"administrivia" entries

ETech Sold Out

Heads up for all of you who put off registering for ETech until the last minute: the last minute was officially earlier today (how to avoid missing ETech '07: register earlier next year). We're now at capacity and can't take any more registrations. Those of you who did make it, I'll see you there next week ……

ETech 06 Call for Participation

The Call for Participation for the 2006 edition of the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference [aka ETech] is open. I'll be blogging more about and around the conference as we build it over the coming months. We're five years into the O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference, covering peer-to-peer networks to person-to-person mobile messaging, web services to weblogs, big screen digital media to…

Any Mobile Carriers Out There?

I’m having a hard time making contacts at the carriers, and the ever-lovely Russell Beattie suggested asking on the blog. Genius! Any readers from T-Mobile, Cingular, Verizon, Nextel, etc.? I’d love to make contact with you, if you are: <gnat AT oreilly.com>. Thanks!…

New way of doing the Radar Books page, or The Backpack API

In the emerging tradition of constructing the O'Reilly Radar blog out of a growing number of loosely-coupled building blocks, we're rolling out our new Books page, built on the backs of Amazon Web Services and the Backpack API — launched today….

Administrivia: Search and ye shall find

The O'Reilly Radar is now full-text searchable….

Rael's del.icio.us posts

While O'Reilly Radar does siphon off our collective del.icio.us brief posts, they're just a small subset of what I routinely post to my del.icio.us. Bear in mind that I use del.icio.us as my preferred bookmarking tool, for both personal and professional bits (although the difference to all but me isn't particularly discernable ;-)….

Administrivia: Tags, del.icio.us, tags

We've added a couple-three features here at the O'Reilly Radar blog: The del.icio.us entries interleaved with our local blog entries are now also inlined in our outgoing RSS and Atom feeds — a nice surprise for those of you reading Radar remotely and wondering, "What del.icio.us entries?" The tags we assign to our blog entries are also reflected in our…