ETech 2006 rolls on, and Scott Beale keeps photographing the folks who make the Internet. Tuesday's highlights include Tim Bray's Indy outfit, Esther Dyson's spelling, and Jen King's primal scream.
Wired futurist Bruce Sterling Sun Microsystems demigod Tim Bray pops in from his Indiana Jones 4 audition.
Tribe.net's Chris Law isn't a friend of Kevin Burton. He just plays one on the Internet.
After the jump, Gob Bluth visits ETech. (Not really.)
ETech 2006 Photos [Laughing Squid, used with permission]
Earlier: Geeking out: ETech 2006 [Valleywag]
"And my Starbucks? Can you merge a tag folksonomy into my Starbucks?"
Simply Hired's Dave McClure: "Does your Google interview story involve a Rubik's cube and an attack dog? Yeah, everyone has that story."
Flickr'ing futurist "Esthr" Dyson: "A pleasre to meet you, I'm chrmed."
Designer Derek Powazek looks like a younger, taller Paul Giamatti. Just sayin'.
Technorati engineer Kevin Marks: "Well, if you don't like the new bubbly look, we'll just change the — no — no, shut up, I'm doing it now — we'll just change the site right back."
Weblogs Inc's Jason Calacanis is not just making a sign; he's worried and would like some peace, please.
Metafilter founder Matt Haughey: "If you bought the Segway to get laid, um, why'd you bring it to a tech conference?"
At the Yahoo party: "Heehee...hi, Mr. Semel? Mr. Terry Semel? Do you have Prince Albert in a can? WELL YOU'D BETTER GO OUT AND CATCH IT. Wait, wait, I messed up. Can we start over?"
Scott says, "[Berkeley student] Jen King's reaction to hearing web 2.0 for the 1000x time."
"Going Overboard Hair Club for Men.com. Works wonders, and it uses Ajax."