AP: "RSS has been called the TiVo of the Web, the first 'killer app' of the anticipated automation of social and commercial transactions online using the Web's second-generation XML standard."
Fredrik Lundh spies on the Swedish Donald Duck. "I read twenty newspapers on the Internet and subscribe to dozens of RSS-channels," says the famous duck.
Phil Ringnalda on the synergy betw Google and Blogger.
Michael Watkins: Death Knell for the Delicate Experiment at HBS.
Crimson: "A junior faculty member at Harvard Business School is using his popular weblog to sound a warning that the school’s prestige is in jeopardy, but HBS faculty and staff vigorously dispute his claim."
Watkins comments on the Crimson article.
Oceana today announced "that Yahoo, one of the Internet’s leading search engines, has accepted two of its paid advertisements, one describing Oceana’s mission of saving the oceans and linking to its Web site, the other focusing on Oceana’s campaign to stop cruise pollution. The same ads created a major media stir last week when they were rejected by Google."
Boston Globe: "Is a movement about its leader or the person who put it together? That question is fueling a behind-the-scenes struggle between Howard Dean and his former campaign manager, Joe Trippi."
AP: "Hollywood is dog-eat-dog," said West Wing co-executive producer Llewellyn Wells. "And Washington is the complete reverse."
Rod Kratochwill is going to figure out what No Child Left Behind is about.
BBC: "The creators of internet search engine Google have joined the Forbes magazine list of world billionaires."
Planet PDF has an RSS feed.
Randy Charles Morin: "Dave Winer has passion."
We had a fantastic Thursday meeting last night. Some new contributors and a fresh topic. Lots of humor and good ideas. Thanks everyone, looking forward to next week.
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