I think I need to revisit my RSS software because I don’t think Safari is doing it for me. Maybe I’ll shift the whole regular reads blogs to bloglines; maybe I should buy some kinda software. But that’s something I’ll do in May or so (along with updating the look of this blog and about 100 “to do” list items). In the meantime, a few links I came across this morning I need to look at more in the near future:
- HyperJournal, which is an open source software for producing a peer-reviewed online journal. It claims to be easy enough to not require higher end tech support, but I dunno….
- “Britannica lashes out at Wikipedia comparison study.” Alex Halavais has a nice commentary on all of this here, including a link to the original Nature article.
- Derek has some CCCCs impressions along with some photos.
- Speaking of the CCCCs: I like Collin’s thoughts on the location of the event this year (afterall, I ended up running into him this year); Dennis Jerz has a ton of stuff about various presentations he saw; Bradley Bleck has lots of stuff on the CCCCs too; Mike has some and promises more; and I’m sure that more will be coming soon.
- Yes, Kairos should name its annual blogging award after John Lovas. No question about it.
- “To Blog or Not to Blog,” which is an entry at Will Richardson’s blog that might come in handy for me very soon.
- Another “come in handy for me very soon” sort of web thing: This March 19, 2006 article from the New York Daily News, “What a tangled Web we weave: Being Googled can jeopardize your job search.”
- Another one of those “get rid of the technology” from the classrooms sort of article. Of course, given that writing itself is a technology, this move might cause some problems….
On with what promises to be a very busy Sunday….