Monday morning web tech bits

Anyone have tips or tools to help move a MovableType blog to a new host? So far I’ve found TypeMover a MovableType plugin that: “adds backup, restore and migration features that let you get your data in and out of your servers”. Gallery 2.0 is out, and from what I hear, it is a great […]

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More on Memeorandum and Google Blog Search

Yesterday a news story hit, an editor was near my station, and overhearing the discussion I went to Memeorandum to find out if it was breaking among bloggers – and it was. Memeorandum has quickly become a must visit site for me, multiple times a day. Now for some thoughts on Google Blog Search…. Lets […]

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Bush ‘sounded’ like a Democrat – while speaking to his base – sends Rove to oversee rebuilding

Some of my friends will disagree, but I feel Bush sounded the perfect tone last night, even if, embedded in his speech, were many troubling items like money funneling from the government to churches, and a refusal to raise federal funding via keeping taxes stable or increasing them, and an increased military role on domestic […]

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On Martin Luther King and The Other America

Jim Gilliam: Martin Luther King It’s as if he was standing in the rubble of Bush’s Katrina debacle. Masterfully, and inspirationally, he ties together race, war, poverty,values and the military into one sweeping narrative that defines the best of what liberalism could be. “True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar; it […]

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Katrina stories

I think a turning point in Katrina coverage has been reached. There has been some good news of progress being made in the relief effort. Parts of New Orleans are reopening shortly. Newsmagazines and newspapers have detailed and blasted the response to the catastrophy. And yesterday, finally, Bush admited some responsibility. A dangerous point. Now […]

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Brown Resigns, and Bush Didn’t Know In Advance

If you can’t keep track of the comings and goings of your staff…. well wow. Check out the video. The guy should have been fired. Hopefully Brown is not just the sacrificial idiot and a deeper look will take place into what went wrong. Speaking of which, Digby looks into who the administration will eventually […]

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