blogging from ISEA
I don’t think anyone is blogging at ISEA except me and the Grandtextauto lads, who will no doubt be writing thorough trip reports now that we’ve arrived at a stable wireless net connection. [Update: and Even Westvang] There must be other bloggers here, but I don’t know how to find them. The name tags are discreet and give no contextual information. There are other laptoppers here in the auditorium, but if there’s a backchannel I haven’t found it yet. Daypop shows one link and Blogdex very few recent mentions of ISEA in blogs.
We’ve arrived in Tallinn, after two nights cruising the Baltic Sea. The auditorium here at the Kosmos cinema is rocking, I’m sure, though not as much as the water in the pool in the bar on the ship. There were close to a thousand people on the boat, I was told, but there are only a hundred or maybe two hundred in this auditorium. Probably people are waiting for the keynotes, or if they were able to check into their hotels this early, perhaps they’re resting after the early morning. Right now, we’re being officially welcomed to the Tallinn part of the symposium. Soon we’ll start on the wearable computing theme. I’m looking forward to the fashion show.