August 27th, 2003

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_____________________[PRO] My son journals online in a place called...

"My son journals online in a place called livejournal.com, ' she said. " I tried to get in his little circle, but couldn't. One day, he mistakenly left it open in the browser. I really knew better, but read it, anyway.

"It was much more interesting than I thought. Actually, a friend of his had much more graphic and strange postings, but it did give me a little insight into their world
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"It's really a great site, kind of like an interactive diary with pictures and music, " she said. " The cool part is, you can let people in if you want to, or block them out. One day, maybe he'll let me in. I don't ask any more, but have hopes."

...some think it goes too far

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[PER] BookCrossing



better than gathering dust :: BookCrossing

what people might enjoy tracking? the idea of Books came to mind, and BookCrossing.com was the result. because books have feelings too...


не слабо обогнать самоа?




upd: Urbis launches Bookcrossing in Manchester.

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[PER] ко мне ответ на мыло не приходит

как я понимаю, мне на мыло не приходит большая часть ответов/комментов из жж. не знаю, только ли в моем дневнике такая проблема, но если вдруг вы не получаете ответа, который ждёте, постучитесь ещё раз, пожалуйста.

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[PER] please stop using term "web log"

Dear New Yorker, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post and others**,

Please stop using the term "web log" to refer to a chronologically-ordered frequently-updated website. The correct term is "weblog". Furthermore, "blog" is not short for "web log", it is short for "weblog".


хорошая история происхождения словечка... - It's "weblog" not "web log"

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