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Scott at Philly Future: October Philly Bloggers’ Meetup this Saturday: This month’s very spooky Philly bloggers’ meetup is taking place this Saturday, October 29, 2005 at 3:00 PM. It should be a spooktacularly good time with other local influencers (as I shall now call bloggers henceforth). The food is good, the beer is flowing, and […]

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The Young Friends Came Out in Droves

Howard at Philly Future:: Well, Project H.O.M.E.‘s inaugural Young Friends Event appears to have been a smashing success, going off last night without a hitch. For those who missed it, there are photos, as our resident shutterbug Albert Yee was live on the scene; so were several other members of the Philly Future team. The […]

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In Memorium: Rosa Parks

The Tattered Coat: I was going to write a bland platitude such as “Rosa Parks has passed away, but her legacy will live on.” But the truth is that her legacy will not live on by itself. The battle for civil rights, for racial equality, is an ongoing struggle, an ever-present fight. Only by engaging […]

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PC Magazine rates sharing and tagging services (participatory bookmark managers)

I forgot about PCMag’s review of a number of these services earlier today. Curiously they miss RawSugar and Furl, slam del.icio.us (which misses the strength of community point I made earlier), and mistakenly say you need Yahoo!’s toolbar to use MyWeb (incorrect – they have bookmarklets like everyone else!). via Jeremy Zawodny. Update: Wikipedia has […]

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Participatory bookmark managers

Furl, one of the first participatory bookmark managers, launched a while back, had some hype, got bought by LookSmart, and disappeared from the radar of the digerati. I’m now using three different bookmark services – and following the community of a forth – which is downright nuts – but I can’t help the curiosity – […]

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Getting Unbanned by Google

For a long time phillyfuture.org was blacklisted by Google – a previous owner of the domain abused it and Google reacted by banning it from the index. For months, after getting the domain back, I attempted to get Philly Future indexed by Google. I followed its instructions, not realizing we were blacklisted. Philly Future had […]

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Dreamhost update

Performance and uptime have improved considerably in a day. Dreamhost contacted me and informed they have solved a database issue that was the cause (they did not say what). Today has been smooth sailing. Keeping my fingers crossed.

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