The NY Times on where the women bloggers are.
Earlier today, around 4PM Pacific, we released code for Radio developers that creates a backup of all your weblog posts in RSS 2.0, as described on Monday. This will be the basis of no less than four key features: 1. Backup (of course). 2. Blog Browsers. 3. Interchange between blogging tools. 4. Synching between more than one Radio installation (or another blogging tool). We're going slowly, reviewing with the techies first, before releasing the user interface.
A screen shot of Brent's Blog Browser viewing Jake's Radio weblog. His files.xml is here.
Mark Pilgrim: "Every few months, somebody floats the idea of doing away with RSS and replacing it with HTML or XHTML, because 'semantic markup is all we need.'"
Jon Udell: "I sense a great disturbance in the force."
Re the name for the Reverse Cowgirl Blog TV show. I don't get it -- what's the show about. Is it what's on the blog? Then by all means call it a blog. How about a Wet Blog to distinguish it from the dry kind. You could always have a drink in your hand. Just an idea.
My iPod won't boot. Sad. This happened once before, and I held down all four keys at once to get it to restart. This time that isn't working. Helllp. Postscript: Matthew Gifford says: "Try holding down just the menu and play/pause buttons for about 10 seconds." Yup. That worked.
Snow in NY and Boston for the holiday. Anyone have pics??
Oliver Willis and Gary Secondino have snow pics from Boston MA.
Doug Wyatt has snow pics from Ithaca NY.
Noah Bast from Rochester NY.
Elizabeth Lane Lawley from Rochester, NY.
Jakob Nielsen in 1999: "The Edit This Page feature is the metaphoric equivalent of WYSIWYG for the Internet age."
Today's song: "Now son, you've just fought one hell of a fight, and I know you hate me, and you've got the right, to kill me now, and I wouldn't blame you if you do. But you ought to thank me before I die, for the gravel in your guts and the spit in your eye, because I'm the son of a bitch that named you Sue."
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We're in the zone now. The zone of one of two huge mega national holidays in the US. It's so weird this time I had no time to prepare. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Do I know where I'll be and what I'm doing. I don't. I could be flying to NY. In fact I probably will be. Either then or Friday. If I'm here I'll be eating a Togo's. Maybe a turkey Togo's. Gobble gobble.
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