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GigaOM founder Om Malik threw a wine and liquor party at his office in San Fran's Pier 38 last night, a trendy gathering of Web 2.0 entrepreneurs and the writers who love them (or at least want them for their bodies). The tech blog kingpin floated about the room like royalty at court, but he did make one faux pas: He left copies of the guest list at the door for attendees to pick up and peruse.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's on the list, as well as SF mayor Gavin Newsom, Wired editor-in-chief Chris Anderson and Guy Kawasaki, father of evangelical marketing. You get two guesses whether any of them showed. I'm surprised no one wandered the party playing guest-list bingo. The real question is, did Om really think these bold names would come?