My colleague Tamara has just started a weblog called I-Space, and although she’ll certainly disclaim the design as simply the product of a prefab template, no matter, I think it looks great. She has already imprinted her voice on her space, and I’m very curious to see how that changes over time. One of the most fascinating things in the weblog world is how writing and style change over time, from one thing to another, depending on a dozen variables at least. So welcome Tamara, and hope you enjoy this odd kind of communication!
Archives for October 2002
Looks like turquoise is the new orange, at least on the new Daily Report design by Jeffrey Zeldman. Check out a very nice looking site, design in progress.
about Google and their perceived power lately, but “Google Gods” is a bit over the top for an article title, especially one that’s as ambivalent about its subject as that one. I’m still not sure what they mean.
Smart Mobs before long. I’ve enjoyed Rheingold’s work for years, and I am quite confident that this will be a very interesting and worthwhile read. If you’re looking for a book that will provoke thought down interesting paths, I am certain, sight unseen, that this book will do the trick.
worldwide press freedom index. Canada is fifth, just a tick behind the four countries tied for first. Otherwise it’s the usual suspects – the industrial democracies, you might say. Costa Rica and Slovenia are both interesting entries in the top 15, and Benin comes in 6th, tied with the UK.