News.Com: Mary Bono downplays RIAA job rumors.
Adam Curry scanned some of his old pics. This one is my favorite.
Another great no funk feed is Mary Jo Foley and the rest of the ZD Net bunch. They don't funk around.
Everywhere I look I see lack of funk. Chris Sells come on down. Great feed. Completely easy to understand. No funk. Nothing that would make a non-rocket-scientist break a sweat. My man.
Blogger Pro 1.1 does a pretty good job at RSS: no funk here.
Check out the NYU weblog portal listing the blogs of NYU students and alumni.
Hiawatha Bray: "There's plenty of juice left in the blogging boom."
To improve performance on UserLand servers, the HTML version of weblogs.com is now updated every five minutes instead of every minute.
News.Com: "The University of Twente in the Netherlands has launched a unique, campuswide wireless hot spot, claimed to be the biggest in Europe."
Mary Harrsch: RSS -- The Next Killer App for Education.
The Australian Democrats get behind RSS.
Backend.UserLand is now a weblog. Now when something of interest happens in the community, there's a place to point to it. There's also an RSS feed, so you can subscribe.
Tim Bray is looking for stock quotes in an RSS feed.
Brent Simmons's RSS feed is totally not funky. Thanks Brent. And I think it's safe to assume that even if Brent's software sucked up all the other software in the world, his feed would still not be funky. Postscript: Brent's feed is so not funky that it's even less funky than my RSS feed, which is pretty damned not funky. Maybe I'll remove the three bits of funk in my feed. I wonder if anyone would miss them.
Register: Torvalds to leave Transmeta, will work full time on the Linux kernel.
Dan Gillmor notes that Time is a publicity tool for Time-Warner.
The NY Times reports that Continental and United Airlines are installing in-flight email. Which raises the question, is it really just email and if so why not just offer Internet access so we can access the Web?
Tim Bray: "There are some cultures where hugging is just not done."
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