Tuesday, January 15, 2002
: "One of the cool things about userland is I entered thinking they were just about blogs. Then I started to think it was really that bloggin wasn't THAT cool, and that it was about developing technology which would help us do other things that were even cooler. Now I realize just how cool blogs are, I realize that it's both. Userland is like Ulysses S. Grant, they attack from all fronts at the same time."
is having a ton of troubles with Dell lately. I just ordered a Dell machine myself. I hope this hell doesn't happen to me.
UserLand Software today released a new tool for Radio UserLand 8: Manila-Blogger Bridge Tool
. "In a nutshell, it lets you mirror your Radio 8.0 weblog to any centralized CMS that supports the Blogger API. Today we tested with Manila, Blogger, and by suprise found out that Movable Type already supports the API, and MBBT works with it too."
Jeremy Bowers has a new tool: Custom Weblog Post
. "Custom Weblog Post by Jeremy Bowers provides more structured templates for the RU weblog, allowing the emulation of News Items for Manila and also providing Manila Express-like functionality for those templates."
: "Blogging is just like crack, once you've tried it you can't stop doing it. I'm a blogging fool and I know it."
: "I must admit Radio Userland 8 is brill! Congrats to Dave and the Userland crew -- this is truly nice. I have no idea what lives beneath the hood, but what I see on the surface and the functionality it provides has me impressed. I'll keep posting as I fiddle." Rael is a researcher with O'Reilly & Associates
Garret p Vreeland: "this morning, at a client meeting, i had a flash. radio! set up an xml category called "client". anything that would be of interest, route it to that category. render as html, in a company template, set upstreaming to the company server." Scoble says: Garret, you're onto something here. It's called K-Logging. If you're interested in corporate uses of Radio UserLand you should join the K-Logs mailing list.
: "Web logs are interesting, but conversations are usually more interesting. Where is debate.userland? Logs are lonely. We are social. I don't want to click across four peoples logs to follow their interactions."