MaximumImpact.com Conference 2004 is going to be live on 30Apr04 in Atlanta but the simulcast will be held nationwide.
I was on vacation most of this past week (maybe more on this later). I was just trying to catch up with some RSS feeds in Outlook/Newsgator and I had a bunch of "old posts" from David Allen in there that I wanted to read and study. It turns out five of them were no longer on his site (deleted?) and I guess gone forever?
F-Secure Security Information Center would be a nice RSS feed option.
Naming the colored flags in Outlook 2003 is a very good tip.
David Allen is now a blogger. It will be very interesting to see what a "extremely well organized high-caliber idea driven individual" with an enabling philosophy can do with his site.
Fundrace.org is a lot of fun to run queries on. I guess the data is limited to before 12/31/03 and for donations over $200.
I have been playing with Onfolio most of the day. Very interesting. It could be a revolutionary way for me to do my "work" tech research and publication.
I have been struggling with how to view Tablet PC Posts Most Popular list in Newsgator and Outlook 2003 . The RSS feed I have is: http://www.tabletpcpost.com/mostpopularrss.php. And it gets a lot of updates. More than most items, and things end up in your Outlook three-pane view using Arranged by: Date that can be very difficult to scan and take in. So, I tried some of the other Arranged by: options in Outlook and I have found Arranged by: Conversation to be the most useable to me.
DARPA's Grand Challenge was held today. I think that many are surprised by the outcome - only two of the entries made it more than 7 miles (course length was 142 miles). It was nice to see it unfold online via Dann Sheridan's Weblog and IT Conversations.