A note to developers of RSS aggregators about a feature in RSS 2.0 that they may want to take advantage of.
Daniel Brandt: Google's Original Sin.
USA Today: "We're on the threshold of a whole new system," says Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards. "The time where accountants decide what music people hear is coming to an end."
More discussion of RSS evolution on Blogroots, Loosely Coupled, and Ben Hammersley.
MacMerc explains RSS from a Mac user's point of view.
News.Com: "Why does the White House refuse to tell Microsoft to get tough on security?"
9/7/01: "Since when do lawyers negotiate this way?"
Sean Gallagher reviews the Courtyard by Marriott in Detroit. Which reminds me that when I stayed in San Francisco last week at Le Hotel Argent, I was given a non-smoking room that stank of smoke. I groaned at the irony. Just a few weeks ago I would have been annoyed at being given a non-smoking room. This time I was (more than a little) annoyed at the utter stench of the room. BTW, 94 days of non-smoking. Seems to be working. On Saturday I didn't get the urge for a cigarette until late morning. Not bad.
Jeremy Allaire: "Real-time computing is essentially a new, uncharted world."
News.Com: "Sun Microsystems, backed into a corner by competitors and by economics, is launching new projects in an effort to revitalize its diminished computer-industry leadership."
Murphy paid a visit to Jenny The Librarian, who we missed dearly, since early August. She explains what happens. Oy.
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