Leafed through a couple of books, took some photos (see the Photos section for updates) and surfed for random rants. Spotted Eduardo's mention of the design competition I had mentioned earlier (the outcome was exactly what I predicted, by the way).
The reason? It doesn't provide any added value for the kind of publishing I do, and I'd be darned if I'm going to follow a fad - especially one that, after all the initial hoopla and disclaimers, now looks like it's being pushed by a small counter-lobby (in the sense that they set out to "fix RSS" in their own view, therefore falling into the usual pattern of committee/lobby design).
Broadcom is going to demo a set of convergence chipsets for GPRS, Wi-Fi, WCDMA, etc. at the 3GSM conference next week. The interesting bit is the first press mention of an 802.11g follow-up to the GC79, which makes sense (the first GC79 I got my hands on had "universal" Broadcom drivers for their BCM2050 chip).
I've never liked the UFO series of games, but the original Laser Squad was a great turn-based strategy game that I played over and over more than a decade ago. The ZX Spectrum version is freeware now, and it looks like just the thing to test Pocket Clive: