Jon Udell reviews a Groove/Radio interop tool. Apparently it bridges Groove workgroups to Radio via RSS, which means of course it would connect to any other tool that works with RSS. Now Groove can be used in a publishing system. Nice. I hope the work here continues, and that Jon keeps explaining it. When technology is complicated you need both things -- pioneering geeks like Tim, and thoughtful explainers like Jon.
Tim Oren is a VC with a weblog.
I'm a sucker for a picture of a cute kid (click to the right), especially when it's Sean Gallagher's little girl Zoe who loves to throw make-believe picnics, with coffee, in pajamas. It's great to be a kid because they don't have to pretend they're not crazy, like adults do, if you know what I mean. Hey I noted that Sean is blogging again. It's good to see him back. People come and go, and that's cool. When someone I like to read regularly pops up again that feels good.
Jeremy Allaire: "After eight years with Allaire and Macromedia, I've decided to move on."
Brent Simmons reports that the latest beta of NetNewsWire supports the comments feature in RSS 2.0. "I hope that more feeds will include comments URLs in the future," he says.
News & Observer: A Web for your thoughts.
BusinessWeek: "The beef has arrived."
Phil Ringnalda jumps on my colleague Donna Wentworth for the conflicting copyrights on her weblog. It is confusing.
Scott Rosenberg: "I don't think broadband transforms the Web experience; it just fixes it. Broadband makes the Web work the way it's supposed to."
Megnut: "I've ended up with far more comprehensive coverage at a much higher rate than I wanted to spend."
Adam Curry reviews a new Michael Jackson TV special.
SF Chronicle: "Top investigators of the Columbia space shuttle disaster are analyzing a startling photograph -- snapped by an amateur astronomer from a San Francisco hillside -- that appears to show a purplish electrical bolt striking the craft as it streaked across the California sky."
Bloglet offers an "email subscription service for your blog."
On this day in 1998: "I believe we have the most to learn from the people we want to listen to the least."
Last night I signed a deal to sell my house. Later today I fly to NY. As I leave, I realize that I'm free to move where ever I want. Freedom is an awesome thing. It's not always so comfortable. I'll let you know.
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