New howto: Fast path to Manila weblogs. "Manila is a full content management system, with features that a person maintaining a weblog site may not need at first. These features can get in the way unless you know how to navigate around them. That's the purpose of this how to, to show you the quickest and easiest way to run a weblog with Manila."
Over the weekend we will release new server components and workstation glue scripts for the Manila-RPC interface. Both SOAP 1.1 and XML-RPC are supported. The procedural interfaces are identical. Hat's off to Jake Savin for a clean transition to SOAP. Key point, as far as Manila is concerned, it's your choice. You can use either XML-RPC or SOAP to control your website.
CNN is tracking Florida absentee returns. So far, Bush has 419 and Gore has 270 new votes.
MSNBC: Yahoo to require sites to pay. “A truly viable commercial directory should be a commercial enterprise,” said Srinivasan. “We’ve always had the difference between the commercial sites and the non-commercial sites — they’re a different kind of animal.”
Wow, the link I stumbled across last night was actually news.
Looksmart charges for site reviews too.
Motley Fool: Microsoft Challenges Yahoo!?
What is 10.am?
Matt Neuburg is working on the new stuff in the Radio UserLand outliner. Bravo!
Bob Stein: The myth of the separation of style from content.
Armeen Mazda asks which vendors are using XML-RPC.
Wired: Now it's the Indies suing MP3.Com. "CEO Michael Robertson and company had just under 24 hours to celebrate the settlement of its last copyright infringement lawsuit with the major record labels and publishers before getting served with yet another lawsuit."
E&P: Newspaper Sites Showcase Local Bands.
Channel 2000: "A man apparently intent on publicizing a Web site clung to the outside of the Wells Fargo building about 16 stories above ground in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday before climbing in through a window."
I wonder how emails like this find their way to me.
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