BloggerCon essay: "At any time the person being interviewed could press a button and the show would switch into Reality Mode."
The first BloggerCon II grid is up. "Experience has shown that people will take this the wrong way, as cast in concrete, and will make plans based on it, and will be very upset when it changes. It will change. It's for discussion purposes only."
I had two emails just bounce because somehow my IP address is listead at Spews.Org. Must have just happened. I'll deal with it in the morning.
Steven Levy: "Sergey Brin and Larry Page don't seem ruffled at all."
We all use Google, for sure, but we all used Netscape too. Google misses the same clues that Netscape did, and like Netscape makes enemies where they should be cultivating relationships. Google needs to transition into a leader, once Microsoft has made their move it will be too late.
Telegraph: "One hour into the six-and-a-half hour flight, and at 30,000ft above the Sahara Desert, Mrs Eduwa began to go into labour."
John's Jottings summarizes the discussion about Six Apart's TypeKey.
Shelley Powers calls it the Patriot Act of weblogging.
Idly.Org defends Six Apart from yours truly. Anyway, if TypeKey is anything new it's a breakthrough. I've been puzzling about this stuff for years. Some people say there's something brilliant here. If so, that's great, but until I understand how it works, I'm from Missouri.
Jay Allen: "With the TypeKey authentication services and other great features of MT 3.0, it looks like there will no longer be a need for MT-Blacklistís continued development."
MetaFilter thread on TypeKey.
The questions I asked yesterday are unanswered.
7/17/00: How to share a membership group.
Tommy Trussell: "For the next pair you buy, try the New Balance Factory Outlet at the former New Balance factory in Brighton."
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