News.Com: Google mulls RSS support. Cool.
I agree with most of what's in today's News.Com article about Google and RSS, but there are several things I take issue with.
Political Wire: Poll Shows Kerry With Solid Lead Nationwide.
ModTorrent is a "drop in solution for Apache servers when deploying the BitTorrent file swarming technology."
Steve Hooker: "Fear, uncertainty, doubt!"
NY Times: "TiVo, the maker of a popular digital video recorder, plans to announce a new set of Internet-based services today that will further blur the line between programming delivered over traditional cable and satellite channels and content from the Internet."
Jim Moore is organizing a rally for Sudan in Cambridge tonight.
Today's forecast -- high of 95. Tomorrow's high 65. How do they know this stuff? Hope they're right! Postscript: At 1:30PM it's 95, only one thing to do.
Roger Ebert: "Tarantino has made a masterful saga that celebrates the martial arts genre while kidding it, loving it, and transcending it."
11/02/95: "Our new cave needs curtains and party favors."
Next Monday, June 14, is the two-year anniversary of my surviving heart disease and quitting smoking.
Wikipedia: "The Soup Nazi... required customers to his soup restaurant to follow his meticulous, seemingly arbitrary soup-ordering instructions to the letter, lest they be refused service by his insistent avowal, 'No soup for you!'"
BBC: "Poorer people regard smoking as one of the few pleasures they have access to, Health Secretary John Reid has said."
Last year on this day: "Don't mistake comfort for truth."
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