John Palfrey: "Why is the Berkman Center involved in this matter?" John is Executive Director of Berkman.
UserLand: Trackback for Manila. Released.
Register: "The [RIAA] confirmed that it was serving subpoenas at the rate of 75 a day."
An open letter to Dan Gillmor. "I appreciate that Dan, who is not a technical person, feels entitled to an opinion about RSS."
Do you know of RSS 2.0-compatible modules?
Happiness is a new Chris Lydon interview; this time with North Carolina weblog opinioneer, Ed Cone.
I checked in with Chris yesterday. He asked me for a one-word headline for all the news about RSS. I gave it a moment's thought and said: Hope.
Comments on RSS 2.0: David Galbraith, Dave Sifry, Don Park, Luke Hutteman, Halley Suitt.
Tonight's dinner with Scoble: Premier Pizza. 7PM. Scoble's directions from 101. Exit Montague Expressway. Left on Agnew. Right into Safeway parking lot. Look around for Premier Pizza.
Scott Johnson: "Feedster now understands CC syntax."
Greenspun: "Are you sure that you want to overwrite all the most critical files on this machine?"
ComputerWorld: "Users this week reacted with a mixture of concern and resignation to the discovery of a critical flaw in almost all versions of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows software, including the Windows Server 2003 operating system."
Chris Pirillo: "Expect to hear a lot about RSS at Gnomedex."
Shrook lets you "keep up to date with your favourite websites via a fast growing web technology called RSS."
Radio Keola: "I lack the technical acumen to comment on the merits and shortcomings of RSS and Echo/Atom." Major disconnect. Keola, insist on having it make sense to you.
Chris Heilman: "I worry that Echo may already be owned by some big company."
400 days no smoking Dave
Last year on this day: "Whether I go back to work in the same way I did before, or choose to chart a new course, remains to be seen." I did both. How about that.
BTW, as the title says, today is the 400th consecutive day of Dave the smoker who doesn't smoke. Sometimes the days aren't any easier. Being in Silicon Valley is tough, because I keep running into places and situations where I smoked in my former life. Moving to Boston was a good idea from that standpoint. All new places, not as many triggers. On the other hand my lungs are very sensitive to smoke. Even though I still have cravings, I doubt if I could smoke without collapsing in a coughing fit. Good protection.
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