Roger Ebert: Cash for Content. "We pounded on the office calculator: 250 reviews times 2 cents times 10,000 users... 50,000 users...3 million users...wow! If 3 million people paid 2 cents apiece for each of our reviews for a year, it would come to $15 million!"
Duncan Smeed, a Brit, has a copy of a funny email that's been circulating on the Internet, a British view of the election michegas in Florida. It begins "Notice of Revocation of Independence.." Keith Calder has an appropriately condescending response.
Having trouble connecting Radio with Manila? Here's a troubleshooting checklist thanks to "sallyc". It's a good list.
How come I never thought to search for UserLand at DMOZ?
Yahoo: "Why can't I submit my site for free anymore?" Cool!
New Channels: ActiveState, Mac Open Source.
News.Com: "A new version of Office also will include a Web-based collaboration program known as SharePoint." What is SharePoint?
TechWeb: "[Sharepoint] lets teams of co-workers collaborate more effectively by sharing and collaborating on files. It lets one worker save a file or document for others to use, edit, and annotate."
CRN: "Sharepoint is a prestructured set of places where people can share documents in small working groups."
What is Onclave? (Kevin Werbach mentioned it in a phone talk today.)
Fortune: Will Tech Boom Again?
MacInTouch reader reports on Netscape 6.
BradLands: A Day Without Weblogs. Dec 1.
It has been proven that John VanDyk has a very dumb cat.
A cute domain name grabbed but not used by Sun Microsystems.
We had an outage early this morning on one of our servers. Weblogs.Com was down during the outage.
TLD stands for Top Level Domain.
It looks like ICANN is going to authorize new TLDs. I never understood the rationale for this. So far .com has been the default. Will new TLDs change this?
ZDNet: ICANN -- Let the domain begging begin.
Wired: ICANN Down to Discussing Dots.
Reuters: RealNames Offers Rival Global Net Name Registry.
In July we ran a survey on this question.
Postscript: A reader named tops suggests dot-blog. This would be scripting.blog or dave.blog or something like that. Interesting. Hmm. What do you think about that?
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