So how do I deal with those links that won‘t die? In a word: bullet lists. Going across the country on a Segway. That probably won’t be a four-day trip. Evidence for the value of the Long Tail and personal publishing, from Dave Sifry of Technorati. He promises a look at corporate blogging tomorrow; can’t [...]
My workflow for blogging has changed with NetNewsWire. With 264 subscriptions, I can’t read everything in detail. I scan headlines, pick out the ones I want to pay attention to, and open them in browser tab windows in NetNewsWire. Then I’ll read the tabs that are open, and close the ones that I’m done thinking [...]
Just not on my desktop. Interesting that Google Desktop Search is Windows only considering the constitution of its back end—you’d think that Linux and Mac OS X users would be home free. Lots of coverage today: Metafilter; Battelle; Scripting News; Doc.
William Gibson’s blog, silent since the end of the author’s tour for Pattern Recognition, crackled back to life yesterday. The natural question, “Why?”, is the first word of the posting. I excerpt the rest of the post in its entirety here, because it’s short, sweet, and right on point: Because the United States currently has, [...]
Very long time readers of this site (and you two know who you are) will remember it used to live at another domain, on Userland’s free servers. When I switched over, even though all the content migrated, the Google index didn’t pick things up right away so I left everything in place, put a note [...]