I don’t know what Google will do with weblogs in their search results, but I know one thing they could do: treat everything that pings something that produces a changes.xml file as a weblog, index it and follow its links immediately, but only put the page itself in a separate weblog search.
Archive for May, 2003
Maybe the solution to getting troll comments and low-quality TrackBacks out of sight without completely silencing them is just to adopt Slashdot’s moderation scheme.
Perhaps, just perhaps, the emperor isn’t quite as fully clothed as we might wish.
FOAF adds a weblog property (as if homepage wasn’t the same). MTTrickle automatically publishes future-dated posts. Simple (?) CSS tabs. One way TrackBack. Safe href plugin to escape those ampersands in pasted in URLs. And an empty set of browser tabs for me at the end of another link dump.
Jacques Distler uses XHTML better than anyone I’ve seen, or am likely to see.
At last, great news, the Corante weblogs have RSS feeds.
Generous people doing and explaining things. That’s all.