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June 16, 2004’s Posts.

  1. Bloomsday

    “Mr Leopold Bloom ate with relish the inner organs of beasts and fowls.…”

  2. Redesigns for BoingBoing, FOXNews, and the Mozilla Store

    When planets collide: BoingBoing and FOXNews both redesign. Neither is stellar, and one is downright awful (hint, it’s the one done to look more like a TV channel). Both sites should have talked to Steven Garrity (he of the excellent post “How Websites Learn”) and his co-workers at silverorange; that crew’s work on the Mozilla Store is terrific

  3. Lessons from Weblogs.com

    The brouhaha over Dave Winer’s decision to pull the plug on weblogs.com-hosted blogs offers three axioms about the Web in specific, and life in general:

  4. Love-ing new media journalism

    Mr. Holovaty points to a days-old site from Gary Love on new media journalism. The site looks to be the kind I was first hoping to create with this one; that is a content-rich resource on the unrealized potential in online journalism. Love has a lot of experience in the field, but has decided not to tie his name to the project (depsite using his personal’s site design). The result is a site whose pseudo-anonymity weakens the integrity of the well-thought out articles. Still worth a bookmark, though

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