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Wendy Seltzer: "Even Harvard's dean misreads the DMCA."
David Carter-Tod: RSS Plugin for Manila.
Mark Nottingham has prepared a draft of a spec for RSS 2.0 suitable for submission to the IETF.
Protestor in Baghdad: "Leave our country, we want peace."
John B. Jaymes: "I've sworn not to go north of Orlando."
Joshua Allen: "Scoble has been assimilated!"
A reader writes to ask if there's any progress in the talks with the NY Times about their archive, and the answer is -- a little. Per the agreement, I'm not going to talk publicly about this until the talks reach a conclusion.
I used to work reasonably well with designers until CSS came along. Now my writing is supposed to be a soldier in the fight for Web "standards." Help. My work has to look great in MSIE, and I can't wait for the other browsers to fix their bugs. So I'm going to use paragraphs and breaks and old unbuggy stuff like that where I need to. I think of designers as people who make me look good, not as political advisors. They mostly aren't even very good at the politics. Look at it this way. We're all locked in a trunk. You can't get out of the trunk by smearing ketchup on my tie. It won't make the guys driving the car lose any money. They can't even see into the trunk. It's locked, from the outside.
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