Tonight we're up in San Francisco at the Rave Awards, rootin for Tara Sue all the way.
Jon Udell: Services and Links.
Mark Pilgrim: "After keeping up with all the latest standards, painstakingly marking up all my content, and validating every last page on my site, Iím still stuck in a dead end."
PC Mag: "One of the big stories to come out of this year's CES is the approaching availability of 802.11g, which promises 54-Mbps wireless connectivity."
Press release: "Jupitermedia Corporation today announced that its Jupiter Research division will be the first research advisory firm to offer dedicated research analyst Weblogs."
NY Times eulogy for Steve Case.
Doc Searls: "AOL is toast."
David Galbraith: "What is amazing is that AOL ever became big in the first place when ten years ago they were already an anachronism."
John Palfrey is co-director of the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School, where I'm a fellow. I guess in some sense John is my boss. I haven't had one of those in a long time. Weird feeling.
BTW, that's one of my heroes, Maynard G Krebs, to the right. He's appeared on Scripting News for the last three January 13ths. Not sure why, but why not?
According to News.Com, Web Services start-up Flamenco "has secured $14.5 million in two rounds of funding."
Sam Ruby is organizing a blogger's dinner in Seattle two weeks from now.
RFC: RSS 2.0 and the MetaWeblog API
Karlin Lillington reports on the 16-year-old Irish boy whose super-fast Web browser may win him a chance to study computer engineering in the US.
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