From Esther Dyson's Flickr blog:It's interesting how everything fits together. Mehmet is implementing for both Web pages and RSS feeds a community to use the kind ofattention metadata that Steve Gillmor is writing about in the issue(December) of Release 1.
Steve Gillmor's InfoRouter
Doc Searls defines his position on blograking aka making money with, as opposed to because of blogs. I've been blogging for food for months now, and boy am I hungry.
I love David Berlind. He took my not-so-transparent pitch about a Ray Ozzie comment on the Gillmor Gang yesterday and ran with it for the usual end-to-endzone touchdown.
Glenn Fleishman joins the podosphere:Ive added a link as well to download Podcast receivers so that you canlisten to the audio interviews were going to start producing for thesite, starting with our first, yesterday.I haven't listened yet, but Glenn's WiFi site was a major validation point in the emergence of the blogosphere.
It was twenty years ago today...In which Mike Vizard complains that IBM's drop-kick of its PC business makes him feel old.
The Gillmor Gang is set to record a special edition celebrating the 20th anniversary of Iris Associates, the company that Ray Ozzie started with Mitch Kapor's support, and the 15th anniversary of the debut of Lotus Notes 1.0.
Perhaps it was the tryptophan in all the turkey kicking in. Or maybe the 4-day weekend.
I've been doing some catching up in the blogosphere, which means catching up on Robert Scoble's link blog and trying to unwind myself from NetNewsWire's 163,000 unread items. It's completely unfair to subject beta software to that level of abuse, but since all software is beta these days, so be it.
On today's DailySourceCode, Adam Curry says he'd pay for the Gillmor Gang if we all were only wearing underwear. Cool--guess I'll just have to put some underwear on from now on.
Microsoft's first blogger(no, it ain't Scoble) weighs in on the emergent Podosphere:Many of the nabobs were so convinced of their own stories about RSS isbroken, that it never occured to them that something like podcastingcould be successful. They were so busy trying to reinvent RSS thatthey ignored an idea that Dave has been giving away for free foryears.