DaveNet: How To Start a Weblog (For Professional Journalists).
I mentioned Mike Chambers' Flash weblog several times at Stanford today when people asked how you make money with a weblog. It's not so linear. Macromedia wants to develop relationships with new developers. So they start a set of weblogs and see what happens. Mike, who works at MM, has been updating regularly. That's the way you communicate, steadlily over time, and let a community gather.
Pet Rock Star: "Live365.com is implementing new policy: they're shutting down any broadcaster than has a link to corporations such as amazon.com; they say these stations are 'commercial operations,' regardless of whether or not they've never made a cent from their broadcasts."
Jon Udell: "Just a little experiment with my RSS feed."
Followup on the Pim Fortuyn assassination at Adam Curry.
Tidbits covers Apple's new Mac OS X, codenamed Jaguar.
The National Review has a weblog, its existence gleaned from Adam's referers.
Nanna, the gracious hostess of Reboot, is blogging again. Reminds me of the great time we all had in Copenhagen last year. "I'm an American, I always tell you more than you want to know."
Nick Denton: "I am looking to sublet, rent, or even buy an apartment in New York."
Breakfast with Doc Searls today. Chorizo scramble, bagel, orange juice, water, and coffee. We'll talk about Macs, P2P, of course Steve Jobs, open source and commercial software (hot and cold), wiener boys and flamers, etc etc.
Five years ago on this day, I wrote a piece that nails it, as far as I'm concerned, on programmers.
On this day in 1998, a DaveNet piece that deconstructs the Microsoft argument that innovation is best served by leaving them alone.
AP: "The reason it is not replaceable is that Microsoft does not allow it to be replaceable, correct?'' Schmidtlein asked. "Correct, it is an integrated feature,'' Averett testified.
Eric Norlin interviews Microsoft's Charles Fitzgerald.
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