Feature/comparison chart for Odeo. "Now that we have an idea of what Odeo is, we can take a guess as to what the equivalent community tools are, and the open formats and protocols that are relevant."
Tornado watch on the beach. It's even freakier than it looks.
According to Scott Young, a new version of Manila is in the works.
Reuters: "'People are watching all over the world to determine whether a city of 135 square miles can become one big hot spot,' Philadelphia Mayor John Street told reporters."
World Wind: "Zoom from satellite altitude into any place on Earth."
The Encyclopedia Britannica supports RSS.
Another comic strip from the MS Mobile Phone Fan, including yours truly, wondering why Yahoo doesn't listen to me. It also features Jeremy Zawodny. And for what it's worth, I don't think Yahoo is evil, they're just a BigCo, hell-bent on world domination, or at least this part of it.
David Berlind: What's a podcaster to do when his iPod breaks?
I bought a cheap MP3 player at Target to hold me over. $50.
CBS: Microsoft claims 4.5 million bloggers.
Kosso has a link to an OPML file of all the BBC feeds.
Last night's West Wing, the season finale, was excellent, confirming my belief that they have two crews that alternate, one awful, and the other fantastic. I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't yet watched it, but it's great, full of emotion and surprise. Maybe in the end not so much surprise, but still...
MTV announces an Internet "channel." Now just link the new programs into an RSS 2.0 feed with enclosures and they're making history.
Wired: "Lately, it seems like almost every time you tune into your favorite Blogger-hosted blog to catch up on the latest gossip, meme, political diatribe or cybersnark, you find that the site is frozen in time. Or, there are multiple posts with identical content."
Om Malik: Paris Hilton Now Podcasting.
I started a site for discussion of new stuff in the podcasting community, and it's off to a great start. Thanks for all the good energy everybody!
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