DaveNet: Chris Lydon Speaks of Emerson and Weblogs.
The PKD Foundation is the "only organization, worldwide, devoted to improving clinical treatment and discovering a cure for Polycystic Kidney Disease."
Essay: Escaping Microsoft's Dominance. "[Google] could be the foundation for a platform, but this company is even less prepared to compete, imho, than Netscape was."
An Amazon employee with a weblog. "This is a cheap place. Wait, did I say cheap? I mean frugal."
Here's a sketch of how a Subscriptions Harmonizer would work for people who use more than one aggregator.
Brian Cantoni did a FTP-and-OPML-based harmonizer.
East Broadway Ron: "The Mets stink worse than East Broadway on a hot summer afternoon."
Jim Moore: "Moveon.org has about two million registered members. If half of them -- one million members -- gave just $1000 each, this would add up to a billion dollars."
Microdoc News: "You may be ignored, linked to, ranted at, but nevertheless, you can have your say on your own weblog and continue to be a member of the blogosphere."
AP: "Corbis Corp, a photography-archiving company owned by billionaire Bill Gates, filed a federal lawsuit Monday against Amazon.com and several partners, alleging copyright infringement."
Chris Pirillo's Amazon feeds are now customizable.
NY Times: "Buddy Hackett, the streetwise comedian from Brooklyn with a face like a plate of mashed potatoes, died yesterday at his beach house in Malibu, Calif. He was 78."
Register: "With patents allowed, small software companies may suddenly find themselves faced with accusations of patent infringement from IBM, Microsoft, HP, Sun etc etc. They can agree to pay a licence and see their profits slashed or go to court and spent on average £300,000 fighting the case."
Casady & Greene: "It is with profound regret that we inform you that Casady & Greene will close its doors on July 3rd, 2003, after nineteen years in the Software Publishing business. We have endured many industry downturns, but the last three years have presented a series of economic disasters from which we were unable to rebound."
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