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Colin Walker on blogrolls

Colin Walker: Part of the problem with people based following models on social networks is that you follow the whole person so see everything they post whether it is relevant to you or not. There is no filtering system. He goes on to mention that blogrolls that also supply an OPML file make it quick […]

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Tim Bray: On a blog, I can write about blog­ging and whim­si­cal­ly toss in self-indulgent pic­tures of May’s bud­ding aza­leas. OK, Tim. I see your azaleas and raise you these springtails. Tim’s post via Jason Kottke and Jeremy Keith. See also.

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Independence is a long play

Jason Kottke re: Medium’s announcement and why he chose not to move Kottke.org to Medium: New businesses are unstable…that’s just the way it is. In Silicon Valley (and in other startup-rich areas), these unstable businesses have lots of someone else’s money to throw around — which makes them appear more stable in the short term […]

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The Future of Cities

I forgot to link to Oscar Boyson’s video in this week’s What I saw this week post. Sorry about that. So now he gets his very own post. Oscar Boyson on Ev’s blog: Jane Jacobs said that “cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by […]

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