I’m in Santa Clara for Research@Intel today – a kind of science fair event where Intel Research gets to show off all the really cool stuff they’re working on. I’m planning on shooting tons of HD video, tons of photos, and doing lots of blogging and twittering.
So how are you supposed to keep up with all of what I put out? Not just for this event, but in general? I’ve tried to make it easy for you, and here’s how.
- Read my “life stream” at www.joshbancroft.com. This is the easiest way to get “the whole Josh experience”. All of my blog posts, photos, and Twitter messages get aggregated there. It’s All Josh, All The Time.
- Read my linkblog at linkblog.joshbancroft.com. I read, on average, almost 1000 news and blog items a day. This is where I throw things that I think are interesting. Why do you care? If you share any of my interests (social media in corporations, mobile devices, software development and community, etc.), this is where I’ll always put anything that I think you should read. Only a few items per day – not quite the firehose that keeping up with other people’s linkblogs can be. 😉
- Follow me on Twitter. I’m jabancroft there. I try to keep the “this is what I’m having for lunch” updates out of there, and only post higher quality stuff. If there’s some sort of “breaking” news, event, or other topic that I want to tell my friends about right now, I do it on Twitter.
- Subscribe to my feeds: There’s a feed for my blog, my linkblog, my “life stream“, my photos, etc. Use your favorite aggregator, and automate the whole process.
Follow as much or as little of that as you want, but I wanted to let you know that I try to put everything interesting that I do out on the web, and let you know how to best assimilate it.
So, tomorrow, when I’m at Research@Intel day, I’ll be posting updates as quickly as I can (videos come last, since they take so long to edit and produce), and if you want to, you can feel like you’re right there with me, peeking over my shoulder.
Let me know if there’s something you’d like me to put out there (I’ve toyed with live video streaming, but it’s not likely to happen tomorrow), and if I can, I’ll do it.