Adam Curry, who continues to crank out entertaining and informative “daily source code” audio blog posts, releases his audio blog post publishing script.
It’s a beautiful Sunday in Massachusetts. The sun is shining, the chicken is brining, and we’re off to Ipswich to pick berries.
Why doesn’t this Google search for “feedster” return a link to www.feedster.com? Microsoft seems to have no problem linking to their competition. This is a little scary given Google’s ability to define reality. It’s now a routine conversational turn for me to say to friends, “Google it and you’ll find the Web page.” It’s too early to tell but I’d hate to see Google become the FOX News of the Web.
Update Feedster de-Googled. Scott says, “Google has pulled us quite thoroughly — you can’t even find out who’s linking to us.”
Update 2 Actually www.feedster.com doesn’t appear in MSN or Yahoo! searches either. Maybe it’s a problem with the robots.txt file?
Adam illustrates by example how quoting works in the audioblogosphere in yesterday’s souce code.
Philip Greenspun reviews William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition.
There’s a profile of Icelandic singer Björk in this week’s New Yorker. It’s not available on line, unfortunately, but an accompaniment to the Björk profile is.