Carlsbad: Digital Hub of the Universe Day Two

by The Editors on May 30, 2007

AllthingsdWe didn’t get back up to the Wall Street Journal’s D: All Things Digital today. . . yet. But that didn’t stop Carlsbad from being the host to the most high-powered tech news on the planet. Nearly every story on technology that went up on the web today featured the words “Carlsbad, California” in them and that’s good for us, right?

Here are a few of today’s top tech stories announced to the world for the first time at D.
Microsoft unveils new “surface” computer design
Palm Announces the Foleo “Companion”
Steve Jobs Hints At New Apple TV Features and iPhone (and the stock goes up $4)
LiveScribe Smart Pen
Jason Calacanis launches “human powered search” at

Now that we’ve listed it all out, it really doesn’t look all that great and we’re bummed that we, unlike Gizmodo’s Brian Lam did not meet Steve Jobs today. But then again, the night is still young. As we’re typing George Lucas is on the stage at Aviara talking about Star Wars, Digital Molecular Matter, and this word of wisdom for would be film investors:

The last thing you want to do is invest in the film business. The hedge fund guys want to, but they just want the producer credits and the girls. And there are cheaper ways of getting both.

If we dive back into the mix tonight, we’ll let you know.

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