July 09, 2005

The Slipstream

Ho hum, another day begins with a scan of blog stuff, and it occurs to me that what I've been tracking for the last month via a ruminative Web page is really blogfodder. So here are some running notes, to try on a more public record of what I'm following:

The first half hour is spent on two links from the first (this time it's Bag and Baggage), which points to another location,
Doc Searls, "Re-Grokking Grokster" from Linux Journal's Suit Watch newsletter, with this
on Mark Cuban:

At the Web 2.0 conference last fall, he said, "When you're sitting around a table at a tough negotiation, you need to look around and see who the sucker is. If you don't find one, it's you." IT Conversations has a podcast of the whole interview...

Of course I've grabbed that Cuban interview to listen to later today...

On to the next blog, JD Lasica's Darknet, which offers When the studios won't give permission, quotations of responses to his requests to use short clips in a home video.

Next up: Keyhole Community for Google Earth explorers

I'm more and more aware of the significance of filtering blogs, like Global Voices Online and Edu_RSS, which I scan and occasionally follow outward.

Last night I marked for re-reading a post at Maciej Ceglowski's Idle Words. The moray eel just may be an appropriate totem, hole-living, sharp teeth, unpredictable...

Posted by oook at July 9, 2005 07:06 AM