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Today's scriptingNews Outline
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 12/28/1999; 5:15:18 AM Topic: Today's scriptingNews Outline Msg #: 13931 Prev/Next: 13930 / 13932
Chris Nolan is up to her old tricks, spreading dirt about epinions, and a new Kleiner-Perkins startup named Firedrop. Whatever it is, I bet it plays well with Frontier. ";->"
I've been working on a Weblog FAQ that explains what a weblog is, and has pointers to early weblogs. Here's one of the earliest weblogs, until now, missing from the list. It's the first What's New page on Netscape.Com from June 1993.
Here's a list of 17 What's New pages from the Netscape Time Capsule. This site is an incredible resource. Thanks to whoever put this up. In yesterday's DaveNet I asked "This was the year that Netscape became the hole where the Internet used to be. Where is the Internet now?" It's great to get such a quick, concise answer!
Thanks to Metafilter for the link to the Netscape archives.
Richard Stallman singing the Free Software Song.
CIO profiling Dan Bricklin.
A weblog editor asks How do I find my ad?
Philly Future has a great future, imho. Karl Martino, the guy running it, is one of the webmasters at Philly.Com, which is run by Knight-Ridder, the same company that runs the SJ Merc. Karl got interested in Manila when he heard that Dan Gillmor was using it.
There are responses to this message:
- Re: First What's New page was at Mosaic, not Netscape, Jakob Nielsen, 12/28/1999; 8:49:05 AM
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