DaveNet: The 2004 Election.
20 Questions -- Weblog Style!
If I understood Dutch I could tell you what this page says.
Marcus Mauller translates.
NY Times: "A federal judge in Boston said yesterday that there was mounting evidence innocent people were being executed. But he declined to rule the death penalty unconstitutional."
ComputerWorld: "A federal judge ruled on Friday that two universities do not have to comply with subpoenas requesting that they hand over the identities of students who could be illegally sharing music online."
Greenspun: "Think about all the poor people currently being housed in cities, occupying housing that could be sold to rich yuppies who would pay huge property tax."
Greensboro has a candidate with a candidate weblog, written by the candidate. RSS feed? Yup.
My new list of candidate schedules.
Howard Dean's campaign schedule. Very nicely done!
ABC News's The Note is tantalizingly complete, but almost useless because it shows you where the candidates will be today only. That's great if a a candidate is going to be in Boston and I can shuffle around my day. We need the same depth of coverage for a week going forward.
Gary Price summarizes a Business 2.0 article about an open source search engine that aims to dethrone Google.
Brian Buck: "Can't wait for that first day in September when the sky turns from gray haze to clean dry air." Amen.
Jake's got a wizzy editor working in Radio and Manila in Mozilla on Mac. What a relief. Now when people ask where's the wizzy editor for the Mac there will be an answer.
Jevon MacDonald designed a namespace for comments included in an RSS feed. He also provides an example feed. I linked his page into the sub-directory on the RSS 2.0 site.
One of the concerns Mark Pilgrim expressed about Daniel Berlinger's RSD spec is that he was hosting it on his own server. It's simple to remove the objection. I asked Daniel if he would let me mirror a copy of his spec, and he said yes.
NY Times: "Is there any advantage in having been ahead of the crowd now that just about every telecommunications company is rushing into the Wi-Fi wireless world?"
MSDN: Creating an RSS News Aggregator with ASP.NET.
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