The Guardian runs a story that seems could have run in a blog. Hmm. Wait a minute. It did.
Seems they don't appreciate a newbie in Bahsten.
More excellent comments on What Makes a Weblog a Weblog, including a pointer to a Russ Lipton essay.
Mark Pilgrim took the words right out of my mouth. Smart guy. When XML came out, the hype was that we'd all be able to design our own vocabularies. Fool that I am I believed them, and did so. Later the W3C corrected our format and made a huge mess of things. Now they say the same thing about RDF. Make as many vocabularies as you want (now they call them ontologies). I have a funny feeling you can't trust them this time either.
One year ago today: Weblog Neighborhoods.
A list of neighborhoods, based on subscription lists.
Brent's law of wikis.
Reclaim the public domain petition.
Yeah Bill, they are idiots.
Wired News on yesterday's FCC decision.
Karlin reminds of the Irish bloggers get-together in Dublin tonight.
Halley comments on Cape Cod. Isn't that funny, I was thinking about heading there next. In Boston they would pronounce the name of the place Cad, with a tiny hint of a W between the A and the D.
This Thursday evening there will be no weblog-writers discussion at Berkman. The reason: Graduation is Thursday, and it's going to be hard to get around Cambridge. We will resume on the following Thursday, June 12.
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