Six Apart Ups the Ante for Weblogging — PROJECT COMET, PREVIEWED AT DEMO FALL, AIMS TO BRING WEBLOGGING INTO THE MAINSTREAM WITH ADVANCED EASE OF USE, RICH FEATURES AND FINE-GRAINED PRIVACY — San Francisco, CA— September 22, 2005 — A new platform for weblogging, intended …
Mena / About Six Apart:
Mena Trott's Mom
Mena Trott's Mom
Discussion: down the avenue, Niall Kennedy's Weblog and hyku | blog
Chris Pratley / Chris_Pratley's OneNote WebLog:
More OneNote 12 Goodness — I thought I would discuss a few new capabilities of "OneNote 12" that I think many current users are dying to see appear. Certainly each of these has appeared many times in our newsgroups and in our suggestion lists in the OneNote community site.
Susannah Cullinane / BBC:
The old new — Why should a transistor radio from 1954 be causing a buzz online? Could it be part of a realisation that, amid talk of invention, no novelty is completely new? — The Old Testament Book of Ecclesiastes has a few words to say about novelty, fashion and innovation.
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal:
Search Engine Blogs as Public Relations Tools — Search Engine Blogs as Public Relations Tools — Blogs are used for various reasons including reporting news, communicating with specific groups of readers, and as Mark Cuban may tell you, spamming. With millions of active blogs …
Discussion: Things That and Online Marketing Blog
Lee Odden / Online Marketing Blog: Search Engine Marketing News
Technology News, Science News:
Google's Lackluster Blog Search — The long-awaited tool is fast and sorts by relevance. But it misses results and lets in too much spam — EDITOR'S REVIEW — THE GOOD Lets users pick between most relevant and most recent blogs. And it's fast — THE BAD Doesn't provide complete results, and includes too many spam blogs
Discussion: Business Logs, The RSS Blog, Search Engine Journal and The Blog Herald
Cyrus Farivar / Wired News:
Goof Lets Times' Content Go Free — On Monday, The New York Times introduced the first paid section of its online version. In less than 24 hours, someone found a way around the TimesSelect paid subscription service. — Never Pay Retail was created on the same day that TimesSelect began.
Discussion: Smart Mobs, alarm:clock and JohnTabin.com
Dick / Burning Questions:
PingShot: Speedy Content Distribution for Everybody — If you use FeedBurner, we now provide a service that notifies aggregators, search engines, and directories about your content updates as quickly as possible. When you use the new PingShot service, we will 'ping' a collection of services …
Discussion: hyku | blog, The RSS Blog and Business Blog Consulting
Randy Charles Morin / The RSS Blog: FeedBurner PingShot — Dick Costolo: If you use FeedBurner …
Josh Hallett / Business Blog Consulting: FeedBurner Launches PingShot
Dan Ilett / silicon.com:
Mobile phone virus claims are "bonkers", says Sophos — Chances of infection are low... Antivirus firm Sophos has slammed a competitor's claims that it found the world's first "serious" mobile phone virus. — Earlier this month, F-Secure was questioned over hyping mobile phone viruses in a bid to sell antivirus products.
Cameron / overstated:
Goodbye MIT, hello Yahoo! — This message has been a long time in the coming, but thanks to the ubiquity of the internet I've been outed. Sometime in late august I turned in a final draft of my thesis which afforded me this wonderful scrap of paper: — Since I won't technically …
Tom Coates / plasticbag.org is a weblog:
A response to the rhetoric of weblog marketing... The story so far... Ben Metcalfe takes a vague swipe at the Stormhoek wine that Hugh MacLeod is marketing through the blogosphere. The approach Hugh is taking is to offer free bottles of the wine to webloggers on the understanding …
Discussion: Scobleizer and Allan Jenkins' Desirable …
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer: Can't wait to try some of this crappy wine
Bill Day / MediaPost Publications:
Behavioral Must Behave — OUR INDUSTRY HAS ALREADY WRESTED a significant share of the pie from old-school, demographically driven media by touting targeting technologies that deliver the future of advertising today. So let's admit how far we really are from delivering on that promise.
Discussion: Spyware Confidential and Spyware Warrior
Suzi Turner / Spyware Confidential: Adware behavior: Bill Day of WhenU
Official Google Blog:
New, improved, and out of beta — After two months in beta we are officially releasing our Firefox Toolbar with a couple of nifty Firefox-only features. One of these is the addition of Google Suggest, which shows useful query suggestions as you type in the Toolbar search box.
Discussion: Search Engine Journal, InsideGoogle, Search Engine Watch Blog and digg
Nathan Weinberg / InsideGoogle: GOOGLE FIREFOX TOOLBAR: NOW ITS PERFECT
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Watch Blog: Google Toolbar For Firefox Leaves Beta, Gains Google Suggest
Peter Rojas / Engadget:
The Palm Treo 700w (aka Treo 670) - Exclusive first look! — Check it out: we got our hands on the new Windows Mobile-powered Treo, but it ain't called the Treo 670 anymore (if it even ever was called that), it's the Treo 700w (which implies—but doesn't guarantee—the existence of a Palm-powered Treo 700p).
Discussion: PC World's Techlog, TinyScreenfuls.com, Gadgetophile, The WiFi Weblog, Cell phone news and reviews and jkOnTheRun
Harry McCracken / PC World's Techlog: Windows Mobile on a Treo
Ben / Gadgetophile: Palm Treo 700w
Mike Outmesguine / The WiFi Weblog: Treo 700w, (was Treo 670) a quick look