I'm packing up my Wacom Cintiq, some Pigma Micron markers, a whack of paper and my camera... and I'm off to the ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit on Thursday in Mountain View. (Full disclosure: Oh, god, where to begin?)
I'll be cartoon-blogging about it in not-quite-real-time (unless I wind up doing something clever with, say, UStream), and uploading doodles as fast as the wireless connection will let me.
Note: this week's cartoon is in full glorious color. We spare no expense to bring you the very latest in technology here at ReadWriteWeb's cartoon corner. Think this RGB thing could catch on?
This is actually my first time in Mountain View (as opposed to through Mountain View), which has defied the odds in that it has yet to be renamed Googleville. I'm looking forward to it, having been intrigued for years by Hangar One at Moffett Federal Airfield, and being enough of a Google fan that the thought of being a few short blocks from their HQ quickens my pulse. (Not to mention the nanoseconds the proximity should shave off my search queries.)
The ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit is on October 15th in Mountain View, California. It's a 1-day event bringing together some of the smartest minds doing real-time work for an industry-changing, face-to-face conversation. Registration is still open, we hope to see you there!