[We asked local tech and culture writer Ron Knox to check out Portland's Open Source Bridge, "the conference for open source citizens" this week. Here's his latest blog dispatch. —WW]
Amber Case, a cyborg anthropologist and about as close to a technology celebrity as Portland has.
Aaron Parecki
Geoloqi, a mobile and web application that will quietly and constantly map your location and, if you'd like, tell your nearest and dearest where you are in real time.
those maps of your location, and your speed, can help predict when you might show up somewhere
the future you
If you need the future you to remember to pick up eggs at the store, you can leave yourself a geo-tagged note on a desktop map.
Image: Geoloqi co-creator Amber Case at the Open Source Bridge conference in Portland, Oregon.