Newsday: 1971 Photo of Kerry Doctored. "Light did not photograph Jane Fonda on that warm June Sunday in 1971. The actress, who is reviled by many Vietnam veterans for her vocal stance against the war, did not even attend."
Tonight's presidential debate is at 6:30PM Eastern on MSNBC.
AP: "Howard Dean is preparing to abandon his race for the Democratic presidential nomination if he loses Wisconsin's primary, several advisers said Sunday, despite the candidate's assertions to the contrary."
Ferdig, Trammell: Content Delivery in the Blogosphere.
Alexander Svensson writes: "The German Constitutional Court now syndicates its decisions and press releases using RSS 2.0."
On Friday we noted that the Danish government is also standardizing on RSS. It seems that Mr Safe has made his decision.
Jeff Beard: "Is Google crazy, or crazy like a fox?"
Mark Bernstein roundup on Atom. He asks why no one has developed a translator from Atom to RSS. There are a couple of reasons. First, Atom is a moving target. Anyone who gets on board now is committing to the twists and turns that are certainly coming. Second, it would really only work if it were deployed as a dynamic service and that's a long-term commitment with no joy. It seems Google, the big company here with the deep pockets, should do this. And if they contemplated it, it would lead them to the correct answer -- support RSS and end this miserable discussion. How unfair that they won't comment publicly on it, leaving us guessing as to their motive, what they're doing and where they're going.
Phillip Pearson has a feed normalizer that converts Atom to RSS.
Derek Scruggs: "There is no reason for Google to not support RSS."
Tracy Adams: "Why exactly is Google investing in Atom?"
Tracy Adams: "After 30 comments to my last post, no one even commented on why Google is interested in Atom."
Phil Ringnalda: FUD 101.
Dowbrigade: Big Tent Movement.
Clay Shirky: "Trippi comes this close to blaming the voters."
Question: What is being done to archive the Dean web presence?
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