Welcome to another Thursday night at Berkman.
The BloggerCon site has a delightful new look.
Scoble signs Hillary Clinton. The deal of the century.
Another celebrity pol for Scoble to sign.
Ptypes says "Howard Dean is a body-double of Lee Harvey Oswald."
Michael Feldman is a Harvard blogger. "Every day I try to post one thing that makes me laugh and one thing that makes me think," says Michael.
Tonight's song: "In the town where I was born, lived a man who sailed the sea. And he told us of his life, in the land of submarines."
Julie Powell: "I like the idea that eating well is a universal right, and that you can do it in the midst of the daily Hell that most of us live, especially when you live in an outer borough of New York City."
Greenspun: "'Welcome to the West Coast,' said the friendly woman at Travis Air Force Base Approach before handing me off to the Napa airport tower."
Lessig, a lawyer, asks: "Is it impossible to imagine the lawyers ever on the side of innovation?"
Thanks to Mat Wrigley for the pointer to the full Dogma 2000 website. I replaced the link in the blogroll on Scripting News so that search engines will have a better chance of finding it.
Don Park: "I hope many people get nosebleed from this and the previous post."
Halley Suitt is a member of the local host committee for BloggerCon. In the invite I referred to her as author Halley Suitt. Her first post today is a reminder why that is such an accurate description. She should write a book, she's so good.
August 2001: Exploring the Blues.
NY Times: "Some colleges now let freshmen pick their own roommates in an online roommate-selection system that works on the same principles as computer dating."
BBC: "Microsoft has announced that new versions of its mouse will be fitted with wheels that tilt as well as roll."
Kottke took a look at all the flavors of RSS and figured out what's been going on. This stuff isn't that hard.
Andrew Orlowski is having another acid flashback, this time about Apple and Sun. Based on his previous track record give it a 10 percent chance of having any substance at all. But it's still an interesting idea, isn't it?
IdiotDev: "Hey what would a game look like that used RSS as its engine?"
Google News Alerts "are sent by email when news articles appear online that match the topics you specify."
Microdoc News: "With the implementation of Google News Alerts I am becoming increasingly aware that Google Inc is fast becoming an Internet Services Company with search being an attractive core, but certainly not the main game."
John Palfrey says Tim Bray missed his point.
Jeremy Zawodny says Google's PageRank is broken.
Last year on this day: "I still dream of smoking, but even in my dreams I have become an ex-smoker."
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