion Leader:

[Dave Dederer]

Steve Rubel

05.04.2006 @ 04:48 PM PT | Chris Pirillo

Confirmed Gnomedex Discussion Leader:

[Steve Rubel]

Who’s Speaking At Gnomedex? Nobody. Everybody.

05.02.2006 @ 11:31 PM PT | Chris Pirillo

This year, there will be no speakers at Gnomedex. There will be no panels, either. We realize this is a radical departure from the norm, but there’s a method to our madness. We’ve begun to invite a select group of people to be discussion leaders - individuals who will stand on stage, present an idea or two, answer questions, and then generally lead the audience’s discussion and participation. Tomorrow, I’ll unveil one of our confirmed discussion leaders. I will continue to reveal them, one by one, over the course of the next few weeks. You must understand this, however: at Gnomedex, the audience always holds the stage. I’m not the first person to figure this out, though (thank you, Dave and Steve).

Faces of Gnomedex (Wallpaper)

03.28.2006 @ 11:36 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

Who’s been to Gnomedex before? Everybody. Tag yourself!

Xbox 360 Giveaways at Gnomedex

03.07.2006 @ 05:53 PM PT | Chris Pirillo

I’ve been winning Xbox 360s through a contest in recent weeks (if you’ve been following my personal blog). Instead of keeping them all for myself, I’m going to give them away to this year’s first 300 Gnomedex registrants!

Here’s the deal: TextPayMe is a new service that is giving users $5 for signing up - and for every 36 friends you refer to their service, you’ll receive an Xbox 360. I’ve already signed up enough friends to win *FIVE* Xbox 360s - and their contest isn’t over yet. I’m trying to win as many Xbox 360s as I can for you, but to make the odds better, I’m asking you to take a look and consider signing up for their service.

So, in many ways, TextPayMe is “sponsoring” the Xbox 360 giveaway at this year’s event - indirectly.

Gnomedex 2005 Alumni

01.20.2006 @ 02:36 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

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Gnomedex 6.0: A Higher Resolution

01.18.2006 @ 11:30 AM PT | Chris Pirillo

  • Who: 300+ Tech Enthusiasts
  • What: Gnomedex 6.0: A Higher Resolution
  • When: June 29th - July 1st
  • Where: Bell Harbor Conference Center in Seattle, WA
  • Why: Because v5.0 was awesome
  • How: Tickets will be available VERY soon
  • Save the date, if nothing else.
  • We’ll likely sell out again this year.
  • Tickets (as always) aren’t refundable, but transferrable.
  • We will have overflow rooms once more.
  • We’re looking for suggestions on topics, activities, sponsors, etc.
  • All past Gnomedexers get a discount / jump on passes.
  • We have two T1s, and will encourage personal mobile connectivity.
  • There’s no official hotel relationship.
  • Can’t wait to see you!