Paul Boutin: "1,000 journalists in Afghanistan, but not one weblog. Can we fix that?"
FBI: "Certain information, while not specific as to target, gives the government the reason to believe that there may be additional terrorist attacks within the United States and against U.S. interests overseas over the next several days.''
O'Reilly: "The W3C's responsibility to the entire world of web users must come before its obligations to its members."
Stewart Alsop: "Wireless rocks! Wireless stinks!"
Craig Burton: "Removing copy protection from NetWare was one of the key moves that caused NetWare to become ubiquitous."
Fox News: "Is Bert the Muppet a henchman of terrorist mastermind Usama bin Laden?"
XML-RPC: Call for Endorsements. "Ask not what the Internet can do for you, ask what you can do for the Internet."
John Robb: "One thing we take for granted in the Weblog community is automatic time-organization."
BBC: "Computer experts have painted a chilling picture of the potential threat from a combined terror and cyber-attack on the United States."
Fox News: "The Internet, they tell us, is a domain of hype and hoaxes, while traditional media can be trusted to check things out and get them right. Yet if one looks at Amazon.Comís reviews of Arming America, it is immediately evident that Amazon reviewers found the problems with Bellesilesí book a year ago, while the establishment was still smitten."
Judith Burton's new weblog looks interesting.
Oy, the NY Times archive has gone dark. This may be a Cluetrain issue. I used to point to the NY Times partially because their archives were so good, unlike most other pubs, they were solid all the way back to 1996. Now I know that when I link to a Times article it'll rot in 30 days. You'll see fewer pointers to the Times now, because I'm trying to create an archive. That's one of my goals.
A new macro for UserLand-hosted Manila sites.
If you call this macro from your home page or template, every visitor will see a picture of one of the FBI's most wanted terrorists, linked to the page on the FBI site. Let's get to know these guys. I've got a terrorist on Scripting News, it's in the right column, just below the On This Day In feature
suites.fbi contains the source for Frontier and Radio UserLand.
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