An important update for OPML Editor users.
William Safire on blogger jargon.
In a few short weeks Guy Kawasaki has turned from a blog skeptic to a blog evangelist. He’s what I call a Natural Born Blogger. He knew how to blog before he knew he knew. :-)
A behind the scenes look at Tony Kahn doing a podcast at WGBH-Boston. They call Tony one of the “twelve pioneers of podcasting,” which is certainly true. Tony was the first NPR podcaster, and NPR has turned out to be a fantastic supporter of the medium.
Pictures from last night’s TechCrunch party.
Steve Gillmor has developed a new kind of spray.
Rafe Needleman: “This could work out nicely.”
Seven years ago, my news editing control panel which was the beginning of browser-based weblog editing (before they were called weblogs, of course). This led to, later that year, Edit This Page, and later yet, Blogger and Manila.
Essay: Blogging is a part of life.
ZDNet: “Apple Computer appears to have invoked the DMCA to stop the dissemination of methods allowing Mac OS X to run on chips from Intel and Advanced Micro Devices.”
Jeff Jarvis: “Blogs have already become prisoners of their format.”
0xDECAFBAD: “Reviving AIM and Jabber services in the OPML Editor would sure be swell.” Agree.
Friday night’s party was great, huge, exhausting. Saw a huge number of old familiar faces, and met a bunch of new people. Lots of cameras, podcasters, and babes! Saw some creative clothing, and snarky snarks. Lots of sights to see. Had to leave early cause I was getting crushed in the crush. If I missed you so sorry, and Mike thanks. The tent was great too. Highlight of the evening — 3 generations of Scobles.
Bonus photo: Proof that Scoble has absolutely no pride. :-)