DaveNet: Comments on the Google-Blogger deal.
When I was cleaning out the garage I found a story I wrote in the early 80s, missing the first page, unfortunately. It was better than I remembered. I almost threw out what I thought was a random issue of PC Mag, until I looked more closely and saw it was the first issue, volume 1, number 1.
Marc Barrot is rendering RSS in an outline in a browser.
My first dumpster has arrived. I made a dent in the piles of garbage in just one part of the house, barely covering the bottom of the 20 cubic yard dumpster. I estimate I'll need four of these before the house is ready to move. Filling a dumpster is good exercise! Sweating. I like it.
Danny Sullivan: "Google has long said it has no intention of becoming a portal, but so far, it's hard not to see the acquisition of Blogger as adding a portal feature in the same way that Yahoo did when it bought GeoCities."
Douglas Rushkoff: "It's a little unsettling that Blogger is now a Google venture."
Jon Udell: "NewsGator is a fabulous hack."
It's so sad to see what's become of WebMonkey.
Business 2.0: "The Blogger hosting service will become faster and more reliable when it's moved to Google servers, and millions of people who have never given a thought to blogs will be exposed to them when they visit Google."
AP: "The practice of showing commercials before the start of movies defrauds the public and should be stopped, according to lawsuits filed against two movie theater chains." Bravo!
Ernie the Attorney: The three stages of blog-awareness.
Search Engine Watch: "Google is Marcia Brady, the family member who seemingly gets more attention than the others."
Phil Ringnalda drools over a Movable Type plug-in that adds a feature that Manila had at its first release, over 3 years ago.
Paolo: "This morning I have learned that the father of my friend and partner, Simone, has suddenly died." Prayers to Simone and his family.
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