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Is Ignorance the Only Reason for Internet Forums?

I don’t understand why Internet Forums need to exist — the only “feature” I can make out not included in most blogging software today is the ability to ignore another user (seems sort-of anti-social to me, but whatever). Does anyone … Continue reading
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The Bad Old Days of New Media

John Battelle fondly remembers “the way it used to be”, and goes out on a limb: I believe that the personal-site-based essay is making a comeback I won’t say that I totally disagree (after all, not only is remediary precisely … Continue reading
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Blogs vs. Magazines (?)

Those who are familiar with my research in the field of information science will know that a big part of it involved terms for document types (also known as “Form” and “Genre” in the field of archives management). These terms … Continue reading Continue reading

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I listen to Dave Winer, but does Dave Winer listen to me?

Good programmers do not argue with bug reports
I presume Dave will get a notification that I quoted him here. I don’t need to comment there. The wonderful worldwide web is everywhere.
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Another authentic storyteller

I hear Paul Ford is blogging again: This is straight-up blogging, amateur prose written quickly and with neither guiding stricture nor sober editing. I am going to tell it like it is, right from the heart So I’ve added his … Continue reading Continue reading

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Freedom and the Art of Weblog Maintenance

I shared the following text today with Anil Dash: Hi Anil, I have been following your recent blog posts with great interest — but I think there is one very simple fact that is very often misunderstood: Reading is FREE … Continue reading Continue reading

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Every Website Brand

Today, it seems to me that every website brand is bland… — like every grain of sand. I am well aware that this is an over-generalization — but what is the use of arguing whether this generalization applies to 99% … Continue reading Continue reading

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My father now has a blog — and he has posted audio posts more or less regularly :)

This is, I think a great feature of wordpress.com! In order to preserve his privacy, I am not going to link to his (personal) blog — but if you know him (Karl Mayer-Wittmann), then you can call him up on … Continue reading
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No Nonsense Bloggers + Jounalistic Code of Ethics

Several years ago I wrote a post in response to a New York Times fluff piece about so-called “journalistic ethics” (that article has since been archived).  I basically defended the right of the New York Times to include advertising placement … Continue reading Continue reading

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