I’m starting to immerse myself more in the Racket world these days. And recently, I’ve had more troubles with my server and WordPress blogs. So I’m looking into Greg Hendershott‘s Frog (Frozen Blog) to see if this would be useful. I’m thinking of porting some of my lower-traffic, not very visually sophisticated, blogs to it. […]
A preview of Dave Winer’s new blogging system : 1999.io Video demo of 1999.io
Worth a listen : Podcast: What’s going on behind the scenes at Scripting News Also :
OK. At this point I’m now officially confused by the Dave Winer road-map / strategy. I’m sure it’s evolving and exploratory. But Dave’s productivity means that I’m no longer keeping up with how this is meant to go down. So we had an outliner. (Fargo). And then an open-sourced version of the editor (Yay! Concord). […]
Dave Winer has some food for thought. I’m not reconsidering my exit from Facebook, but I think he makes some good points.
Brent Simmons : What Happened at UserLand.
Dave Winer has revamped Scripting News yet again. More new Fargo / Trex goodness behind the scenes I’m guessing. Fine tuning the platform.
Couple of quick notes : 1) I’m too dependent on Google. Unlike the case of Facebook, I can’t just cancel my account. Google is too deeply entwined with my life. But I am taking steps to disengage if not 100% at least a significant chunk. 2) I’m playing around a bit more with Dave Winer’s […]
My comment on Alex’s blog : Well, you already know but I still think wiki has a future, as pointed to by Smallest Federated Wiki. There are some flaws / issues with SFW, mainly I think because not enough people are working on it, but it’s still the signpost for how wiki could evolve. Would […]
Giles Bowkett has a profound and entertaining blog-post, starting with some thought-provoking criticism of Joel Spolsky and Paul Graham; and then moving on to other questions of business models for blogging programmers.