Sat 06 Sep 2014 03:19:53 PM PDT
Thank you for linklogging
Dave Winer writes,
The idea is to start a great flow of news to Twitter and Facebook, while enabling new networks to boot up on the open web, building on the RSS support.
When you post using Radio3, you're helping a new open web news network boot up. It's like using solar or wind energy, or riding a bike instead of driving. It's good for the environment.
Linklogs aren't new. Some examples...
Some cool things about Radio3 are...
It's easy to use
It hooks up to Twitter, so you can share links with both your free-range web friends and with Twitter users.
Anyway, if you don't have a linklog because it's too hard, you might want to give Radio3 a try. When everyone else is writing long anguished blog posts about how Twitter is burying your links by going from neutral "following" to some kind of secret algorithm, you can already be set up for whatever the new thing is. (If you try it, please mail me and let me know your linklog URL.)
These are from old linklog links. Worth a second look if you missed them the first time they went past.
Mike Hadlow: Coconut Headphones: Why Agile Has Failed
Dr. Michael Wu: Consumers under the influence
Jeremiah Shoaf: Taking A Second Look At Free Fonts
Adactio: Our Comrade The Electron
Alexis C. Madrigal: A 26-Story History of San Francisco
Angie Schmitt: Smart Growth America: Sprawl Shaves Years Off Your Life
Ian Morris: The Slaughter Bench of History
Charlie Stross: Generation Z
- Barton Hinkle: The Dumbest Federal Policy You'll Read About Today
michaelochurch: 3 mean-spirited HR policies that can kill a tech company.
David Kopel: The First Amendment Guide to the Second Amendment
Zack Weinberg: Redesigning Income Tax
MediaPost | Online Media Daily: White House Warns 'Big Data' Can Lead To Discrimination
Benjamin Ross: The Counterculture Looks for Parking
Geoff Shullenberger: Work and Non-Work under Digital Capitalism
inessential.com: The Old Reader on Good Ol’ RSS
Jonathan Cohn: Gallup: Uninsured Rate Is Lowest We've Ever Recorded
Tyler Cowen: Some neglected Gary Becker open access pieces
Adam Lashinsky, Sr. Editor at Large: Yes, we're in a tech bubble. Here's how I know it
Josh Harkinson: Will American Pot Farmers Put the Cartels out of Business?
Digg Top Stories: Should Your Job Exist?
Peter Suderman: The Ethanol Disaster
Greg Storey: And They All Look Just the Same
The Old Reader: behind the scenes: In Defense of Publishers
Geoff Shullenberger: Corporatization and the Bullshit Jobs Effect
Chris Hulls, Life360: Patent trolls have come after my startup. I’m fighting back
Nelson Minar: Scribd and Quora considered harmful
Nathan Donato-Weinstein: Younger and wealthier, Caltrain riders opt out of traffic
Ricardo Hausmann: Piketty’s Missing Knowhow
Cory Doctorow: What's the story with the Makerbot patent?