Unfairly flagged as spammer by Google

I was afraid of this: Edward Biolodeau: …I’m abandoning my Blogger blog after anti-spam features Google added this morning flagged me as a spammer, destroyed data from two posts, and made it impossible for me to post. I was going to write more about this, but its a waste of time. The bottom line is […]

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Web tech, citizen journalism, and more

Sometimes information is all that stands between eating and starving (Philly Future). Must read: Dan Gillmor’s talk at the University of Michigan: Grassroots Media’s Potential: Better Journalism and Democracy. Labs Macromedia launches and gives a sneak peek at upcoming releases. Check it out. Macromedia stopped by work the other day to give a few of […]

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A Habit of Giving

Shelley Powers: “we need to establish a habit of giving”: …No one is to ‘blame’ for being in the way of catastrophe, and as we know, any one of us could be the next victim. There are no safe spots where nothing is likely to happen; no places of invulnerability. To help others is to […]

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Some software I use

A few folks have been asking me to share what software I use for different purposes lately. Just thought I’d share a small list here: jEdit – All purpose text editor. Especially for editing remote text files over FTP. Free and Open Source. Emacs – When I need to edit something fast – and jEdit […]

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Friday morning web tech

ConvergeSouth begins today. Of the three conferences taking place this week – this is the one I miss not going to the most. As Ed Cone says, not better, but different. Grassroots. Bottom up. I’m sure attendees will have a good weekend. Speaking of conferences, Om Malik gives a summary of how this week’s Web […]

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