Frank Luntz: "Only in the fictional world of 'The West Wing' do Democrats win elections these days."
NY Times: "A religious sect that contends that space travelers created the human race by cloning themselves declared today that the first cloned human had been born."
Mark Gardner: "Here's my template for Blogger users to generate RSS 2.0."
Rick Klau is editing Radio outlines on his Palm.
Jeneane Sessum has a moblog wishlist.
John Robb: "We all live in Pottersville."
Mark Pilgrim and Sam Ruby are doing something interesting with the <cite> element in HTML.
Russell Beattie: "Am I the only one who wonders why glossy magazines publish all their content online?"
Paul Boutin found a "screen shot of Groove-based software that could look for potential terrorist attacks, to go with the NY Times article on P2P and XML being used for the Total Information Awareness project."
A must-read article in today's NY Times about the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica. It's larger than North America and has doubled in size in the 20 years since it was discovered. The lifestyle of people at the southern end of South America has already changed. "We feel like we are rabbits in a laboratory experiment," said Ivan Mansilla Vera, 36, an engineer and father of two young children. "Nobody knows what is going to happen to us."
Wired: "British Pathe has put more than 3500 hours of its old newsreels online."
A new category for my RSS directory lists apps that do something interesting with RSS but are not an aggregator or a content management tool. If you have such a utility or know of one, please use the suggest-a-link feature to let me know about it. Thanks!
Tom Bradford, two years ago, in a great ramble. "Standards bodies suck, plain and simple."
Five years ago today Scripting News became an XML application. This was the beginning of one of the two roads that would join to form RSS 0.91, in 1999.
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