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Survey: "Was the crash in Germany accident or terrorism?" 

Mark Pilgrim: "Don't force links to open in new windows. 

Jon Udell explains Jon Schull's visualization of linking in BlogLand. I opine: As long as I've been doing outliners, people have been trying to do boxes-and-arrows visualizations of the same structures, with tantalizing and colorful demos, that aren't too useful. I did a project myself in the mid-80s. The user interface was unwieldy. 

NY Times: "Three years after Napster unleashed the first wave of music-trading over the Internet and a full year after the company was shut down by a court order the labels are coming to terms with the notion that Internet file-sharing is reshaping their business, and they must compete with piracy or risk losing a generation of customers." 

Rogers Cadenhead: "Give me the safe, bland, quiet desperation of the 'burbs, where I can go to Barnes & Noble to buy a book about your interesting city experiences and read it over some Starbucks coffee." 

James and Jim, the Hot Or Not guys, visit NYC

Adam Curry has an outline-oriented weblog. You can expand and collapse by day.  

     

Last update: Monday, July 01, 2002 at 10:30 PM Eastern.

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