The world of web content is changing before us. Just this week, the N.Y Times has gone on the record and indicated :
“We Will Stop Printing The New York Times Sometime In The Future”.
The way we get news has been for a long time been changing. Some companies have had for while a problem on how we use their content.
With the way the content is shared and presented, there is bound to be people who wan’t a piece of the $$$ pie. Here is a good post on some of the types of news aggregation, and some of the litigation/settlements in the misunderstandings on who has a right to publish the data. Or even, who owns the data. On the outs is the RSS feed reader.
On of the first memories I have from my childhood is when Nixon stepped down and Ford took the reigns. I did not know about the UNC connection with Gerald Ford til recently. I always heard that Ford was some sort of good athlete.
I start a new job with the Administration of the Courts in the Technology division on 18th. It says on this web site that their web site is pretty good. Here is a report from Gartner on the Project. [old site]
Tom Gardner found the lessons from Lewis’ book quite applicable to
general stock investing and very relevant in his search for
undiscovered, unloved, and undervalued small-cap Hidden Gems.
[part1] [part2] [part3] [part4] [part5]
The Democratic Convention has a blog.
From the roots blog
Cagle on MSN