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If you're interested in the future of media, you're going to want to be at mesh 2010 on May 18 and 19 for our media keynote: Chris Thorpe. Chris comes to us from The Guardian, one of Britain's leading newspapers, where he is the Developer Advocate in charge of the paper's Open Platform. This puts…

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For anyone who was looking forward to the mesh keynote by Pirate's Dilemma author Matt Mason (and that includes all of us on the mesh organizing team) we got some bad news over the weekend. Unfortunately, Matt has run into some visa problems in the United States, and he won't be able to make it…
John Gruber of Daring Fireball is officially A Smart Guy, especially when it comes to Apple stuff -- but he's not (at least from my reading of his blog) the stereotypical "Steve Jobs is God" fan-boy, which means he actually thinks about things before he says how great they are. After reading his predictions for…

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A couple of sites -- including Pocket Lint and Steve Rubel's Micropersuasion -- are running with the "news" that Steve Jobs' keynote for Macworld has been leaked on Wikipedia. The only news is that anything with the word "Apple" in it becomes blog fodder leading up to the keynote, including old rumours. The rumour about…

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Those who follow this blog will probably know that I'm doing a "keynote conversation" for the mesh conference this week with Michael Arrington, founder and editor of TechCrunch and pretty much the go-to guy when it comes to all things Web 2.0 and startup oriented (for anyone who hasn't been to mesh, we don't have…

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