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|August 30, 2000|
|oneworld.net channels -> mediachannel.org -> worldpaper.com:
Answering to the Internet
"Users of the Internet to date have largely been setting its standards and routines. Many cherish this freedom. For others, the Net's laissez-faire nature is growing troublesome. WorldPaper writers take measure of the most controversial Internet issues today: online privacy and corporate vulnerability to Internet attack."
You Are Your Web Presence
The Eroded Self
Anonymous Freemail Spurs
The easy way to find
|August 29, 2000|
|Internet calling has the
"Unlike the telephone, which requires a dedicated phone line for just one conversation, voice-over-Internet technology chops sound into digital packets and slings them across the Internet in such a way that many calls can occur at the same time over the same line, easing pressure on networks and reducing costs. "
|August 27, 2000|
|August 24, 2000|
|codes and other stuff via andover.net
|August 21, 2000|
blueprint of the body: CNN in-depth special
nobel dude Kary Mullis revolutionized genetic research but thumbs his nose at the scientific establishment. It thumbs its nose right back
|August 19, 2000|
|Nose for news, an interview with Nick
Denton, the chief executive of moreover.com by
guardianunlimited's netnews on August 10, 2000.
News is free on the web - so what role is there for a news "aggregator " like Moreover.com? It is precisely because news on the web is free and abundant that aggregators such as Moreover.com exist. Readers need an up-to-date guide to breaking stories and perceptive analysis, whether the articles are posted on www.guardianunlimited.co.uk, http://mckinseyquarterly.com or the thousands of other high-quality sources
What other sparky things do you see on your visits to California? Paypal is one of the few startups with buzz. If someone buys me a coffee from Starbucks, I'll refund them with a Paypal email for $1.35. The service is free, and makes money on the interest on the cash balance users maintain in their Paypal accounts. The clearing banks ought to be scared. Vicinities is a service for workgroups and other communities. There is nothing particularly revolutionary about its components: a discussion forum, newsfeeds, a calendar, an online photo album. But Vicinities has put the package together so well that I can actually imagine using the service
Any favourite web sites? Newsblogger lets anybody read the news and become a weblog publisher - it is done in partnership with Moreover.com. Octopus and Onepage let a user create a custom home page, with search engine, news and other features, then publish and share that page. Jim Romensko's site at www.poynter.org/medianews; PersonalReader.com - a business built around blogging; Search Engine Watch; Google.
Paypal, a free service from X.com, is the world's first email payments network"
www.poynter.org/medianews: Jim Romenesko's MediaNews
PersonalReader.com: your human guide to the Web's best content
|August 17, 2000|
|the week before
What's new at moreover?: The *webfeed company
New sites pull data from all over the Web: "Moreover.com aggregates news and information from 1,500 Web sources in near real time, then assembles Web feeds in more than 200 categories"
The latest count is 304 categories of news. Regional news include Asia-Pacific latest,China,Southeast Asia,Taiwan & Top Asia-Pacific.
*webfeed n. 1. a customized newsfeed [of web content]; 2. a collection of headline links to news from all over the web
Blog to weblog
Bloggers-the personal pages of today and Blogger.com telling us how to do it: Push-Button Publishing for the People. Blogger is the leading tool in the rapidly growing area of web publishing known as weblogs, or "blogs," as we like to say.
Weblog before blog
egr weblog e.g.r. stands for entropy gradient reversals. I don't know what it means. Cues: "required reading for the new economy" and "live dangerously"
guardianunlimited their log of noteworthy reads online.
aWeblog an Asian American channel
researchbuzz "This is a Weblog. Here's the deal with a Weblog. Whenever I find something I think is interesting or cool, I'll link to it here. These are the things that don't have anything to do with Internet research"