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SharePoint Saturday DC is collecting canned goods for donation to charities in the northern Virigina area. The organization is sponsoring an event on May 2 for developers, architects and anyone else who is interested in SharePoint.
Imagine, if you will, a person who has been laid off. I hope it's hard, but try. Just for a moment. Imagine this person is an agile developer. Imagine that this person has an interest in embedded systems. Imagine this person in Cambridge, MA this weekend. This person is in luck.
Congratulations to Seth Weintraub on his win of this year's Best blog at yesterday's Neal Awards. The judges mentioned the excellent use of video as reason for the honor. I bet they loved the video of Seth snowblogging from the Alps.
What if you created a community and everyone came? What if you told them to create networks and they did? What if your community was so successful that it started to do as it pleased? Would you step in and ban those who were most successful at using the tools you put into their hands? That seems to be what Digg did.