I’ve been out sick for a couple of days, so I’m kind of out of the loop on what’s going on with Intel. But I do know that the fall 2006 Intel Developer Forum (IDF) has kicked off, and I’ve been monitoring the blogosphere for interesting stuff. I was tentatively going to go to IDF this year, to cover it as a blogger/podcaster, but that didn’t end up happening.
And check out what some of my Intel colleagues are doing to track what the web says about IDF using del.icio.us – the user “IDFLive” will be tagging IDF-related posts as well (it’s a faceless account, since more than one person will be using it to aggregate links), so if you’re interested, don’t miss that.
Also, Intel blogger Ricardo Carreon is live at IDF and blogging the goings-on (I was really looking forward to meeting him in person… :-(), so check out his blog, too.
If anything earthshattering comes out of IDF, I’ll talk more about it here, but most of the action is going to be in my linkblog. Check it out!