Happy Birthday to Dylan Brandt Jacobs. He's 0 today. Mom and son are healthy.
Chris Lydon interviews David Weinberger. "My bubble never popped."
Bob Doyle's Portable Web Studio for Blogradio Productions.
Matt Haughey's new PVR weblog. Good idea!
You want Trackback? You got it.
News.Com: "The Massachusetts attorney general's office said Wednesday that tougher penalties are necessary to prevent Microsoft from engaging in anticompetitive behavior."
Blog Change Bot is a "blog monitoring service which updates you via AOL Instant Messanger when a blog you are interested is updated."
Zawodny: "What makes Dave think that Yahoo and Google's technology doesn't already 'understand' RSS, I wonder?"
Steven Johnson: "We're wrong to think of Google as a pure reference source. It's closer to a collectively authored op-ed page -- filled with bias, polemics, and a skewed sense of proportion -- than an encyclopedia."
I wrote this little story for women who are getting older, ones with little imperfections, the little things that make them beautiful, different, special, worth loving, worth caring for and about.
Cartoons. Advertising. OS X. Raumpatrouille.
I am going to stay in California through the weekend, so this Thursday's meeting at Berkman is cancelled. We'll pick it up again next week, for sure.
I'm also going to spend some time today over at Stanford at the AlwaysOn conference. A chance to see old friends. Sergey and Larry from Google will be there. I want to see if I can talk with them, briefly, about formats and protocols for weblogs, directories and search engines. Should be fun. Bringing the camera.
Keith Teare took my pic with his cellphone and automatically blogged it. Hey so what if I was making a stupid face. It's cool technology! Yeah.
GovExec.Com: "The Homeland Security Department has chosen Microsoft Corp as its preferred supplier of desktop computer and server software."
Julie is an American cook with a weblog.
News.Com: Hot spots elude RIAA dragnet.
BBC: UK beach gets wireless web. "The service, called PiertoPier, is being offered free to anyone who has the right gear and relies on volunteers and donations to keep it alive."
Jake Savin is testing a release of Trackback for Manila. I should have a demo of it for y'all to try out later today. This is the stuff we were working on in April, finally in the pipe for release.
The world's first installed parking meter was in Oklahoma City, on July 16, 1935.
Last year on this day: "Someone says that weblogs aren't journalism. OK, suppose a journalist has a weblog. When that journalist writes something on the weblog, therefore, it must not be journalism."
Three years ago: "Look at this picture, Gates answering a reporter's question, Maritz and Muglia with their heads down as if they go through this experience every day and know that it isn't working." It was part of a game called a TranceFest. Don't read Mike Donellan's entry with a full mouth of coffee, as I did.
Chicken is a Scheme to C compiler. It now supports XML-RPC. It's the 79th implementation.
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