DaveNet: BBC Archive, Weblogs and RSS.
Slate: "Presumably by accident, somebody left a live prototype of President Bush's 2004 campaign site on the Web for a few hours today."
Dave Sifry recounts a phone conversation we had last week about RSS and naming, and support from blogging tools.
Sixty-eight new feeds from BBC News Interactive.
Adrian Holovaty made a bookmarklet that gets the RSS feed for a particular BBC news section or story.
BBC: Wi-fi will be next dot.com crash.
News.Com: "Netflix has been granted a wide-ranging patent encompassing its online DVD rental service."
Fresh and funky and ready to please.
Press release: SOAP 1.2.
Tom Yager explains how Apple cooked its performance test for the new G5 computers.
Intel: "Anne Davis remembers how she reacted the first time she saw a weblog being used in the classroom."
Jim McGee: "Sites that provide no RSS feed essentially don't exist for me."
Wes Felter reviews yesterday's Apple announcements.
Sam Ruby is leading an effort to create a new weblog format and API. There's a Wiki that's open for all to contribute to, and an impressive list of people who support the work.
NY Times article on yesterday's Supreme Court decision about filtering in libraries. And another explains what it means for libraries and their patrons.
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