at our monthly weblogger’s gathering tonight (it was at La Cabane, not Nantha’s) I met Karl Dubost, newly arrived (returned, in fact) in Montreal from France.
at the New York Times: The Year in Internet Law. Several experts discuss the most important stories of 2001 in the domain where the web and the law intersect.
everyone! A hearty thanks to everyone who reads mikel.org throughout the year. 2002 will feature the 2nd anniversary of this weblog and will also mark the 7th anniversary of my publishing a personal site on the web. Two things that will come in 2002: a new more flexible design with some enhanced services built in, plus I’ll be making a serious attempt to post occasional longer articles on something approaching a regular schedule.
is taking a break: “At this time, The Web Standards Project, which has been winding down for the past two years, takes a gentle leave of absence. When needed, we will make ourselves heard in other ways, in other places – and perhaps mark the occasion with a small note here.”
widely referred to on the web, but it’s worth it! Google, who took over DejaNews’ service some months ago, has announced that a 20 Year Archive now Available on Google Groups. The link is to a very cool timeline referencing the first time certain things occurred or were mentioned in Usenet.