This looks like a good introduction to the semantic web and RDF.… Read the rest
Music sales are down 10% in the first half of 2002, compared with the same period last year, according to a survey from the RIAA. ‘The study found that consumers who say they are downloading more say they are purchasing less music “by more than 2 to 1,” the RIAA said.’… Read the rest
Copyright readings is a useful, ongoing bibliography of articles on copyright, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and related legislation.… Read the rest
Just because no blog would be complete without a link to it: Newsweek’s Steven Levy on Living in the Blog-osphere.… Read the rest
Thanks to xian on blogistan, I’ve been reading up on old Jon Udell columns:
Udell does an in-depth reflection on Userland 8.
Udell’s story, from last year, does a great job of explaining how weblogs can be used to marry knowledge and project management.
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How many weblogs are, there, really? Who knows?… Read the rest
Memo from Jakob Nielsen to Web designers: For pity’s sake, please stop using tiny, fixed-size fonts on your pages and CSS (cascading style sheet) designs. Thank you, Jakob!… Read the rest
Cascading style sheets: Don’t be afraid. Dave Raggett explains CSS in a clear, common-sensical way.… Read the rest
The Invisible Library catalogs imaginary books.… Read the rest
DOJ to prosecute individual P2P file traders? Maybe.… Read the rest