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96 seconds of blog on the wall. 96 seconds of blog. Take one down, pass it around, 95 ...
(96 seconds of blog on the wall. 96 seconds of blog. Take one down, pass it around, 95 seconds of blog on the wall.)
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Darren Rowse says readers sip from the blogosphere's firehose a minute and a half at each weblog. 96 seconds each visit. Also found: The top ten blogs averaged 37 seconds per visit. Blogs with comments scored higher on average. Darren analyzed published visitor stats for 350 blogs that use Site Meter. Read his Length of Stay report for methodology and for possible explanations.
19:43:16 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Blogcount.com
96 seconds of blog on the wall. 96 seconds of blog. Take one down, pass it around, 95 ...
(96 seconds of blog on the wall. 96 seconds of blog. Take one down, pass it around, 95 seconds of blog on the wall.)
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Darren Rowse says readers sip from the blogosphere's firehose a minute and a half at each weblog. 96 seconds each visit. Also found: The top ten blogs averaged 37 seconds per visit. Blogs with comments scored higher on average. Darren analyzed published visitor stats for 350 blogs that use Site Meter. Read his Length of Stay report for methodology and for possible explanations.
19:43:16 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Blogcount.com
Javalobby kicks Roller support into high gear.
This is old news, but still deserves note. In early October, the Javalobby relaunched and rebranded the old FreeRoller service as JRoller. Javalobby has put in place scheduled backups, issue tracking, FTP access for file uploads and Rick Ross of the Javalobby has started his own blog which is going strong.
19:42:51 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Roller: free and open source Java blog software
Javalobby kicks Roller support into high gear.
This is old news, but still deserves note. In early October, the Javalobby relaunched and rebranded the old FreeRoller service as JRoller. Javalobby has put in place scheduled backups, issue tracking, FTP access for file uploads and Rick Ross of the Javalobby has started his own blog which is going strong.
19:42:51 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Roller: free and open source Java blog software
Roller 0.9.8.1 bug-fix release is available.
Roller 0.9.8.1 fixes a number of small issues with Roller 0.9.8 release. Get it at SourceForge.
19:38:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Roller: free and open source Java blog software
Roller 0.9.8.1 bug-fix release is available.
Roller 0.9.8.1 fixes a number of small issues with Roller 0.9.8 release. Get it at SourceForge.
19:38:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Roller: free and open source Java blog software
Fedora Packaging
As I said earlier, I've taken it upon myself to get gtkmm and associated gnome/c++ libraries included in fedora core....
19:21:18 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: http://www.koziarski.net/
Show me the money
A cashier's check for $6686.45 was sent to Susan G. Komen today. Click here for more details (and scans)...
19:17:17 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Ain't too proud to blog
Open Source Isn't A Solution To Lock-In
From Bruno Souza's Weblog: Governments and companies do not get locked into a vendor or a platform simply because they use closed software. They get locked because they develop their own applications tied to a specific product, be it a free product, or a proprietary product. Once all your applications are written to a product, and all your data is saved into a product-specific format, to move to another offering (free or proprietary) is a big effort. And the longer you do it, eventually it gets near to impossible - and you're locked. Vendors know this, and promote it as much as they can. And although free software makes you less dependent on the vendor, it does not necessarily keeps you from getting locked into a product...
18:21:56 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Semack.Net
Linux-teerist
Okay...I think I'm just about done with LFS. I'll readily admit that I love working with it and I love...
17:52:08 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Luminous Bit
Trust!
More bullshit in the vein of the Nigerian Scam letter. Fax: 447092025267 ATTENTION: I am the above named person from Liberia. I am married to Mr. Cletus John who worked with Liberian embassy in Lome-Togo for nine years before he...
17:51:36 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Annoyed As Hell
Teachers Rally at City Hall to Protest New Policies
New York City teachers rally by the thousands at City Hall, demanding school officials ease up and give them more control in the classroom.
17:48:29 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: WABC Our Schools headlines
Hiatus extended
Due to extenuating circumstances. Apparently, my web service Hosting Matters is being attacked by hacker-assholes. Which explains why it goes down intermittently, sometimes for hours. So, until things straighten out I'll delay the return to posting, because I don't want...
17:41:36 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: I just got tired of it, is all
Taming C
Jack Ganssle writes: Don't get me wrong - I think C is a fantastic language, one that can lead to wonderful products. You can't beat it for bit twiddling and getting close to the hardware. But C does little to force us to build good code; it's very easily abused. This is a follow-up to his Love-Hate Relationship with C. I feel that it goes along with his well-written article on how software will fail.
17:23:10 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Semack.Net
Is Amazon Overvalued?
SmartMoney has an interesting story in its Price Check column about Amazon. It explores value of Amazon in four valuation methods: 1) Ben Graham's Formula: P/E = 8.5 + 2G (G = annual earning growth rate). By putting G =...
17:08:08 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: My Personal Finance Journey
Southeastern Arizona Birding Trail [Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory - Welcome!]
Southeastern Arizona Birding Trail [Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory - Welcome!]
17:07:52 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Ted Ritzer: Birding
guided bird walks, tours, and educational workshops [Southeastern Arizona Bird ...
(guided bird walks, tours, and educational workshops [Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory - Welcome!])
guided bird walks, tours, and educational workshops [Southeastern Arizona Bird Observatory - Welcome!]
17:07:32 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Ted Ritzer: Birding
International Tours with Australian Tour Operators [Birdwatching Australia - A ...
(International Tours with Australian Tour Operators [Birdwatching Australia - A directory of Australian birding information.])
International Tours with Australian Tour Operators [Birdwatching Australia - A directory of Australian birding information.]
17:04:29 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Ted Ritzer: Birding
After-Market Update - AMZN Q3 Release and OCA Announcement
Amazon.com announced its Q3 results: - Revenue increased 33% YOY to $1.13b - Operating cash flow increased 88% to $284m - FCF increased 99% to $239m - Common shares outstanding increased 1% YOY - Net income is $16m or $0.04/share...
17:01:43 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: My Personal Finance Journey
BellSouth, SBC post Q3 earnings
Two RBOCs recorded third quarter results that are heading in opposite directions, while the wireless assets they co-own added a significant number of new subscribers.
17:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: BellSouth news from Network World Fusion
Lazy Guide to Net Culture: Confessio
The internet allows you to unburden yourself of guilt totally anonymously. And many do.
17:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Scotsman.com News - Lazy Guide to Net Culture
France given time to cut public deficit
ANOTHER blow was dealt to the credibility of Europe's growth and stability pact as the European Commission gave France a year's reprieve to cut its swollen public deficit.
17:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Scotsman.com Business - The Euro
£5.5m for ousted ITV chief Green
THE chairman-elect of ITV plc was ousted in spectacular style yesterday, as Michael Green fell victim to a shareholder revolt that left him with a package potentially worth more than £5.5million - but his dream of heading the newly created broadcaster...
17:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Scotsman.com Business - ITV
ITV hunt for a new chairman
THE search was launched for a new chairman of ITV plc last night after broadcasters Granada and Carlton Communications caved in to unprecedented pressure from City shareholders and agreed not to appoint Michael Green, the executive chairman of Carlton,..
17:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Scotsman.com Business - ITV
SouthTrust Bank
SouthTrust Bank implements more than 10,000 Cisco IP Phones to centrally manage and maintain voice and data communications.
17:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: News@Cisco Media Library :: Technologies
Mgmt. standard puts wrinkle in utility computing fight
It's official: the battle for utility computing supremacy is now a dogfight. And now, a major outsourcing vendor is one of the dogs.
17:00:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Network World on Utility Computing
Welcome
Welcome to the Reserve Currency blog. I am not an economist, and I really don't know much about macroeconomics, but I am a reasonably well-educated and intelligent person, and I have recently developed a fascination with the topic of reserve...
16:53:31 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Reserve Currency
What Does an Entrepreneurial Village Look Like?
Questions about the geography of entrepreneurship resulted in my founding Pioneer Entrepreneurs. In my experience, the Internet Age means that distance means less, but the specific characteristics of place matter more. Neil Takemoto, President of CoolTown Studios in Washington D.C., takes the argument a step further. He sees a connection between the built environment and entrepreneurship. Neil sees an intensified interest in entrepreneurship that is driven by two factors. First of all, he perceives a largely generational re-definition of the American Dream as meaning being able to do what you want, where you want. Second, he sees entrepreneurship as the natural outgrowth of superior connectedness. By that, he means the opportunity to learn from casual conversations that are facilitated both by technology and through the physical environments in which we live, work, and play. Windows Audio | MP3 Audio As Neil described it to me last week, a "cool town" is the manifestation of what ...
16:44:35 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: Dispatches Weblog
Petone Road Trip photographs on greta
Yesterday, I got some photographs of The Bearcom’s visits to Petone and central Lower Hutt. They’re scanned in, and are now just waiting to be made public once I go downstairs, grab the first set and go back upstairs tonight in time for scanning and posting the second set. There’s quite a few flowers in the second (the Petone) set, and quite a few ferns from around here at WCE, as well as Bill (a hapless Bearcom member) around the Wellington CBD in the first. Mmmmm, tasty. Updates to come as the first set is uploaded…Update, 2003-10-23: Yay! :) Both sets of photos from WCE and Wellington Civic Square, and Petone and Lower Hutt are now published, thanks to connivance on the part of the Bearcom. :)
16:34:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: the power house: life
Pipes
16:27:00 October 21, 2003, Tuesday (PDT) Source: For No Good Reason Photolog