Remember Walter Mears, the retired AP reporter who came out of retirement to blog the Democratic National Convention? Well, we found his blog. And he was interviewed on WNYC this afternoon about what it's like to blog. I'm listening now, it was coming on just as I was getting out of range of NY radio.
Today I begin my drive south and west. It's not looking good for a Florida visit, where they're still digging out after the hurricane. My first stop is in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Should be there tonight. I'm trying to plan ahead by one or two days so I can get Internet connections at each stop, and enough time to catch up on email and news. It's a weird time to be working on a conference, but weird is good. I'll probably be in Seattle for Labor Day and the Bumbershoot festival. After that I don't know, I'll probably hang out on the west coast through the conference on Nov 6.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has an RSS feed.
Boston University has an RSS feed too.
With all the negative press Google is getting, you gotta wonder if having a solid developer program might have helped their IPO just a little. If so, it's a shame, because it wouldn't have cost a dime, developers were and probably still are anxious to take a ride on the Google Wave.
Two years ago today: "For those who are new to Scripting News, Morning Coffee Notes are notes I take, in the morning, while drinking coffee."
BBC: "Google lowered the price range of its planned share sale to $85-$95, as it awaits approval from regulators."
Dowbrigade reviews the Olympic sport of synchronized diving.
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