Thu 24 Nov 2005 01:19:55 AM PST
DRM goes Mainstream, fun web sites
The abbreviation "DRM" makes its first appearance on the comics page. (via Boing Boing.) Make and Linux Journal should sign Jason Fox (c.o. Bill Amend) up for free subscriptions—he's the best example of the proto-hacker, freedom-loving kid point of view working in the Mainstream Media today.
Ever notice how when you say Sony with the italics, it's a good thing, and without the italics, it's a bad thing? (OK, "cite" tags.)
Technorati is working responsively, spam or no spam. So, in the immortal words of web developers everywhere, "Go ahead and hit reload."
Having fun with StumbleUpon. Good page on writing for the web: Jakob Nielsen says: "promotional language imposes a cognitive burden on users". Say what you mean to say, don't write innovative prose-based solutions for the enterprise.