NY Times: “A total of 26.9 inches fell in Central Park, the most since record-keeping began in 1869.”
LM Orchard: “The mental weight I’ve placed upon blogging via a web form or even via ecto (which is quite a fine program) is such that so many thoughts just evaporate before I bother formally composing them and posting them.”
Snow pictures from NYC taken by my dad.
Rafat Ali, in NY, catches a NYer falling in the snow!
Matt Terenzio has a snow movie from Stamford, CT.
Jim Moore has a snow movie from the Boston area.
Jay Bryant’s snow pictures from Grovers Mill, NJ.
I love the way the Meet the Press podcast is available on their website every Sunday just as the church services are coming on Boston’s WBUR, which I listen to over the Internet in the mornings, almost every day (the reception is much better than the local NPR station, KQED, which doesn’t have a webcast as far as I know). So when they start talking about Christ and all that, I tune into my religion, which is the politics in DC.
Gmail is horribly slow again. Just waited 30 seconds for my mailbox main page to refresh. Hard to believe they’re actually trying to find more users while the performance is so bad.
Steven Cohen, a librarian, is building an outline of Web 2.0 Company weblogs, in OPML of course, using the OPML Editor. He’s become a contributor on the OPML-Newbies mail list, which he has found to be a satisfactory experience.