AP: Dean Delivers Top 10 List on Letterman.
Ways, I, Howard Dean, can turn things around.
Henry Jenkins: "At SaveDisney, Roy Disney describes what he sees as the fatal flaws in Michael Eisnerís leadership of the company."
Napster CEO and Silicon Valley VC Hank Barry is our special guest tonight at Berkman Center. 7PM. Will be webcast. Notes from tonight's meeting.
The Nation: "Was a decision to censor MoveOn's SuperBowl ad guided by the network's lobbying agenda?"
Taegan Goddard: Understanding Tracking Polls.
Tonight's Presidential debate is at 8PM Eastern. Fox News Channel and ABC will carry parts of the debate. WMUR in Manchester will televise it in its entirety. At 9PM Eastern, Howard and Judith Dean will be interviewed by Diane Sawyer on ABC's Primetime. Dean will also appear on Late Night with David Letterman on CBS.
Dean supporters have a point when they say that the press is treating the candidate unfairly. I watched CNN this afternoon, hoping to see some new coverage of the NH race, they played the concession speech over and over, with little snippets of Dean hugging women and then holding up some kind of doll. I wanted to hear what he had to say. They didn't want me to hear it. Second problem. There's some kind of scandal brewing in Washington. But where's the coverage? It was buried as a minor item on CNN's report. Same with NPR. Again, the concession speech is repeated over and over. New stuff, like the Mars program in trouble, gets virtually no coverage.
iTunes Music Store RSS Generator.
Google bombing on the front page of the NY Times.
Dylan Greene: 10 reasons why RSS is not ready for prime time.
Political Wire: Has Mr Positive Turned Nasty?
Andrew Grumet: Most Unique Subscribers.
Steven Den Beste: "That's Macintosh Heaven."
Furl is a "browsing tool that lets you save and organize thousands of useful web pages in a personal 'web page filing cabinet.'"
New Baltimore Sun feeds.
NY Times: "Some people make no attempt to save a page, counting on being able to find it again with a search engine."
Zawodny: "It seems to me that both PubSub and Feedster provide feeds of searches run against many RSS feeds."
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