Greenspun: "What would an engineer do with $100 billion?"
News.Com: "Lycos customers have been without e-mail access for most of this week, after what was supposed to be a routine server software upgrade went awry."
Chris Lydon interviews Harold Bloom.
Hey thanks, Monday's DaveNet is #4 on BlogDex.
Lawrence is doing a great job of keeping the UserLand product news feed updated.
Dowbrigade: Cats Sacrificed in Bizarre Experiment.
I'm too sick to do the Thursday meeting. We'll reconvene next Thurs, Sept 11. Ooooh. That's the scary day.
A new session for Day 2 at BloggerCon, on news readers and aggregators at 11AM in Pound 200. As with all Day 2 sessions, it's free for all who are interested.
David Galbraith: "There is a possibility that the weblog space will Balkanize."
NY Times: Universal to Cut Prices of Its CD's.
Jake: "We've got a new set of features for testing: RSS feeds for Manila discussion groups, and for news item departments. This beta also includes a new department list page."
Gary Price reports that a portion of the Internet Archive is now searchable, and that Google has received a new patent.
Jenny finds my search-the-aggregator script interesting.
I'm sniffling, coughing and sneezing. This cold has been creeping up on me. Gotta do the Thursday evening meeting. May not do dinner. Ahhh choo!
On this day in 2001, I had a strange technical dream.
Hey I'm in a Netflix subscriber now. The first movie I watched is The Witches of Eastwick, a movie I've not been able to find in the video stores. It's the real Alpha Male story, not the one that women make up.
Ed Cone: "The John Edwards campaign weblog is about to launch."
Library Stuff reports that My.Yahoo now does RSS.
Bob Stepno reports that the Times ran a correction on Saturday to the piece I cited yesterday, re the "house blogger" who was traveling with the Dean campaign. It only gets more confusing, however.
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