DaveNet: Weblogs In Meatspace.
The NY Times calls on Bush to fire Trent Lott.
Salon: "Pete Rose met with commissioner Bud Selig in Milwaukee two weeks ago to discuss the career hits leader's possible reinstatement to baseball."
When you miss an important email because your mailbox is full of spam, you can send a letter to Alan Ralsky, 6747 Minnow Pond Drive, West Bloomfield, MI 48322. He's one of the leading suppliers of spam services, and runs a very profitable business according to the Detroit Free Press. Thanks to Jason Levine for collating the info. I plan to send Ralsky a hand-written letter tonight, and any other time I have something to say about spam. Finally, there's someone to complain to about this.
John Robb: "There are over 1,000 schools worldwide (Caltech, Berkeley, Harvard, Dartmouth, Innsbruck, Vanderbilt, Cambridge, Iowa, Middlebury, Washington, Nebraska Public Schools, Denver Public Schools, and many more) using UserLand's Manila."
Dan Bricklin: "This afternoon, Interland announced that they have signed a deal to acquire Trellix Corporation, the company that I founded."
Mark Hurst interviews AOL's vice-president of community services, Rick Robinson, and asks if they're going to get into weblogs.
Justin Klubnik has a t-shirt design based on the meatspace motif. It's surprisingly tasteful.
Dave Sifry: "BTW, we're from Lawn Guyland."
FYI, Saturday is the six-month anniversary of my quitting smoking.
Eric Norlin is blogging CNET's web services conference.
Memigo is a "website for news junkies."
This NYT article caught my eye in re the latest DaveNet piece. False alarm.
We're experiencing technical difficulties.
Comments on WIM: Ed Cone, Shelley Powers, Ryan Irelan, Paolo Valdemarin, Sam Ruby.
Lite discussion on the BloggerDev list about the new version of the API. People are treading carefully. Me too.
The Scripting News Christmas Tree is up. We're walkin along. Singin a song. Walking in my winter underwear.
Another cool song: "Though grown-ups might look at him with fright, the children all love him so."
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