Bruce Loebrich has scraped RSS feeds for Google news, and a RSS 2.0 success story. In other words, it's okay to use the features in 2.0. We're doing it at UserLand and so is Bruce.
Sam Ruby: "Yup, I'm a sick puppy." Me too!
Note to self: Read the pingback spec. Form opinion.
Dotcom Scoop: "CNET's Download.com is set to introduce a new program for its Download.com software portal. Beginning Sept. 30, software vendors will be charged a fee to upload their wares. There is also a monthly-package to get better placement on the site."
MacNet Journal reports that OmniOutliner will support OPML soon. That's very good news indeed.
Ray Ozzie: Software Platform Dynamics.
Jeremy Allaire: Wholistic Web Services.
News.Com: "Linux is a serious competitor," said Ballmer.
Scoble: "I'm just not that excited by much that Microsoft is doing."
NY Times: "Google's automated editors appeared to match the work of human competitors."
BBC: "Some critics have been less than impressed with Google's news service."
Looks like Google did a deal to index the NY Times. If you do this news search, and mouse over the link, you'll see there's a partner attribute on the URL, like the ones in our links. What are the implications of this? Here's one. Martin Nisenholtz may now have a chance of winning his bet with me.
Lance Knobel of Davos Newbies does a quick review of Tony Blair's case against Sadam Hussein.
Aaron Swartz: "If everyone is afraid to speak, who will defend our right to download?" I'm not afraid.
Lest anyone doubt that Brent has a good heart. "I laughed, because here's the irony -- on this site, on my own personal weblog, Radio UserLand rather than NetNewsWire is the most-used aggregator."
Iowa: "There was frost outside this morning!"
Wired: "An urgent business proposition and requests for urgent assistance from a so-called Nigerian official were heeded by a Detroit bank secretary in the latest example of how the ubiquitous e-mail scam actually works."
9/2/00: "In the overworked world of Web development, there's no time to study, there's only time to do."
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