Was just checking out FriendFeed. It’s superfast and has a smooth, intuitive interface. Not surprising when you look at who built it. But systems like these dig same hole as the social networks and content sprayers, diluting your online identity by sending people to yet-one-more place to track you. It’s tricky because your attention is distributed. But your identity, well that’s a different story.
Inside NPR blog: “almost everything that you can find on NPR.org that we have the rights to redistribute is available through the API.” Looks promising, have not had a chance to check it out yet.
Yes, you can embed a video game inside the favicon.
SF Chronicle profiles WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg.
This blog is up and running on WordPress 2.6. I think it’s the fastest I’ve ever turned around an upgrade. Savoring the moment.
Christopher Lydon interviews George Lakoff on the latest episode of Open Source.
Ned Batchelder has some suggestions for gas station tv. We’ve got them here in California, at my local Arco station for one.