When you live by the link, you die by the link

Two instances of links reinforcing and strengthening what shouldn’t be: Shelley Powers: Link Link Link. Doc Searls: Tale of Whoa. Related: Matt Cutts: Dropping Valleywag. Russell Beattie: Blog Sensationalism. Nick Carr: The amorality of web 2.0. Finally, from a terrific book: David Weinberger: “Small Pieces Loosely Joined”: we can see reflected in the Web just […]

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Upcoming…

More baptism pics, unconference notes on the format and on the day, and who knows what else Speaking of serendipity, help the community by nominating a blog to be featured at Philly Future.

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See no evil

USAToday took a risk on a subject that no one wants to touch with a twenty foot pole. So why have so few followed up on their reporting that we’re in for voting machine trouble this year? Did you know that there was a final push going on for a bill to support voter-verified permanent […]

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Yesterday was a special one

Family and friends came by to share with us Emma’s baptism yesterday. I’ll have more to say with many more pictures later, but I can’t help but share with you my joy and how blessed I feel before running off to work.

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“The only architecture that matters”

lesscode: The pragmatic’s guide to Web architectures : The Web thrives not because it uses a strict architectural style and a coherent technology stack. It thrives because so many sites pay little attention to REST and choose to focus on their users instead. It thrives because mal-formed HTML pages include GIFs and PNGs and Flash […]

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Looking forward to tomorrow

It’s always a thrill to meet folks for the first time who you’ve talked to for years online. It’s doubly a thrill to to do so for a good reason. I’m nervous as hell – I’m not one for large groups of people, but this is worth it. Hopefully bridges will be built that help […]

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He resigned

But are any lessons learned here? Jim Brady at WashingtonPost.com: …When we hired Domenech, we were not aware of any allegations that he had plagiarized any of his past writings. In any cases where allegations such as these are made, we will continue to investigate those charges thoroughly in order to maintain our journalistic integrity. […]

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