In tomorrow's NY Times: "I love podcasting because it turns us all into investigative journalists of our own lives."
"Investigative journalists of our own lives" was something I was saving for a special occasion, and I think Anne Eisenberg did a great job, and it was especially nice to have my parents included in the story because the podcast I did with them is one of our favorites. It's a family thing, and that's what makes the new medium so great, you can experience things here that you can't experience anywhere else. It turns us all, if we want it to, into media hackers.
Great pic of Mike Arrington.
Rohit shares his philosophy of mail lists. Great teeth!
Biz Stone explains what it's like working at Google.
Next Mac question. Can I configure iPhoto to write selected pictures to a folder? That's the key to my CMS. Or maybe there's a command that does it?
The "Long Tail" makes me want to barf. I'm not in anyone's tail. I'm a head, a heart, if I must choose an organ, kidneys or lungs. Anyone who calls bloggers a tail of anything has his head up his ass.
Anita Wilhelm in the spirit of TagCamp.
Rohit Khare is complaining that the picture I took of him in Amsterdam is not the number one hit for his name.
Denny's has excellent free wifi.
Next Mac question. Where do you get the codec needed to get the QuickTime player to play AVIs?
I'm going to be at TagCamp again this morning. Last night was fun, lots of old familiar faces. Funny that Computerware has been replaced with a Quiznos. I guess there's something symbolic about that, but I don't know what it is.
Kin Rowan takes a look at the OPML Validator Beta.
A bunch of comments on the validator, bugs reported.
Don't forget to turn your clocks back tomorrow morning.
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