Sjoerd Visscher: "XHTML, and specifically version 2.0, is a perfect dataformat for weblogs."
David Galbraith: "Let's face it NY is much better than Irwindale."
Two new installments in Halley's alpha male series.
Dan Gillmor: "Swipe a CD from a record store and you'll get arrested. But when Congress authorizes the entertainment industry to steal from you -- well, that's the American way."
Computerworld: "On flight LH 418 from Frankfurt to Washington, Lufthansa AG today began a three-month trial of a new onboard wireless broadband service that allows travelers to connect to the Internet some 30,000 feet in the sky."
Rogers Cadenhead: "Breaking even or doubling my cost wouldn't be nearly enough incentive to yoke myself to a keyboard for months at a time as the Earth goes about its normal day-to-day business in my absence."
Lessig: "The Supreme Court has rejected our challenge to the Sonny Bono Law."
John Palfrey: "No one could have done a better job than Larry Lessig did."
Donna Wentworth is gathering links on the Eldred decision.
AP: "A huge victory for Disney and other companies."
Forbes: "Somewhere in Burbank a mouse called Mickey is smiling."
Lessig: "It has often been said that movements gain by losing in the Supreme Court."
Joi Ito: "The default path is that we are stripped of our rights."
Halley: "..transfixed by the picture of Professor Lessig on his blog."
Mitch Wagner at InternetWeek interviewed me. Pretty good. There are a couple of things that I'd clarify (esp the use of the word innovation), but for the most part, it reflects what I believe.
One of the Radio weblogs, by Roland Piquepaille, is being Slashdotted as we speak. Mazel tov Roland.
Jamie Zawinski on Apple's decision not to use Mozilla in Safari. "I'm not bitter."
BBC: "The US technology and music industries reach a deal to help protect copyright and stop piracy but not everyone supports the plan." Customers.
Karlin Lillington: "The new standard for cutting-edge adventure tourism is going to be a flight into space and a stay at a space hotel."
Five years ago today XML-RPC was zoooooooming.
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