Monthly Archives: July 2002
Howard Kurtz, media critic for the Washington Post writes about how Weblogs are influencing big media organizations "It's called influencing the debate, in real time."
Heh … This actually sounds like a good idea … SpamBattle.com : Using cost-per-click search engines to make spammers pay!
From NY Times Magazine, William Safire traces the etymology of Blog.
Is your Blog HOT or NOT ?
OMG, I actually agree with Cam … a quote from a quote on Blogroots : "Where I work, much of the company-wide memorandums and communication is done via e-mail, with some e-mails containing numerous attachments that sometimes weigh in at … Continue reading
You all are probably aware of this and excuse me if someone mentioned this before, but I found a new and interesting article on XML.com by Matthew Langham and Carsten Ziegeler, which describe the portal components they built and donated to the … Continue reading
Quotes from an InformationWeek article on Blogging's business value [Thanks John]: "weblogging will be a grassroots movement in business in the same way that, say, instant messaging has been." "… there's built-in motivation for people to participate in blogging: They get credit … Continue reading
Quote from an article in the SF Gate: "… the blogging world hope that blogging's personal, collective, man-or-woman-on-the-street approach to newsgathering might breathe new life into stale mainstream media. Clearly, the hundreds of thousands creating their own blogs, as well … Continue reading
I found this while paging through the new releases on SourceForge: "You would like to have your own erotic-porno-sex web site but you don't want to spend time on it? This project will create it for you, it will browse … Continue reading
On the second day in the mountains, Armstrong takes another win at Stage 12, with his amazing Postal teammate Roberto Heras taking second after setting the pace on the climb to the finish for Lance. Kudos to Joseba Beloki for … Continue reading
"Happy, happy, joy, joy! The Ren and Stimpy Show is coming back to TV!"
Why am I not surprised that soon after Operation TIPS [aka Terrorism Information and Prevention System], was announced, Operation RATS [aka Retrograde Activities and Treachery System], was announced [funny :]
Quote from a review of Traction in InfoWorld "THERE IS STILL NO sure-fire recipe for KM (knowledge management) success, but the ingredients must include the staples of the knowledge worker: e-mail, the Web, and Microsoft Office. With Traction Software's KM solution, … Continue reading
"PeerCast uses the Gnutella protocol as the basis for all communications, and complies (mostly) to the Gnutella 0.6 protocol. It works in much the same way as other Gnutella clients except instead of downloading files, the users download streams. These … Continue reading
Interesting article : "Every time we make a few songs available on my website, sales of all the CDs go up. A lot…"