Diego Doval: "RSS is not anti-web, RSS is the web at its best."
Hey it's a lot of work to move just part of seven years of my Web content from Santa Clara to Cambridge. We've now transferred all the static content on www.scripting.com to Monster2. It was about 300MB compressed. The Search facility is back up too.
Here's an idea of what working-together looks like. The Dean and Clark campaigns are competing now, but in a few months they're going to be on the same team. There's a win for both here.
I read on Salon today (premium stuff) that the latest Republican talking points are that Democrats are shrill and nasty, overly critical of a President who's doing the best he can. Eye-opener.
Okay do we know for a fact that Longhorn has an RSS aggregator built-in? What do we know about it? (Paolo Marcucci who was at the Microsoft developer's conference, sheds some light.)
Thanks to the good professor Lessig for casting gris gris on the cause of collaboration in blogland. Seems to me that users have an interest in developers working together.
Now you can subscribe to custom feeds that find new stuff for sale on eBay.
Morning coffee notes: Orlowski, Dowbrigade tennis, tools.
I'm still an idealist, and would like to be able to vote for one for president of the US. (Routed to Dave/Homilies/Mottos.)
Adam Curry: "Yesterday Dave added a 35MB QuickTime video to his RSS feed that automagically popped up ready to play on my machine this morning. I will pay anyone who is willing to set up a similar RSS feed with daily enclosures of Letterman and/or Leno's TV show for my private viewing pleasure."
There was a frost last night. There's a white cover of ice on everything outside. The car, the grass, you name it. Of course in a month it will be unusual if there isn't a cover of ice on something that's outside. (Routed to Boston/Weather.)
Last year on this day: "I remain a smoker who doesn't smoke." Still am. I found myself reaching for the pack several times in the last few days as I've been programming round the clock. I still don't have anything to take the place of smoking. Except there's a pretty good chance I'd not be here if I were still smoking, so I guess life takes the place of smoking, in some sense.
On this day three years ago Clay Shirky wrote a guest DaveNet.
And around this time in 1999, Doc Searls started blogging,
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