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.)
"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."
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."