New feature for Radio 8 users. Monthly archives. Just in time for the end of the month. Here's the August archive page for DHRB. Lots of coool pics. Yeah.
There's another feature in the pipe, should be released later today. Instant outlining notification over instant messaging. Very rational, right? Still a glitch or two remain.
Larry Lessig thinks the world would be a better place if the source of MORE was in the public domain.
News.Com: "Apple Computer has invoked the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to prevent its customers from burning DVDs on external drives."
Another site that I can't read. Screen shot. Luckily it has an XML feed so I can subscribe to it.
NY Times: "The iMac, a graceful piece of art whose astonishingly thin screen floats in air on a gleaming chrome elbow, sells well enough. But whenever a Windows PC maker tries something similar, buyers stay away in droves."
Christian Crumlish is looking for pointers to philosophy-oriented weblogs.
Ray Ozzie: "Publishing is dead."
Don Park: "Publishing is not dead."
Rahul Dave: "I am fed up with all the spats and counterspats about licensing, copyright, open-source, free-software, and other yadda yadda yadda. So let me propose a new monicker for software, an inclusive monicker, Loving Software, the software which loves both its users and developers."
Tara Sue: "Junebug and I are celebrating for the next five minutes. We' ve claimed our first campaign contributions from Paypal." Thanks to Patrick Breitenbach for helping expedite the Paypal connection.
Thanks to Glenn Reynolds for helping to spread the word.
Halley Suitt: "I took the plunge and wow.."
Yesterday I asked why RSS 1.0 is called RSS. A bunch of interesting responses, some of which I collected onto a single page. Several different points of view represented. Esp read Seth Cousins story, it's a bit of a rambler, he's a techie but a RSS newbie. As the day goes by I may add more points of view. It's good, we're making progress I think, and no flames. Thanks.
For crying out loud David, it's super simple. If I build a house I can live in it as long as I want. If I want to rent out rooms I can do that too, as long as I want.
Chris Chapman reports that the RIAA website was hacked overnight. He has a screen shot. As a computer professional, I can never condone this sort of thing. It's not okay to deface other people's sites, no matter what the cause. Now, that said, of all the sites on the Web, the one I care the least about being hacked is the RIAA site because they are asking for the the legal right to do that to our computers. Remember the Golden Rule, do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
News.Com: RIAA site comes under second attack.
Another impossible-to-read website. Screen shot.
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