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Tim Jarrett, who works at Microsoft, comments on their Web Services release. I read about it earlier on Mark Pilgrim's site, but couldn't make heads or tails of what it is. Still confused. What did Microsoft release? BTW, I know Pilgrim redirects that link. Not sure why.



TechDirt reports on more nasty patents for Amazon.



News.Com runs an Amazon press release on the patents.



Ray Ozzie mourns the death of a colleague.















(image) Personally, I'd love to address the questions Meg raises, but when I try I get flamed. I had long talks about this with both Gillmor brothers when I met with them separately last week in Calif. It's been a constant theme. The problem isn't the technology. What incentive is there for me to walk into a flamewar? Don Park explained it when I saw him on Saturday. The spokes complain when the hub moves, said Don. Okay, that's probably right. The problem is easily solved -- when people other than me say no to the personal attacks when they come, it's easier to weather the storm. I get blamed for the messes, but honestly I want to clean them up. There are just a few "standard" attributes for OPML. Programmers don't like to be told to conform. But the rest of us have to encourage them to get over it.



Three years ago, an essay asking what to do about RSS.



Wired: "The biggest reunion to date of ex-Apple employees will converge on Silicon Valley next month."