Biz Stone: The Great Blogger Relaunch.
Phil Ringnalda: "Wow. Blogger just got a serious, serious makeover."
NY Times: Alan King, exemplar of Jewish comedy, Dies at 76.
CSM: "If kid's diary is online, should mom peek?"
Reuters: "Former First Lady Nancy Reagan made an impassioned call for taking controversial stem cell research out of the political arena, saying it could help cure illnesses like Alzheimer's which so sorely afflicts her husband."
Mitch Kapor: "They picked the wrong person to do this to."
Glenn Fleishman: "This post will be a top match for Soviet Union in a few days."
This is Doc Searls' first Mother's Day without a mother. I was wondering if someone could write about that. Luckily I have a mother. Called her today to wish her a happy day. We talked about what we're going to do to get rid of the Republicans come November.
Mike Rodriquez: "This is a different holiday now that both our moms are gone."
Seth Dillingham: "Think about those mothers who have lost their children since the last Mother's Day."
One of the things that came out of our meeting with Adam this month in Amsterdam is a brain-dead simple geekish aggregator that only does enclosures, and works without much of a user interface. Marcus Mauller is already working on the code, and I hope Andrew Grumet will get into the loop on it. The idea is to get a basic bootstrap going to figure out how the ideal enclosure aggregator should work. This is the seed that starts up the Personal TV Networks tree.
Five years ago today: "RSS is an XML-based format that represents what we in the Frontier community call a 'weblog.'"
Chris Heilman: "Rumsfeld is even less elected than is his boss."
Jessica Baumgart: "While I was reflecting on my life for the last year as I've been blogging, I realized I've met a lot of really cool people through the activity and a related support group for bloggers."
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