It'll be an abbreviated day, I'm attending the Harvard Business School conference, in Cupertino of all places. Should be interesting. We're having a bloggers dinner after, at By-Th-Bucket on Stevens Creek in Santa Clara, 7:15PM. Watch this space for updates. Ask for the Bloggers at the maitre d's desk. I'll try to explain what that means. BTB is a funky Cajun-Italian restaurant, it got its name when it was a tiny hole in the wall clam bar in Cupertino, but at some time they raised money and expanded into a swanky joint with a big menu with lots of great food. I love the place.
BBC: "MTV plans a film about the life of the man behind collapsed online music swapping service Napster."
Phillip Pearson: "It must suck to run a shared web host, because it doesn't look like there's any way to get the permissions sorted out right so that everybody's scripts work but nobody can hack anybody."
Two articles in today's SJ Mercury News about Aggregators and RSS.
I just learned that RSS is being taught at a computer class at Harvard.
The NY Times says something many of us have been thinking about the war of words betw Bush and Iraq.
Burning Bird says that spam is starting to appear in her weblog comments.
Chuq Von Rospach: "I've chosen to not turn on comments for various reasons."
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