Finally a different podcasting piece, one with some IQ points behind it, from the Boston Globe. They didn't write me out of the story and the quotes are accurate. Only major quibble is that podcasting isn't all about making money, as the Web wasn't in 1994, but on the whole it was a refreshing piece, not the usual cookie-cutter article, or Silicon Valley-centric. Thanks!
A short podcast, introduces the new Morning Coffee Notes feed. As a bonus there's a bit of new stuff about Google's toolbar, and, don't miss this -- I bark like a dog. We're moving in more ways than one! Yehi.
I'm going to be on NHPR tomorrow at 9AM Eastern, on a call-in show about blogging. The other guest is Dan Gillmor.
2WW: "Cory Doctorow provides several examples of content modification that Google allows. However this isn't responsive to the question I raised on Scripting News yesterday."
Rex Hammock: "I don't know which is more ironic. A Google employee using a Microsoft's employee's weblog to make the point about Autolink...or the Google employee's point."
Plenty of Cowbell, a long-time Boing Boing reader, is "desperate to prove that this is a big deal and that bloggers such as Cory..."
Zeldman: Protect your site from Google's new toolbar.
Mitch Kapor: "I met Jef in 1980 while I was working at Personal Software. His girlfriend at the time was a coworker of mine."
Time: "Mayer says Google is unlikely to remove AutoLink but the ultimate decision will be based on public feedback over the next few months."
Steve Rubel: "This is a pivotal discussion that bloggers, journalists, PR professionals and marketers need to jump into. Do you really want Google, Microsoft, George W. Bush, God or anyone adding links to your content?"
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