Bloggers August 23rd, 2001 @ 1:15 am PDT
Because I know you love it when I do this … I’ve been delightfully entertained by two blogs you should visit. Go you now to: From the Lost Pages of Vindication of Eternity fï-dël’ï-tê
SO v. Partner August 22nd, 2001 @ 4:30 pm PDT
Resist Compulsory Tontofication!
Soon … August 22nd, 2001 @ 2:03 pm PDT
Coming soon: ilovedavidgagne.com If Ben can do it …
Curses! August 15th, 2001 @ 10:40 am PDT
Damn! Foiled again by my puny ability to speak just the one language! Langreiter.com looks like an awesome page; I just wish I could read Dutch! (Or German. Or Nordic-Trac. Or whatever it is that this guy’s mostly writing / blogging.) And what could be a better time than now to mention that you can […]
NL August 15th, 2001 @ 10:30 am PDT
Somehow I got on this page: Denk je dat je alles hebt gehad…. Weblogger.nl I get very upset when people don’t put a space before and after their ellipses, or when someone uses more or less than three periods when writing ellipses, and I don’t speak Dutch. But this looks really nifty! I have no […]
BOTD August 8th, 2001 @ 12:32 pm PDT
Hey! Check it out: I’m the Blog of the Day!
Ego-Surfing August 6th, 2001 @ 9:57 am PDT
The HotList Harvester at weblogs.com and the beebo charts have long gone the way of the dodo. This little tool at MIT has finally, once again, given residents of bloggerville a way to ego-surf.
BlogTracking July 30th, 2001 @ 4:56 pm PDT
MIT’s Media lab is experimenting with a new tool that tracks the links that are posted in online weblogs/diaries. If successful, Blogdex could provide a very valuable resource for the average information seeker as Blogs are flat out where it’s at. via Davenetics
How Fresh July 26th, 2001 @ 2:20 pm PDT
Riddle Me This: How Fresh Is This Guy? [link via not so soft]
He Asked for a Link July 24th, 2001 @ 2:31 pm PDT
Well. This isn’t a new song. But it’s the first time it’s ever happened, so I’m blogging this guy because he actually asked for some “interlinky lovin’”. So. It’s very nice to see that I might have more than just the one listener / reader.