I’m heading to Gnomedex shortly … here’s how you can play along at home with this special board game edition which wou’ll receive along with your year supply of Rice a Roni!
I won’t be doing on-site blogging this time (no laptop) but am taking recorder and camera and plan to document a bit but mostly soak all the fuzzy knowledge in to hone my ability to see into the future of media, communication, activism and efficiency. Excited to hang out with more amazing folsk brewingup crazy goodness and catch up the club at this geekfest summer camp. Fortunately non-A listers like me are able to attend to keep it real ;-).
Maslow take note of all these fufilled and almost actualized people!
Gnomedex video and audio live: http://live.pirillo.com/
Gnomedex 2007: http://www.gnomedex.com/2007/
Gnomedex attendees aggregator: http://www.gnomedex.com/2007/attendees/
Gnomedex “it’s geeky fun” song by DKM Penmachine: http://www.penmachine.com/2006/06/free-mp3-theme-song-for-gnomedex-for.html
Gnomedex Flickr tag: http://flickr.com/photos/tags/gnomedex/
Uncle Weed tag’d Gnomedex pics: http://www.flickr.com/photos/uncleweed/tags/gnomedex/
Gnomedex Technorati tags: http://technorati.com/posts/tag/gnomedex/
Gnomedex 06 posts on Get Elastic:
Gnomedex Entomology: http://www.thenameinspector.com/gnomedex/
Gnomedex is a funny name. There’s something absurd about the word gnome, and using it to replace the first syllable of a stuffy, corporate-sounding acronym really makes Gnomedex work. Gnome makes you think of garden gnomes. And the Underpants Gnomes of South Park.They have a three-point business plan that may seem eerily familiar toyou VCs and angels out there, and cut a little close to the bone foryou web entrepreneurs: