Andrew Grumet's Find That Feed has a new user interface. He's reading all the feeds in all the subscription lists.
Big snow a comin down the road.
Reuters: "A federal judge in Los Angeles has struck down as too vague part of the Patriot Act."
AP: "US District Judge Audrey Collins said the ban on providing expert advice or assistance is impermissibly vague, in violation of the First and Fifth Amendments.'"
O'Reilly is doing a Digital Democracy Teach-in in San Diego on Feb 9.
Reuters: "Kerry led Dean 31 percent to 28 percent in the new poll."
Last night's DaveNet, the first in a long time, is getting rave reviews.
Dwight Shih's standalone comment and trackback server for Radio.
Billmon, an anonymous blogger, blogs the blogging session at Davos.
It's great that Mike Walsh is updating his blog again. Every day a bunch of interesting things to think about. Maybe I'll apply for that Vermont job. I'm doing okay with the cold. Do they have a good health plan? Vermont is beautiful and public radio a good place to be.
Monday schedules: Dean, Edwards, Kerry, Clark, Lieberman.
A possible Beantowner tour of the candidates. Edwards at Noon in Portsmouth, South Church, 292 State Street. Dean at 2:30 in Durham, 83 Main St (Granite State Room, Memorial Union, Univ of NH). Kerry at 5:30 in Derry Pinkerton Academy on 5 Pinkerton St in Derry, NH.
Jessica Baumgart reports from Edwards and Clark in NH yesterday.
Scoble: "Howard Dean and Joe Trippi weren't running a weblog, they were using the weblog as a new form of PR." Actually it's probably unfair to blame Trippi or Dean, they acted more web-like in Dean's public statements on TV than their weblog did. Scoble's post highlights how unusual and ahead-of-the-curve Microsoft is for supporting a blogger like Scoble, than it is a condemnation of DFA. It's just too early to expect a presidential candidate to run a real weblog. But of all the candidates, if Dean survives, at some point the principles that Scoble outlines will probably be implemented there.
I tried tuning into Chris Lydon's radio show last night, but it wasn't on the local radio station they said it would be on. Tried the webcast but it kept going in and out. I hope they post an MP3 so we can all have a listen. Apparently there was a good back and forth between Atrios and Andrew Sullivan.
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