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Re: Young technologists love lock-in? -
"I don't need a new language." - Dave Winer
Re: Young technologists love lock-in? -
"The way to get people to come back is to send them away. :-)" - Dave Winer
Re: Source code in CMSes -
"Or in case something better comes along that's a superset, or has bug fixes, or performs better. If you have the source you're not locked in." - Dave Winer
Re: Source code in CMSes -
"I'm mostly interested in having an example to explain the concept to people who aren't familiar with using an outliner to structure web content. Now with Markdown as an example, I have one. ;-)" - Dave Winer
Re: Source code in CMSes -
"Depends on who's doing the rendering. If you want the CMS to be open to external rendering systems, i.e. ways to create content that the people who did the CMS might not have envisioned when they created it, then you absolutely need to store both teh source and the rendering. If you're using Markdown, which is very lightweight, and widely deployed, no you don't need to store the rendering." - Dave Winer
RT @KimWilsonBuck: @davewiner Truman Capote would have been a great blogger.
That's the Salt Lake City main public library in the background image. -
Re: Bloggers who made a difference -
"Philip is a great story teller, as is Doc." - Dave Winer
Interesting use of Fargo, not exactly sure what's going on.
The Internet is great because it's something we create together, and no one owns it.
In Depths of Columbus Circle, a Retail Hub Blooms.
Ask not what the Internet can do for you. -
Ecuador’s president is going “soft” on drug mules.
Joe Moreno on the first 20 years of blogging.
Why Facebook and Twitter should fear productivity apps.
RT @NateSilver538: The bullshitter's trick is to talk in generalities when questioned about details and to litigate trivia when questioned about principles.
Scion Loves Young People Who 'Get Off the Hamster Wheel'.
RT @Dries: 20 years of blogging by @davewiner. An amazing blog post in many ways.
Todd Lappin, a colleague of mine at Wired in 1995, explained what DaveNet meant to him. -
DaveNet is where it started, on October 7, 1994. -
Scripting News: 20 years of blogging. -
Re: Bloggers who made a difference -
"Thanks for the suggestion of Aaron Swartz. It got me thinking that it's finally time to write something, and I did." - Dave Winer
Scripting News: Why developers should use Facebook. -
I just described, in email, how I develop to a guy I used to work with a very long time ago. It was so concise, I felt it should be in the archive. -
Scripting News: Are Twitter and Facebook silos? -
Scripting News: Why I generally don't tag. -
Re: Must-watch: Connections -
"I hope more people watch it Britt. There's so much BS about how new stuff happens." - Dave Winer
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