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                          Luncheon: Improving Application Performance

                          If you're an IT director in Utah, then you might consider coming to a luncheon on December 14 at the Tuscany in Holladay. Niel Nickolaiesen, Kelly Phillips, Darin Swan, and Brad Jones will be the panel. I know all of them except Darin and think it will be a great event--besides the food is bound to be good in any event. I've signed up. (Full disclosure: the event is sponsored, in part, by Direct Pointe and I'm on their board.)
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                          CTO Breakfast Meetup this Thursday

                          In honor of the Utah Open Source Conference happening this week, we'll be holding a special CTO Breakfast meetup on Thursday morning at 8am. The conference is at the Larry H. Miller campus of SLCC. We'll be in room MFEC 123. Kynetx will supply bagels and juice. We'll be done in time for Sam Curren's talk on Webhooks at 10am (you don't want to miss this talk--the Sammage will be incredible). The next regularly schedule CTO Breakfast is on Friday, October 29 at 8am in the Novell Cafeteria.
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                          Come to Digital Death Day

                          The day after IIW (that would be May 20th), Kaliya is running a workshop called Digital Death Day at the Computer History Museum. Death is a part of life but what does death of the physical self mean for the digital self? This is a conference focused on this question and others around "digital death". What does it mean for loved ones of the departed? What does it mean for professionals in end of life care and post mortem services? What does it mean for online tool and service providers? What does it mean for estate
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                          Making Sense of Digital Identity

                          Image by dsearls via Flickr Gabe Wachob is going to be teaching a course on digital identity as part of the Blue Oxen Associates Sense Making series. From the intro: Digital identity has always posed unique social and technical challenges centered around security, privacy, and convenience. The Internet has made these challenges even more complex. The good news is that a number of new technologies are creating new opportunities for creating a secure and private Internet, where individuals are in control of their own data. This is a win-win scenario, because it creates new opportunities for service providers. The
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                          CTO Breakfast on Thursday

                          The CTO Breakfast for October will be on Thursday Oct 30, at 8am in the Novell Cafeteria (Building H, Provo Campus). If you are interested in technology and especially it's use in building high-tech products, then you're invited--you don't have to be a CTO, just have aspirations! Here are the scheduled dates for future breakfasts: Oct 30 (Thursday) Dec 5 (Friday) - Combined Nov and Dec breakfast Jan 30, 2009 (Friday) There's a Google Calendar with dates for the CTO breakfast that you can subscribe to if you like. If you'd like to be reminded by email, just sign
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                          CTO Breakfast on Friday

                          We will be holding the CTO breakfast this Friday at 8am in the Novell Cafeteria (Building G). You don't have to be a CTO to come, just interested in technology and building high-tech products. The format is open discussion, so bring your ideas for topics to discuss and throw them out. Please mark the following dates for future CTO breakfasts. Sept 26 (Friday) Oct 30 (Thursday) Dec 5 (Friday) - Combined Nov and Dec breakfast Jan 30, 2009 (Friday) I've created a Google Calendar with dates for the CTO breakfast that you can subscribe to if you'd rather do
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                          CTO Breakfast on Friday

                          The CTO Breakfast be this friday from 8:00 until about 10:00. We'll be at the Novell cafeteria (Building G). I'm spending the first part of this week at Velocity so I'm sure I'll want to talk a little about that. If you've seen something fun or cool in the last month, come and talk about it. Here are the times for future meetings. Put them on your calendar now! July 18 (Friday) No breakfast in August Sept 26 (Friday) Oct 30 (Thursday) Or, just subscribe to the Google Calendar.
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                          CTO Breakfast This Thursday

                          The last CTO Breakfast of the year will be held this Thursday at 8am in the Novell Cafeteria. Despite it's name, you don't have to be a CTO to attend--just interested in technology, where it's headed, and the problems of starting and building a high-tech business in Utah. If you're reading this, you're invited. Be sure to subscribe to the Google calendar for future events. Here's the next several: Jan 24 (Thursday) Feb 28 (Thursday) Mar 27 (Thursday) For directions, see the CTO Breakfast page.
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                          Follow Up To Seth Godin's Visit

                          I posted my notes from Seth's visit yesterday. Some related happenings might interest you as well. Phil Burns and Ash Buckles vowed that they'd let Seth shave their heads if enough money was raised to bring Seth to Salt Lake City. After Seth was finished speaking they made good on their pledge. I have a few photos, Phil has more and Ash posted a video. The video is worth watching. Seth was quite humorous when he was shaving heads. Phil also had a harrowing experience getting Seth to the airport. Phil, I'm laughing. Let me know when you can
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                          Seth Godin: The Dip

                          I'm sitting in the Salt Palace in Salt Lake, waiting for Seth Godin to show up. He's reportedly in the car, driving from the airport. That's OK, the wait time has been a great time for talking to friends I don't see all the time. There's probably 350 people here as we get started. The premise for this event is interesting. Seth is promoting his new book, The Dip. I wrote about it back in April. He will come anywhere people agree to buy 2500 copies of his book. This is just the sort of fascinating Internet marketing that
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                          At the May 2007 CTO Breakfast

                          We had the May CTO Breakfast today. There was a good group and some great discussion. I started off by talking about the Utopia install at my house. No one else at the meeting has Utopia yet, so there was some interest in how the install went and how well the service works. We also got into a discussion of Mozy. Of course, Tyler wasn't here this time, so we couldn't pump him for info. A general discussion of backup methods, drives, and programs ensued. I brought up Fuse, a cool way of building file systems in user space.
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                          Seth Godin Tomorrow

                          Seth Godin will be speaking on tomorrow at the Salt Palace. I have it on good authority that you can pay at the door, if you haven't pre-registered. The cost is $50, but you get to hear Seth speak, get some food, and also get five copies of his latest book. The doors open at 1pm and Seth starts speaking at 1:30.
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                          Utah Open Source Conference

                          The Utah Open Source Conference will be held on September 6, 2007 through September 8, 2007 at the West Valley Cultural Celebration Center Open Source Technology Center (Novell). The conference is looking for proposals for 90 minute classes on open source topics including: Business solutions (process, applications, infrastructure) IT management and implementation Web development Language skills (Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby) Emerging technologies I'm thinking about putting in a proposal for a session on OpenID and user-centric identity issues. Lots of open source tie-ins there.
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                          IT Conversations Meetup Tuesday

                          Don't forget that we're having an IT Conversations Meetup tomorrow night at 7:30pm. The session in the Gregory A room of the Manchester Grand Hyatt. Doug Kaye's in town and will be joining us. Come and give us feedback, ask questions, and talk about anything at all. I hope you can make it.
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                          March's CTO Breakfast

                          Just a reminder that the CTO Breakfast for March will be held this Thursday at 8am in the food court of the Canyon Park Technology Center (Building L of the former Word Perfect campus). Come a little early, grab some food at Gandolfo's, and enjoy the conversation. Please bring ideas, interesting Web discoveries, and other technology related issues to discuss. The past few months have had a large attendance and the discussion has been great. I'm looking forward to this Thursday. Here are the dates for the next four meetings. Mark you calendars now. March 30 (Thursday) April 28
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