Archive for July 6th, 2004

The Finches Brought Their Baby to Feed

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

It’s really cute. It has two tufts of downey feathers like horns on its head.

More New Features on This Blog

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

I checked in with Thinking While Typing the paper doll chronicles for the first time in a long time over the weekend and got jealous of some of the cool features Vernica has on her blog, so I stuck them on mine. There is now a search of this blog via Feedster. The results give […]

News Librarian Contributes to Blog

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

Okay, well, this may be nothing new to some of you, but this blog reader sent me a special e-mail to let me know he’d been blogged on the Unofficial Dave Barry Blog and needed a cigarette. Personally, I think set 2 of the cards is more interesting, but I wish they were playing cards […]

I Knew One of My Friends Is Getting Blogging When …

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

after spending some time with a bunch of bloggers, he said in a conversation, “I wish I had a scratchpad so I could write that down.”

Into the Blogosphere

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

One of my blogging colleagues shared the link to this list of articles about blogging authored by academics. There are quite a few items here about the intersection between mass communication and weblogs, a frequent conversation topic among journalists and bloggers. There are also some articles about blogs and communities.

Ads in Feeds

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004

I wasn’t going to point to this eWeek article about using RSS to distribute ads initially because it’s nothing new. Check out my aggregator and you’ll see that I already receive ads via RSS. No, I don’t subscribe to feeds for ads; ads are distributed along with the content of some the feeds. Some free […]

beSpacific Points to More on Blogging at Sun

Tuesday, July 6th, 2004