Thanks to Paul Boutin for a pointer to this MSNBC article with advice from citizens of Baghdad on blackouts. "Maybe there are followers of Saddam Hussein who are sabotaging their power stations."
Dan Gillmor says he might vote for Schwarzenegger.
Dann Sheridan: "Bye, bye VCR."
Something about Chris Lydon's weblog doesn't look right in Safari on Mac OS X. It clearly has something to do with the CSS. Any suggestions are welcome, I can't test it in that configuration. Thanks!
I'm working on the Subscriptions Harmonizer this weekend. One of the things I want is for the central app to give me a way to view all my subscriptions, to add and delete subs, and to offer a way to aggregate subs.
Harold Gilchrist suggests an Audioblogging BOF on October 5. I think it's a good idea. I bet Chris Lydon and Bob Doyle would participate. Let me know if you'd come to Cambridge for a 1.5 hour discussion of audioblogging (and of course whatever else is discussed on the 5th).
Tim Aiello: "I'm attempting to map the timeline of the power outage."
BBC: "Former Ugandan dictator Idi Amin has died of multiple organ failure in hospital in Saudi Arabia."
Thanks to Don Park for the pointer to Flame Warriors, a fantastic taxonomy of various roles people play on mail lists, with excellent illustrations.
CamWorld: The Great Blackout of 2003.
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