Thursday, October 13, 2005

It's hard to convey how much talent...:
But I didn't mention that Gabe Rivera, the author of Memeorandum was there too. I've become a regular user, subscribed to its RSS feed, and several times a day I visit the site and use it as an aggregator of what's happening in the tech blogosphere. It's become a totally essential tool, in just a few weeks.

(Via Scripting News.)

Memeorandum is amazing. Its what Google News should have been. The internet has gone from a place that delivers news, to a place where you can discuss it. A whole big forum. With postings on topics made by various people on their blogs. How do you track this conversation? Use Memeorandum!.

OPML on the other hand is a little confusing. When Dave Winer added that OPML directory to his site, I thought "Oh thats what its for". To categorize blogs, and provide directories. But there is more to it. There is the outline aspect of OPML. And then I heard Daves podcast, where he says something to the effect of OPML being the next web or something. I'm still confused, I guess I'll have to do some more research over the weekend.

Mozilla and hypocrisy

Right, but what about the experiences that Mozilla chooses to default for users like switching to  Yahoo and making that the default upon ...