JoongAng Daily: "The wrestling match between the media and the blog is as exciting as anything we could hope to see in the Olympics."
Harvard Business School has an RSS feed. That feels good.
News.Com: "Gates has spent hundreds of millions of dollars to have his best programmers build a free update to an operating system that many people still don't want."
PC World: Blogging Across America.
Last year on this day, Chris Lydon and I went on a road trip to New Hampshire to see John Edwards and Howard Dean campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. Betsy Devine and Jim Moore turned up at the Dean event.
Greenspun: "The worst book that I've read during this trip around Japan is William Gibson's Pattern Recognition."
I'm looking for Republican bloggers who will be at the RNC.
Changes to ConventionBloggers.Com in preparation for the RNC.
Why am I, a person who plans to vote Democratic, running an aggregator for Republicans? 1. The software is apolitical, it's equally useful for Republicans and Democrats. 2. The Republicans are the party of Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt. In other words, there's a lot to respect there, a tradition of intelligence, courage, fairness, vision. 3. We will have to work together after the election. Cross-party work is important to create a unified United States. It would be un-American if we all agreed on everything. But we have to agree on some things, or we aren't a country. The First Amendment is one of those things. Voltaire, who wasn't an American, said "I do not agree with what you have to say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it." We need more of that in the USA. The Convention Bloggers site is my humble contribution.
For the sake of simplicity I attribute the quote above to Voltaire, knowing that there is a controversy about this.
New York City has a special site for protestors coming to the RNC.
NY Times: "Among Google's 2300 employees there are now an estimated 1000 millionaires."
© Copyright 1997-2005 Dave Winer. The picture at the top of the page may change from time to time. Previous graphics are archived.