I'm at the AlwaysOn Innovation Summit today. Ev and I are here with blogger passes, which somehow turned into press passes. On the way in the door to the 'Battle for the E-Home' session, we bumped into Dan Gillmor. I showed my press pass to him joking, 'See. We are further blurring the line between blogger and journalists.' His reply: 'What line?' Then he handed us a copy of his new book, 'We the Media'. Cool. I guess it's going to be that kind of day. More soon.

12:30pm: Padmasree Warrior, CTO of Motorola is speaking. She's laying out the vision for Motorola's future innovation. Their buckets of interest are moving, living, driving and working. In the driving bucket, she spoke about an idea that I've thought of for a while - the ability to sync your stereo, iPod, whatever hard drive of information you have in your vehicle wirelessly while you have access in your garage.

In other words - maps, mp3s, video and such could be moved to your car while you are sleeping and your car is parked. What a great way to have an ever changing jukebox in your car. Physically touching your iPod is out - wireless syncing in!


  1. forgive my ignorance but why are you and why would anybody want to be a member of
    i went to the website and for the life of me, i couldn't figure it out

  2. Good question. I guess because I get a great email from Rafe Needleman every week? Seriously, it's one of the few email I enjoy receiving. Other than that, I'm not sure. Interviews with Michael Powell?


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