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Blogging as 'intellectual hydroplaning'?

Blogging as 'intellectual hydroplaning'?

Nick Carr responded to my post about "Why blogging matters," characterizing blogging as mostly superficial and impressionistic, and suggesting that the blogoshere is a "fantasy community crowded with isolated egos pretending to connect." Here's a piece from Nick's post:The blogosphere's a seductive place - it's easy to get caught up in it - and there's lots of interesting thoughts and opinions bouncing around amid the general clatter.

November 22, 2005 by

ECMA move is standard fare from Microsoft

ECMA move is standard fare from Microsoft

In taking the Office 12 file format to ECMA so it can be called a standard, Microsoft will be hoping to derail the OpenDocument bandwagon; it's just standard manoeuvring that we have seen before

November 22, 2005 by

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