Here's a feature I'd love. A grid of public radio station schedules with links to their streams. That way I could choose a station based on the programming that's on right now. I'd even be willing to allocate my subscription fee based on my "attention data." What do you think of that idea, Steve Gillmor?
Congrats to TechCrunch for making it into the Technorati 100 for the first time. Scripting News is back in the top 100 (it started at the top of the list when it started), at number 98. As TechCrunch rises through the ranks, as it's certain to do, maybe they'll change the name of the list to the TechCrunchOrati list?
Rex Hammock's snowy Massachusetts pics.
Elmer Masters traces the roots of "weblog."
Om Malik: "300,000 is the number of del.icio.us users. When Flickr sold out, it had about 250,000 users."
Adam Green: "At least Joshua Schachter will now be able to buy enough servers to handle the load."
Scoble: RSS drives Reuters lobby's screen.
A discussion about the origin of the term "weblog" is under the recent picture of Jorn Barger.
I was curious to find the first occurrence of the term weblog on Scripting News, so, of course, I wrote a script.
Speaking of pictures, I had someone say I look like Zero Mostel the other day. I stood back, in shock. Then I looked up some pictures to remind myself what he looked like, and except for the comb-over, okay, it's not as bad as I thought. But I'd still rather think I look like Jon Corzine.
RSS Labs: "Welcome to OPML Workstation. This is a preliminary version of our PowerPoint to OPML site."
Amtrak route map for the United States.
Infoplease: Top 10 common last names in the US.
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