Its been an interesting day. The Adobe content has been pretty solid, although the last session of the day about Apollo left me cold. What was so interesting? At about 11:30 this morning I found out on Twitter that Shai Agassi had resigned from SAP, to spend more time with his sustainable energy. So a couple of hours later when Adobe showed a video from their “most important partner”, SAP, and the representative was Shai, i had to laugh. Could I have learned about Shai’s decision using other channels. Sure. But I didn’t. I found out through Twitter, through some of the sharpest minds in SAP’s dev ecosystem (Mat, Ed). Which is cool. Then later in the day, I get an email and it turns out Craig has built us some really swanky offices in Second Life (thanks for the pool table Craig). We now have virtual redmonk t-shirts… What really surprised me was that Craig, normally the most wired of guys, had not heard the news about Shai. So he heard it as Craigster Hax in Second Life. All I can see is, business information travels fast, and in interesting ways. Communities are where information flows. Ryan today posted a blog about Cote’s Adobe conference Twitters. Intertwingling indeed. I was actually quite taken with Second Life by the way – I will be back. But now I need to go eat some dinner and carry on this 12 hour stint of Adobe cool-aid. Sadly I missed the sunset but Craig caught it nicely at the RedMonk space.