Conservative Blogs are More Effective - New York Times: But what really makes conservatives effective is their pre-existing media infrastructure, composed of local and national talk-radio hosts like Rush Limbaugh, the Fox News Channel and sensationalist say-anything outlets like the Drudge Report - all of which are quick to pass on the latest tidbit from the blogosphere.
Mitch Ratcliffe blogs about the constantly changing boundary between media and life, the businesses that live on that border, and the meaning of all this change to society and the economy.
del.icio.us: y.ah.oo!: Joshua Schachter reveals the news.... We're proud to announce that del.icio.us has joined the Yahoo! family.
Microsoft to show search engine users the money: Microsoft Corp. will share a part of its advertising revenues from its search engine with users, the company's chairman Bill Gates said in a panel discussion on an Indian television channel.
Ogre to Slay? Outsource It to Chinese - New York Times: One of China's newest factories operates here in the basement of an old warehouse.
All Your WEB 2.0 Are Suck!321#$$! Nick C says: "...
Joi Ito's Web: Podcast style issue: Thomas Crampton, writing at Joi's blog, asks.... Been testing out how to most interestingly Podcast a written article.
Freedom of Anonymous Speech: Ross Mayfield writes of the Wikipedia debate.... Beyond this attempt to weaken anonymity on the Net, Wikipedia's open nature is also under attack.
My Take on Google’s Ten Rules: So we have 10 interesting rules here, but are these the best 10 rules, or is Google the only company with 10 rules? Jeff Barr has an excellent deconstruction of the Businessweek article about Google's Ten Rules for success.
WSJ.com - Portals: The difference between the old media elite and the new blogging elite is that the latter gets redefined much more frequently.
Publishers to Google: back off | News.blog | CNET News.