Google: “News archive search provides an easy way to search and explore historical archives.” I spent a bit of time ego–searching, it’s very interesting, too bad a lot of the good stuff is behind paywalls, esp the NY Times and MacWEEK. Time Mag has an open archive.
NY Times: Silicon Valley to Receive Free Wi-Fi. “The project will cover 1,500 square miles in 38 cities in San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda and Santa Cruz Counties, an area of 2.4 million residents.”
Little-known fact: Scripting News is the top hit when you do an image search for Katherine Harris.
In preparation for PodCamp, which starts on Friday (with a party at Berkman Center), they’re getting together an archive of the first podcasts. I’m honored that the very first one is an interview Chris Lydon and I did at Berkman, on July 8, 2003. It’s actually a pretty good one! :-)
Rocketboom asks where were you on Sept 11?
WTC from the ESB webcam, 9/11/01.
Raw Socket: “Standing in Shibuya Crossing, Howard Rheingold saw people looking at their phones instead of talking into them, and that blew his mind. That’s the Shibuya epiphany.”
From Gayle Cline: “We are creating a memorial garden spot on the ranch, so if anyone wants to contribute potted plants, or memorabilia, they should have them sent here.”
Tim Bray: “Craig was a good man.”
Meryl Evans: “The term came to life when Dale Dougherty of O’Reilly Media brainstormed with MediaLive’s Craig Cline.”