Daily Kos: How to apply for press credentials at DNC.
Somebody had a great idea to do Poster Sessions. Anyone want to help.
John Stafford: RSS and the Military.
Zawodny announces ten new entertainment feeds from Yahoo.
It's articles like this that make me glad I can still subscribe to Evhead.
Steve Gillmor: "Three years after Ray Ozzie resurfaced with Groove Networks Inc, he's back with a sweeping redesign."
Chris Sells reviews four California theme parks.
Dan Gillmor interviews Mark Cuban about weblogs. I have a much higher opinion of Cuban after reading his comments. I saw the 60 Minutes profile of him, but it was not as interesting. Much better to hear what a person thinks, in his own words, esp if he's interesting, as Cuban is.
Miami Herald: "If Harvard Law School hosts a conference on some topic, it must be reasonably acceptable and mainstream, right?"
NY Post: "By putting information one click away instead of dozens, supporters hope RSS is the cure for RSI."
De Digital Revolutie: "RSS ken je waarschijnlijk wel van websites zoals Kranten.com en Krantenkoppen.be die altijd de recente nieuwskoppen van andere sites op hun homepage hebben staan."
One year ago today I completed my cross-country drive.
Four years later, it's still fun to blow up the Kingdome.
A discussion group thread from this day in 1999 about the (then new) RSS tester web app. Interesting to see who was participating in the RSS community five years ago.
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