From the monthly archives:

March 2006

It's been interesting to watch the evolution of the blogosphere's reaction to the Microsoft Vista and Apple stories - both of which started out as big headlines (complete with exclamation marks) about a lot of code being rewritten in the Microsoft OS and Steve Jobs selling a bunch of stock, but evolved as smart bloggers…

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A chat with Michael Robertson

by Mathew on March 25, 2006

I know that all the fuss about Michael Robertson and ajaxWrite.com was ages ago in blog time - days being the same as years in the blogosphere - but I wanted to write about it anyway, because Michael said some interesting things to me in an email that I wanted to pass on. Besides, I…
Some of you out there in blog-land may know that I've been helping to organize a Web 2.0 conference here in Toronto over the past few months - along with my technology reporter/blogger colleague Mark Evans from the National Post, lawyer/blogger Rob Hyndman, entrepreneur/blogger Mike McDerment and Expedia.ca founder (and now blogger) Stuart MacDonald -…

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Well, I guess the blog hiatus I mentioned yesterday didn't last too long - my old friend Dave Winer has gone and done something outrageously stupid, even for Dave (and that's saying something). After a couple of posts in which he made cryptic comments about someone stealing ideas from him, and how he was going…

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If posting is light over the next couple of weeks, please don't be concerned - I'm in Florida, enjoying a little sun and sand and relaxation with the family. If you know the state at all, it's a little town called Venice, just south of Sarasota - very quiet. Not much happens here, and that's…

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