One re-starts, another walks away

Jorn Barger has re-started Robot Wisdom. First heard at rc3. And Justin Hall, an early web inspiration to me, bows out: …For 11 years, Justin Hall was dedicated to documenting his life online. Composing more than 4,800 pages from nearly a decade of constant writing, which he posted on his site, www.links.net, Hall became a […]

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Speculation on Six Apart: who will buy it and for how much?

Russell Beattie is getting together a Six Apart price pool. I knew the The New York Times bought About.com, but for $820,000 per weblog? Wow. More discussion on About.com and NYTimes at Jay Rosen’s PressThink, at John Battelle’s Searchblog, at Dan Gillmor’s Grassroots Journalism, and an interview with Martin Nisenholtz, SVP-Digital Operations, NYTimes, at PaidContent. […]

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Giving it a name: Ajax

Jesse James Garrett posts an introduction to Ajax the application model that Google has used to develop their most recent hits – Google Suggest, Google Maps, and Gmail. Truth be told, these technologies have been around for a while. The best article on all this is over at Apple’s site and was written way back […]

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Search Philadelphia Blogs!

I’m very excited to announce that you can now do keyword searches on the latest blog postings in the Philadelphia region. This is different from Technorati in an important respect: the blogs that Philly Future aggregates are verified to be quality blogs by the editorial team of the site. Right now the search functionality is […]

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