Microposts from Twitter on 2008-06-09

  • Getting ready to “watch” the keynote. If you’re at Intel JF, come see me in the JF1 “living room”. I’m plugged in to the 60″ TV. πŸ™‚ #
  • Here’s my post on TinyScreenfuls.com where I’ll be liveblogging my thoughts (for WHEN, not IF Twitter goes down): http://tinyurl.com/6dgt2z #
  • I’m stunned that Twitter is still up. I’m seeing several hundred updates per minute in the Summize search page. Wow. #
  • What I want to know is, will AT&T charge more for 3G iPhone data plans? I sure hope not. Would be a bad move. #
  • So, it looks like @twitterrific will be free from the iPhone App Store: http://tinyurl.com/3rpajw Thanks, @chockenberry! πŸ™‚ #
  • @SarahCofer you can download your Kindle books, but you may not share them with friends. They are locked to your Kindle acct with DRM. πŸ™ #
  • @sarahcofer that is, you can give the .azw file to whoever you want. But they’ll only open on Kindles tied to YOUR account. DRM is eeevil. #
  • @sarahcofer I don’t know of any way to break Amazon’s Kindle DRM. Yet. πŸ˜‰ Bezos said no sharing = lower book prices. For what it’s worth. #
  • @taper I haven’t been bothered with getting my own content onto my Kindle. Most are PDFs that I convert by email. Or dragged text files. #
  • @ahockley I just tried to post first one, then a second comment to your latest blog post, but I think OpenID or something ate them… #
  • Got a lovely invitation today, on nice, heavy duty paper. What’s this? Oh! Jury duty next month, 2 days before iPhone day? Lovely! πŸ˜‰ #
  • @clint Dude, all the Snow Leopard features they announced (OpenCL, GrandCentral, etc) are right up Intel Software Network’s alley. #
  • @clint I need to hook you up with some smart software people at Intel to talk about them. #