NY Times: "Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the Harvard professor and four-term United States senator from New York who brought a scholar's eye for data to politics and a politician's sense of the real world to academia, died today in Washington. He was 76."
Warblogging.Com's new Index Of Evil is an application of Weblogs.Com. "EvilBot downloads every blog that's changed since it last downloaded the list and looks for words like Ashcroft, Hussein, Saddam or Osama."
John Markoff's obituary of Adam Osborne.
Don Park: "People like Sean [McGrath] are smart experienced experts whose criticisms should be carefully examined like rocks from a jade mine instead of focusing on flaws." Amen.
The Webmonkey blog notes Harvard weblogs, with kind words, which is appreciated since my initial adjective for their weblog was not so kind.
The Kern County Superintendent of Schools main website is a Manila weblog. What a gorgeous design, by Bryan Bell. He says: "We converted every department in the organizations and nearly all of our client schools."
Ed Cone: "If an Iraqi division was rolling up I-85 through Greensboro on its way to overthrow some hypothetical despot in Washington.."
I was interviewed this morning by one of the US television networks about weblogs and the war.
Pictures from the NBC News interview, by Wendy Koslow.
Slashdot thread on H2O project at Berkman. Juliette Kayyem started an H2O rotisserie on the war in Iraq.
Two new Technorati services: Hot Links and Breaking News.
John Robb: "We don't want to go in. We can't go in."
Paolo's weblog is one year old today.
Hey is Doc hot, or not?
Happy Birthday Brent!
Brent says: "I want WebKit. I promise to use it for good and not for evil."
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