Nico MacDonald: The Future of Weblogging.
Photo of Hurricane Isabel from the space station.
Day 1: Weblogs in Journalism.
Day 1: Weblogs in Presidential Politics.
Notes from tonight's weblog writers meeting at Berkman.
Highly recommended: Political Wire weblog.
Elizabeth Spiers: "New York Mag made me an offer and a few details have to be worked out, but it looks like I'm going to take it." She will still headline at BloggerCon.
Jenny Levine: "Is there a moblog set up for BloggerCon?"
Best of luck to people in the path of Hurricane Isabel.
Roderick Nordell: "Pollsters keep asking people to split hairs on how interested they are -- very, somewhat, not, or don't know -- in inescapable matters like the economy and healthcare. Perhaps we'd have more confidence if you and I defined the questions and multiple choices."
Roger Simon: "Clark came off as a civilized and well-spoken fellow."
News.Com profile of Doug Engelbart.
Wired: "VeriSign's controversial 'typo-squatting' Site Finder service is about to be bypassed by an emergency software patch to many of the Internet's backbone computers."
Chris Lydon interviews Joe Conason, Doc Searls, Ed Cone and Josh Marshall on the candidacy of Wesley Clark.
NY Times: "The problem you have getting in this late is you have no field troops, you have no ground operation," said Bill Dal Col, who ran Steve Forbes's campaign for the Republican nomination in 1996 and 2000. "Without the troops, it doesn't matter how good your logistics and planning are."
News.Com interviews RIAA president Cary Sherman.
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