On Thu, Feb 03, 2005 at 10:34:40AM -0800, Justin Mason wrote:
> To be honest, I think most people considered it dubious: an
> uncorroborated, unsourced story, with no names, on someone's blog, with no
> links to an authoritative source? dodgy. But it then seemed to take on
> a life of its own -- some people *want* to believe it ;)
boingboing - in spite of the name - is actually a widely read blog.
> man I wish mailing list software was smarter about archival, so
> that you could assign a permalink in advance.
i've often thought blogging was kind of like a mailing list where only one
person could initiate threads and with an archiver that only displayed
the thread starters on the archive pages. a very twisted person could
probably hack mailman to be blogging software - and when you were done
you could read/post on the blog via the web or your mua.
but then i still want an all emacs distro (everything from init on down
written in elisp and launched by emacs) so what do i know?
kevin lyda Every gun that is made, every warship launched,
kevin at ie.suberic.net every rocket fired signifies, in the final
http://ie.suberic.net/~kevin/ sense, a theft from those who hunger and are
Dwight Eisenhower, 1953 ----> not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed.
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