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Thanks to Hal Roberts and Jesse Ross at Berkman, tonight's meeting is being webcast via RealAudio. You can tune in right now, starting at 6:12PM Eastern. You'll hear me typing. I'm the only one in the conference room right now. I'm going to try to set something up on IRC so people who are remote can participate. Okay, I think I am now on the #bloggerCon channel on irc.freenode.net. If you can find me there, please stop in and say hello. It looks like Kevin Marks is there, but it might not be the human being named Kevin Marks, it might just be his chat client. And of course I have no idea how to use IRC, so I probably got something horribly wrong.



Peter Rukavina from Prince Edward Island sent a picture of winter rolling in, in three hour period yesterday. All this is due to the magic of webcasting and IRC.



Steve Outing, a user, wishes Dan Gillmor's RSS feed had guids. Now, he didn't all of a sudden wake up one day transformed into a geek, he wants the feature that guids enable -- no more repeated posts when an author makes minor edits.



Kevin Marks: "Tim -- you're in VC. You should know the difference between a demo and a product."



Salon's Scott Rosenberg writes an ode to RSS, likening it to HTML in 1994. It's pretty cool to have had a hand in creating something that's become so powerful. BTW, the Salon piece requires you read an ad.






Scoble: "I want to see more software companies, not fewer."



Good news -- Jorn Barger is okay.



Diego Doval's essay on the recent Atom discussion at Scoble's.