Daily Archives: Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Tomorrow is the First Anniversary of the Era of Podcasting

Tomorrow is the First Anniversary of the Era of Podcasting: Podcasting did not actually start one year ago tomorrow*. However, on September 28, 2004, Doc Searls presented an overview of podcasting on his IT Garage weblog in which he included … Continue reading

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The life of a professional blogger

The life of a professional blogger: If you were a fulltime, professional blogger like Brittney, you could go hang out at Centennial Park looking for someone with a laptop who has discovered the city’s most amazing free hotspot. And then … Continue reading

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What Matt McAlister said

What Matt McAlister said: “It’s no surprise then that people jumped to RSS to control information flow. We are telling the creators of information that we want filters, we want flow control, and we want those controls in our own … Continue reading

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Dixie Chicks respond

Dixie Chicks respond: All the proceeds from the sale of I Hope (iTunes link), which is only available via download, will be donated to Habitat For Humanity and the American Federation of Musicians Gulf Coast Relief Fund. Also available at: … Continue reading

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The former quarterback controversy update

The former quarterback controversy update: Larry Woody, writing this morning in the Tennessean, has an understatement-for-the-ages from head coach Phil Fulmer about Rick Clausen’s performance in last night’s game: “I may have underestimated him a lot. Obviously.” For those of … Continue reading

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