Back from San Fran, here are some pics from the Wired Rave Awards party. My posse included Alexis, Maud, John (of Dogster), and Robin (of INdTV). Talked to a few people, including Xeni Jardin and Kevin Sites. Now I'm off to NYC, but first, today's links:
MSNBC.com's "Big Picture" for the Academy Awards is always pretty cool.
Panels for SXSW Interactive have been announced.
How did Paris' Sidekick get hacked? Actually, it was cracked -- by using her pet's name as a password reminder. Brilliant.
Absolutely everything you wanted to know about George W. Bush's media/culture consumption, from what's on his iPod to his awareness of John Stewart and The Fockers.
Reuters is reporting that Apple might buy TiVo. I knew I should've bought stock when it was under $4.
Rumor that Yahoo is buying Flickr.
Video to LCD Soundsystem's "Daft Punk is Playing at my House." Excellent.
SXSW music schedule announced. 1300 bands in five days... how many will I even remember?
Trailer to A Scanner Darkly. Looks like another Linklater smash.
Google adds a new category (sorta): Movies.
Macromedia gallery of Flash Apps on Mobile Devices.
Dave Eggers interviewed in Onion A/V.
Rappers and Bloggers, seperated at birth.
Slate.com has started a column called Today's Blogs, similar to the Today's Papers concept. Dumb thing: no permanent index page to link to or bookmark.
New t-shirt: paris made me change my number.
Did you see the detailed piece that Pitchfork did on The Current? Good stuff, including some speculation that the model could spread.