Updated: 9/24/02; 2:50:02 AM.
Jake's Radio 'Blog


Monday, June 3, 2002

More Neighborhoods

Dave has linked to some weblog neighborhoods. Here are a few more: Marc Barrot, Jeff Cheney, Sam Ruby.
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Weblog Neighborhood Tool

Scripting News: "Mind-bomb: Weblog Neighborhood Tool"

Here's my neighborhood.
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Ed Bilodeau confirms that the MSNBC weblogs do not have archives. They won't get many pointers from other weblogs. [via Scripting News]

I guess if you want to quote any of the MSNBC weblogs, you have to take a screenshot.
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Dave's working on a harvester. "Notes are here"
12:38'54    comment []

Links for Blogroll, RSS and Subscriptions

Radio: Links for Blogroll, RSS and Subscriptions. [via Scripting News]
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Where is Dictionary.Com?

Paolo: "Am I the only one not able to get to http://www.dictionary.com?"

Nope -- I can't get to it from here either. Host not found error.
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Marc Barrot: "DJ Adams is using activeRenderer's javascript code to publish his morning readings."
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For want of better bookmarks

Charles Miller: "I want the web browser to keep track of what sites I visit frequently, and put them in a list for me. And I want the feature to be smart enough to work without me having to perform any configuration, or maintain any lists manually... Considering how central the concept of 'remembering where we've been' is to the whole web experience, you'd think the bookmark/history tools would have evolved a little more than they have."
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Beryl Pfizer. "I write down everything I want to remember. That way, instead of spending a lot of time trying to remember what it is I wrote down, I spend the time looking for the paper I wrote it down on."
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