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Thursday, October 04 2001

NY Times : How We Lived the News

"At dinner that night at the seaside resort where the president was staying, my colleagues and I did what generations of White House reporters have done : complained about the need to drag around with the president to the blandest of events,on the off chance that disaster strikes." via pssst! (pdf)

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Dirk-Willem van Gulik : mod_auth_jabber

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Steve Pepper : The TAO of Topic Maps

"While it is possible to represent immensely complex structures using topic maps, the basic concepts of the model Topics, Associations, and Occurrences (TAO) are easily grasped. This paper provides a non-technical introduction to these and other concepts (the IFS and BUTS of topic maps), relating them to things that are familiar to all of us from the realms of publishing and information management, and attempting to convey some idea of the uses to which topic maps will be put in the future." via xblog

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Me : weblogUpdates.xsl 0.4

Fixed a bunch a stupid mistakes and, more importantly, you can now do filtering on the list. Yay!

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Morning Becomes Eclectic : Joe Henry and Daniel Lanois

(real evil g2)

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The dict-ified dictionary.com word of the day is clerisy

| source : web1913 | Clerisy \Cler"i*sy\, n. [LL. clericia. See {Clergy}.] 1. The literati, or well educated class. 2. The clergy, or their opinions, as opposed to the laity. | source : wn | clerisy n : an educated and intellectual elite [syn: {intelligentsia}]

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