Independent: "Is Microsoft to blame?"
John Leyden reports that virus writers are rarely caught.
Netscape DevEdge, its developer site, has an RSS 2.0 feed.
Looking for a parking spot in Cambridge.
Robert Crook is a Salon blogger who likes John Kerry.
New features for managing membership of Manila sites.
Chris Heilman on California's "Doomsday Question."
Pito Salas explains what he means by "blog bridge."
News.Com: "The European Parliament has delayed voting on a controversial software-patents directive, following protests and criticism by computer scientists and economists."
Nice thing about plane travel is that it often leaves me reading a good book. Yesterday's flight was actually two. The first, from SF to Dallas, was empty enough so I had my own row to stretch out in. It was clear daylight and the scenery was gorgeous, over canyon country, southern Utah, northern New Mexico. The second leg, from Dallas to Boston, was dark and rainy, the flight was full. I was crammed in and kept thinking of my pyloric valve slamming shut. The book I'm reading is much like Confederacy of Dunces, although the movie was nothing like it. One supposedly crazy person, a person who acts crazy, but who's actually saner than any person you've ever met.
Gee it's good to be back home.
Looks like today is Gephardt day in New Hampshire.
FeedMe is a new aggregator, reviewed by Library Stuff.
Later today we'll randomly choose 25 people to get free passes for Day One of BloggerCon. That's Oct 4. Day Two, Oct 5, is free for everyone.
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