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MetaverseU

For those already in the Northern California area, or who are able to attend via Second Life, the great folks at Stanford University will be holding ‘MetaverseU‘ on the 16th and 17th of February at Stanford in Palo Alto. Henrik Bennetsen at Stanford has assembled a diverse field of people from around academia and industry with the goal to catalyze some critical thinking around the current state of networked virtual environments and where they could, can, and will go.Be sure to check out the agenda page of speakers to see some of the topics and visionaries that he has put together for the event, and please try to attend if you are in the area for any of the other many virtual world-ish events taking place that week in San Francisco.

The New Tabs on Cisco.com

January 31, 2008 at 12:00 pm PST

This is a little thing, but we updated the look and behavior of tabs across many areas of Cisco.com. Here’s a video about it: Read More »

The New Tabs on Cisco.com

January 31, 2008 at 12:00 pm PST

This is a little thing, but we updated the look and behavior of tabs across many areas of Cisco.com. Here’s a video about it: Read More »

Nexus 7000 Series Mixed Reality Event

January 30, 2008 at 12:00 pm PST

So as I wrote last week we have another mixed reality event on Thursday, January 31st at 8:30 a.m. Pacific featuring Jayshree Ullal, SVP, Data Center. During this event you will be able to watch a live video stream of Jayshree in Second Life or on the web. You will be able to ask questions of Jayshree in both mediums. Jayshree will be discussing this weeks announcement of the Nexus 7000 Series Data Center-Class Platform. The Nexus series is an innovative family of data center-class switching platforms. The Nexus series delivers the infrastructure chapter in Cisco’s Data Center 3.0 vision which was unveiled last year at Networkers at Cisco Live!We hope to see you out for what should prove to be a lively discussion.

Beauty in Utility: Trash from X Games

January 26, 2008 at 12:00 pm PST

My wife gets all the cool asignments. A few months ago it was Fenway Park and the World Series. This weekend she’s working the Winter X Games. And, all I got out of it was these lousy cell phone photos of trash cans from Buttermilk Mountain in Aspen. (Of course, they’re beautiful):garbage1.jpg   garbage.can.jpgYes, there is a web user experience tie-in to this. If you’re involved in design of your company’s web experience, you could learn a thing or two from stylish trash cans. Read More »