Scripting News for 5/12/2006

News Hounds says that Karl Rove will be indicted. “Within the last week, Karl Rove told President Bush and Chief of Staff Joshua Bolten, as well as a few other high level administration officials, that he will be indicted in the CIA leak case and will immediately resign his White House job when the special counsel publicly announces the charges against him.” 

I just signed up for both days of Vloggercon

AOL Music Now is a RSS-based web service. Quick look, fairly puzzling. There is a site with docs. Here’s a sample feed.  

There’s more. My.AOL, an RSS reader which appears to be competitive with My.Yahoo. 

Josh Kopelman: “If we could get access to the usage logs of the top 10 Web 2.0 properties, I would bet that their 10,000 most active users would all be the same.” 

Doc Searls and Robert Scoble tell real-life stories in the blogosphere of love.  

Some say they’re having no problem with Gmail, but it’s down again, for me. Arrrgh. (It’s back up now.) 

Steve Garfield wonders where he is. He’s attending a conference in Second Life and on the HLS campus. 

Scott Rosenberg on MSM’s reluctance to give credit to journalists who work on the Internet. It’s not just journalism. NY Times columnist Tom Friedman said that podcasting was interesting because nobody invented it, “It was an application that just emerged from the network.” All the news that’s fit to print. 

Ed Cone on the LAPD blog. 

A particularly good Ze Frank today.  

John Furrier interviewed DNC chairman Howard Dean. 

Amyloo: Cutely warped brain cells


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