Awesome: Reuters RSS Feeds. Bing!
Cam: Anthrax Scare Messes Up Cam's Day.
With the stock and bond markets tubing and with Greenspan warning about the havoc Bush's deficits are having on the economy, it's a wonder Republicans would vote for him. He's President of Iraq. Forget about one-way air fare to Crawford, send the bum to Baghdad.
In the midst of all the bad economic and war news comes notice of an invitation-only tech conference in October. $2390 for three days. Ay carumba. Must be for venture capitalists. Geez Louise.
Salon: "One caller likened the stacking up of naked Iraqi prisoners to a college fraternity prank -- Limbaugh was eager to go along, calling the behavior nothing more than 'a good time' and healthy 'emotional release.'"
NY Times: "The head of the Federal Reserve voiced a note of concern today about the effects of America's soaring national budget deficit on the country's long-term economic stability."
Andrew: "I'm updating myWeblogOutliner today, adding metaWeblog API based category support."
Raffi Krikorian hacked his Google ads so that they appear in his RSS feed. Unfortunately Google doesn't like this practice.
TPM is covering the Iraq prisoner abuse scandal.
NY Times: "Probably no more than 500,000 people are using IRC worldwide at any time, and many of them are engaged in legitimate activities, network administrators say."
We're transferring several domains to my Scripting servers in Mass, and in doing so, need to find a registration service that may or may not exist.
Q+A: What MIME type to use for RSS files?
BBC: "Wireless net access is quickly becoming the rule, not exception, in the Estonian capital."
Two years ago: "If I ever said that the amateurs would certainly wipe out the professionals, let me now retract that statement."
Six years ago: "That had nothing to do with Bill Gates."
A little over a year ago Diego Doval did an excellent survey of blogging APIs. Although there's been a lot of flames under the bridge since, nothing really has changed in the last year.
NY Times: "The City University of New York is preparing to open a graduate school of journalism in the summer of 2005 with an emphasis on urban affairs."
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