In honor of the day,Wil has reprinted the “I have a Dream” speech on his weblog today. Nice work Wil! Now the rest of you, go there, and read it. Remember Dr. King’s dream. No tags for this post.
Pat LaFontaine’s sweet dream. While we’re all so busy bashing Microsoft, I noticed that they are the corporate partner along with ex-NHL player Pat LaFontaine in trying to equip children’s hospitals with high-tech play rooms. I may not agree with … Continued
br /> Interesting reading for today: David Coursey has it all wrong. SEPT. 11 WAS THE absolute conclusion of the roaring ’90s. But it also provided immediate and dramatic examples of what really matters. As we leave an era of … Continued
You’ve got Mail, more and more and mostly, it’s junk. From the NY Times (registration required). Some interesting quotes: “If you’re saying `unsolicited’ is the problem, I would ask you to think about my favorite example: Here’s a one-dollar coupon … Continued
Interesting reading while I’m home sick. Just can’t seem to shake this cold. (Besides I got extra sick days, I hate to carry them over. *L*) Dave Winer’s Scripting News Awards Nominees Today’s Lockergnome , check out the SoapBox article, … Continued
Interesting reading for the weekend: Madhu on why web advertising isn’t working and how website owners could change that. (Via JD Lasica ) Dan Gillmor on a sneaky little thing AOL 7.0 is doing to your internet settings. Joel on … Continued
Interesting reading for the day: Doc Searls explains why Yahoo and it’s advertisers have it all wrong. Steven found his answer on using Trillian both with a proxy and without at the same time. David Weinberger on The Generosity of … Continued