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Dave Winer has turned off comments on his blog, and I have just started reading him again after a hiatus of a couple of years. I do not think that these things are unconnected. These days, I don’t get that … Continue reading
Warner Crocker on the demise of JKOnTheRun: jkOnTheRun was one of the first mobile tech blogs I followed and JK was one of the guys who I always turned to hear or read his opinion. I still do. Whether it … Continue reading
The first comment on Ed Sutherland’s report on Android spyware: Anonymous commenter? Check. Strident swearing? Check. Pointless statement that adds nothing to the debate? Check Information-free? Check This guy has it all.
def dayCoder(self):: Blog Comments: “The first post on this blog linking to an external source linked to Daring Fireball. That’s no coincidence. Had there been comments, I’d have left one alongside dozens of others that would be ignored and forgotten. … Continue reading
Dave Winer’s been experimenting with a feature he calls “Sub-text”, which lets you get more depth from a story while still being able to skim-read it. The idea is simple: You can embed a piece of sub-text underneath a paragraph, … Continue reading
You’ve probably noticed already, but I’ve moved from Typepad to a self-install of WordPress. Expect things to go up and down over the next few days, as I get used to it!
TypePad has gained a new editor, and it's a massive improvement over the old one. Gone are the old separate fields for extended entries, in favour of a LiveJournal-style "cut" icon which splits your post at any point you desire. It's much … Continue reading
Link: Tomorrow Museum » Archive » William Gibson Completely Deleted from BoingBoing Archives. "This is sexism. It’s also bad journalism. And it goes against the free interactive spirit of blogging" As far as I can see, Joanne made absolutely no … Continue reading