Reminder: CyberSalon, tomorrow, in Berkeley.
Chris Pirillo: “Just as a Web browser interprets HTML, there will be a new range of products — both Web-based and on your desktop — that will support and parse this strange new OPML thingy for you.”
0xDECAFBAD: “Why don’t we have a Xanadu web run on Lisp serving up perfect, crystalline RDF?”
Dowbrigade reports on a new Internet scam that involves cashing counterfeit checks.
David Gewirtz: “Spam is certainly a problem, and email whitelists are certainly appealing. But while you might be perfectly happy telling your email client that your mom’s on your whitelist, you’re likely to be far less happy about having your ISP decide that Verizon or Caesar’s Palace is trustworthy, but, because she didn’t pay protection money, your mom isn’t.”
Movie: Train pulling into BART station.
Three years ago: “I’ve arrived in Cambridge. Rarin to go!”
The Web Innovators Group of Boston will meet on Monday at the Hotel at MIT.
Tom Morris: “I’m surprised that nobody has done anything Web 2.0-ish with the humble discussion forum.”
Ben Barren may win the award for best list of possible (funny) TechCrunch awards.
I am an animated inventor.