New Washintonpost.com homepage
Clean look, and notably, the left navigation is gone in place of the top nav.
Microsoft to release IE7
Interview with Salon’s new editor
Founding editor David Talbot has stepped-down, and Joan Walsh explains what she’ll bring the magazine.
No nostalgia for us, we’re Gen-X
Nice little piece from The New York Times on eighties “nostalgia”
We are the bunny-earred
Over-the-air TV is the new cool.
The basics on building very dynamic Web interfaces.
Good news and bad news for Wikinews
Google offered to share its server-space to ease the hosting and bandwidth demands of Wikimedia, owners and operators of Wikipedia and Wikinews. Greg Linden points out although its not a entirely selfish act, its not evil. John C. Dvorak disagrees, citing the erosion of the Usenet database as an example. The geeks at Slashdot feed the fire..
The also-ran search company Ask Jeeves is making some interesting plays lately. First, it bought Bloglines *the Web-based RSS aggregator) and now it’s talking up the Mozilla Foundation. Ask Jeeves has suggested it might donate it’s desktop search product to Mozilla and making it open source; as well there’s talk of building a Ask Jeeves-branded Firefox browser this year.
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