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Sunday, October 13, 2002

On Keeping Back The Night

Doc commented Friday morning that something needs to catch fire to propel digital identity forward. Too true. In the meantime we wait for the flickers to ignite, as flights are missed, luggage is lost, gates occupied, cars misdirected and precious few remaining ounces of gasoline consumed...each of which dripped irony all over my trip back from Digital ID World. Having eventually survived the transportation jungle, I'm home and glad of a great many things. To list a few: -- that Larry Lessig took the time to explain how you can't glean much from the questioning at appellate oral argument, especially at this level, and to provide insights into his strategy and what appears to have been accomplished. -- that Howard Bashman's feeling great. -- that Ernie Svenson and other friends and favorites got a well deserved, complimentary write up from the ABA on Friday. [Via Dave Winer] -- that (I'm told) I have the only copy of Cluetrain signed by Locke, Searls and Weinberger, and, far from hoping to find it on eBay, you can start submitting bids on who gets to pry it from my cold, dead hands.

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