Big BloggerCon announce tomorrow.
Pictures from the Edwards campaign in Merrimack, NH.
Tonight was the first time I met a person, Marc Nozell, who reads my weblog, at a presidential campaign appearance. I have pictures of him (he's taking a picture of Edwards), and his wife and daughter.
Senator John Edwards will "hold a town hall meeting in Merrimack, at the Merrimack Community Bandstand at Abbie Griffin Park. The meeting is free and open to the public, part of Senator Edwards’ plan to hold over 100 New Hampshire town hall meetings before the primary on January 27th."
Michael Watkins: "We are committed in Iraq because the costs of failure are too high."
8/16/01: "He is the best harvester of love I've ever seen."
BloggerCon in a nutshell, in progress. Comment here.
Description of Halley's Day 2 session.
S'More is an outliner that supports OPML.
NY Times review of my ThinkTank outliner, May 1983. It did not support OPML.
I started a list of presidential candidate weblogs. If you know of others please let me know. Thanks.
Two new signups for BloggerCon: 1. Chris Locke. Author of Gonzo Marketing and co-author of the Cluetrain Manifesto. 2. Scott Heiferman, founder of Meetup and Fotolog. A summary of recent additions to the BloggerCon lineup.
I've been emailing with an ex-Yahoo engineer about their directory. It's weird how little those outside Yahoo (like me) know about them. First, they're maintained by people called "surfers" who have god-like status inside Yahoo. They were the first Yang-Filo hires, and of course it's how Yahoo started, as a hierarchic Web directory. Many of the original surfers were librarians.
You've heard of Alpha Males. Check out Alpha Nails.
Three years ago today: "The best advice I can offer the music industry based on my experience in tech is to give the users what they want. Don't try to negotiate. Just give it to them."
Four years ago today -- Carmen's Headline Viewer, one of the earliest aggregators, and as far as I know the first desktop aggregator. Funny story. It was supposed to have been written by a woman named Carmen. It was actually written by her husband Jeff, who was moonlighting from his day job at Microsoft. Jeff now works for Amazon.
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