Jim Moore: "Blogs are weak tie machines!"
New Kids on the Blog shows new weblogs from German-speaking countries.
Today's song: "She's a valley girl and there is no cure."
Brent Simmons: "Iíve been waiting 20 years for GarageBand."
News.Com: "Apple CEO Steve Jobs kicked off Macworld Expo on Tuesday by announcing several new software packages, including an audio recording application called "GarageBand" and an updated version of Microsoft's Office software."
Justin Hall's subscription list.
Bloomberg: "Google Inc hired Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to arrange its initial public offering, a sale that may raise as much as $4 billion, a banker involved in the transaction said."
Subscription lists: Dan Gillmor, Cory Doctorow, Adam Curry, Brian Jepson, Jay McCarthy, Kevin Marks, Lawrence Lee, Ryan Overbey.
Boston Globe: "Howard Dean will receive the endorsement of former US senator Bill Bradley of New Jersey today."
One of my childhood heroes, Tug McGraw, died at age 59. They say he'll be remembered as a Phillie, but not for Mets fans. "McGraw coined the phrase Ya gotta believe! during the New York Mets' 1973 season and carried the slogan until he died." BTW, the Philadelphia Inquirer has an RSS feed. And Pete Rose now admits he bet on baseball, so please, let's get him in the Hall of Fame while he's still alive. Ask the fans, we want to honor the best hitter of all time. For all his moral weakness, there was a reason he was called Charlie Hustle.
4/24/95: "When we needed an example of how strange life can be, how great it can be to be alive, we always had the example of the Amazing Mets of 1969."
10/24/02: "The stories of Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Lou Gehrig, Joe Dimaggio, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Roger Maris, Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente, Nolan Ryan, Tommy Agee, Mookie Wilson, Cal Ripkin, Barry Bonds, are tales of great warriors, who, even if they lost on the field of battle, did so with great honor and courage."
As you might imagine, there's a weblog just for Thursday meetings. This Thursday's meeting is on. And January 22 is Hank Barry Thursday. Hank is the former CEO of Napster, an expert on technology and politics, a VC, a lawyer, and a nice guy. If you're in the Boston area any Thursday night, please stop by. 7PM.
The popup menu in the right margin of Scripting News now has a link to the Top-100 feeds page. BTW, I think it's really cool that when I take a screen shot that the coffee marks on my screen don't get copied.
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