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New RSS Howto: How to support enclosures in aggregators.
Don Park: "In Korea, secret PIN is often used to protect credit cards, cash cards, and bank accounts. Unfortunately, most people don't treat PIN as a personal secret and not only share it with others but routinely asks for it."
Just got an email from a reporter saying we underhype RSS. I seriously had not considered that possibility. No sarcasm.
NY Times: "All of AOL Time Warner's high-flying initiatives of the last two years have amounted to a $100 billion mistake."
The Economist profiles the FCC's Michael Powell.
I signed up for the Stanford spectrum policy conference, March 1-2.
Cory Doctorow: "The city of San Diego recently dropped $23,000 on a Googlebox."
Timothy Appnel: The Next Generation of TrackBack.
Welcome to the first annual Nude Blog Awards.
Juice is an "alternate browser with built-in support for Google's search API."
Blogistan: "I'm no fan of the National Review, but this Jonah Goldberg image cracked me up."
2/3/95: "SuperBowl beer commercials are aimed at people who are drunk."
Davos: "This year's hot ticket was apparently an invitation-only Super Bowl party, hosted by Bill and Chelsea Clinton."
On this day in 2000 I blogged Sports Day at Davos. It's also the king of Jordan's birthday. He gave a great speech. And on this day in 1998, Frontier 5.0 shipped. It was the first version that ran on both Macintosh and Windows.
BBC: "A total of 27 new sites will be opened at Welcome Break service stations, while 36 Hilton hotels will offer hotspots in their lobbies. Business travellers will also be able to log on at Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Aberdeen airports."
0xDECAFBAD: "If I've heard of you, can I list you as a friend? If I've emailed you once or twice?"
Jake Savin: "Now for a little code clean-up, some docs and a beta release."
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