BugMeNot, the solution to having to constantly tell newspapers that you are a 91 year old woman from Afghanistan, got shoved off its host. Thousands will be unable to read poorly-researched articles for a few days while it moves to offshore hosting.
Archive for August, 2004
Absolutely wonderful live music on the intarwebnet, from a barn in front of a shack: is this a wonderful world, or what?
A (not so) quick review of Microsoft’s new blog tool, MSN Spaces, including an answer to the question you’ve been dying to ask: will their RSS be funky?
I read the news today, oh boy. If they are always wrong when I know about the subject, why should I ever pay attention to what they say about any other subject?
Microsoft enters the “Web log service” market, in Japan.
Now Firefox has an extension to display Google’s Toolbar PageRank, so Windows Update is absolutely the last thing left that I use Internet Explorer for.
Blake Ross and Asa Dotzler are looking for a few (thousand) websites that have spoken well of Firefox, to remind them how nice it would be to have a Firefox button on their site.