Chris Heilman: "This is a sorted and annotated list of all 135 candidates in California's special recall election."
Weblogger, a commercial Manila hosting service, got a great review in PC Mag. I run a Manila hosting service too. BTW, Jake has mail-to-weblog coded for Manila. PC Mag likes the feature. It'll be there soon.
Here's a rough outline of changes we're making to BloggerCon pricing. It's still in draft mode. Official rollout date is Monday. If you're the kind of person who likes to read finished stuff, please wait till Monday. BTW, I just got the scholarship form working.
Where the candidates are the week of August 18.
Today's song: "The blue bulldog howls 'Boo-la, boo-la, boo!'"
I put together a grid to visualize Day 2 at BloggerCon. Think of groups you'd like to get together in a Pound Hall classroom. They're large rooms, with comfortable seating.
Also on Monday I'm going to New Hampshire to find some presidential candidates. I'll stay overnight somewhere in NH and return to Tuesday afternoon for a local host committee dinner in Cambridge. It'll be my first time covering the presidential campaign on location. Jim Moore says he may come along. I think Halley from Halley's Comment is coming too. If you're in Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, or New Hampshire, next week is the week to converge on NH with our laptops and digital cameras to capture the scene. There's lots of stuff happening in Iowa next week too. It's time to stop talking, time to start doing.
Rolling Stone: RSS 2.0.
Surf the Net with Kids has a new RSS 0.91 feed. It's a "guide to the hidden educational gems of the Web, written for kids, parents and teachers." More here.
416 new feeds from PRWeb. Subscribed to the main feed, with the "top" press releases. RSS 0.91.
Martin Schwimmer: "Pampers don't need electricity."
Julie Powell: "I wonder how Julia passed the time during the blackout of 77?"
NY Times: "Frantically calling across town and around the country to find out the scope of the power failure, they were trapped in a news event they were trying to cover."
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