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August 26, 2004 by joetheblow
SOURCE: Boston Globe.com

A technology whiz strives to make life simpler
At home with MIT Professor John Maeda
By Katie Johnston, Globe Staff | August 26, 2004

John Maeda is a man with a lot on his mind. The MIT professor of media arts and sciences thinks about how to make technology simpler; he thinks about using the computer as a mode of expression rather than simply as a tool; he thinks about making digital art from Cheetos and sugar crystals.

Something the man Esquire magazine de...
August 26, 2004 by joetheblow
SOURCE: CNET NEWS.com

Blog's the word in big business
Last modified: July 23, 2004, 3:47 PM PDT
By Paul Festa
Staff Writer, CNET News.com

BERKELEY, Calif.--Long heralded as a way for the masses to wrest the Internet back from corporate control, the Web log has emerged as the hottest new enterprise tool.

That's a key message emerging from BlogOn 2004, "The Business of Social Media," a two-day conference at the University of California's Haas School of Business here, where blog softw...
August 26, 2004 by joetheblow
SOURCE: CNET NEWS.com

Reservoir blogs: Fan fakes Tarantino diary
Published: August 26, 2004, 10:36 AM PDT
By Stefanie Olsen
Staff Writer, CNET News.com

Celebrity impostors no longer need plastic surgery to be like the stars they covet--not when they have blogs.

A would-be fan of Quentin Tarantino, the writer and director of such movies as "Kill Bill" and "Reservoir Dogs," among others, has created a pulp fiction of his own, Web-style. He or she has penned a Web log, or diary, that ...
August 13, 2004 by joetheblow
is there a way to move the content from one blog to another blog on joe user????

Thanks!!!
August 4, 2004 by joetheblow
As a security guard I know this is true. Sadly many officers do not get treated very well and when things are reported, it depends on if the company cares or not. it could be extremely important, but fall on death ears. Most of those who work are struggling and don't wish to be noticed. Others are going to school and are trying to live while working. These are the people who get taken advantage of.

Read the article from USA Today. It paints a sad picture of the people who protect us when we e...
August 4, 2004 by joetheblow
SOURCE: kasia in a nutshell

Keep your weblog clean!
By kasia in a nutshell: February 27, 2004

It appears that comment spam is here to stay, and attacking the source produces little to no results. Best we can do is get rid of the pesky trash they throw our way and move on with our lives.

The more we delete - the less reason they have to continue, so with all this diligence why is the spam still around? Because not everyone appears to care. Those who don't are the ones providing the spa...
August 3, 2004 by joetheblow
This is what I needed. I had a major issue about security in NY (and quite frankly elsewhere) and I landed on this part of the MSNBC site called the Capitol Advantage.

Or called The legislative Action Center.


Anyway, go check it out, and be careful about the posting part. If your speaking in privacy, then make sure you don't select that button. Even if you do, just don't select any where to be posted.

Good Luck!

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August 3, 2004 by joetheblow
With one blog posted just hours ago here, not what I find is that some of the data used is old. Now that might not be as bad as it might sound. Sometimes something that was done in the past might have made it to the table of someone making some decisions. Ad it to current data and you have something to worry about. Ergo, terror alert raised.

You know what is so funny about all of this? More people die from car accidents, drugs, and just regular crimes then in terrorist attacks. The part 'terr...
August 3, 2004 by joetheblow
Here is an article form on of my favorite blogs, Slate. He speaks to how there were no more terrorist attacks in America is more likely because of better surveillance and good police teamwork. some of his views I agree with while others I don't.

what I agree with:
An attack is years or months in the making.
The greatest blow to al-Qaida has come from the removal of its haven in Afghanistan and the disruption of the permissive environment it enjoyed in numerous countries.

what I don't agr...
August 2, 2004 by joetheblow
Anifanatics everywhere should appreciate good comedy, or sarcasm, when it lifts its head. Political Cartoons are no exception to this. Cox and Forkum new blog post clears the air on feminist revolution in a world of terrorism:

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Cox and Forkum (From Home To Grave)
August 1, 2004 by joetheblow
I just found this, and I have to admit I think I saw it before but didn't care. Anyway, its cool and maybe someone else would like to know about it.
July 8, 2004 by joetheblow
Is JoeUser ever going to allow a user to have multiple blog groups? Like at least 4? I know having too many can be bothersome as one person will have all these groups.

Me, I need it for fun and for personal business. I want to use the blog technology for some things (like weddings, parties and way more other stuff)

Is there a pay feature coming soon? Is Blog Navigator that feature?
March 11, 2004 by joetheblow
Can someone help me out? I seem to be a little lost today.
March 1, 2004 by joetheblow
Source: New York Times

MONEY AND BUSINESS/FINANCIAL DESK | June 22, 2003, Sunday
Executive Life; The Corporate Blog Is Catching On

By THOM WEIDLICH (NYT) 1009 words
Late Edition - Final , Section 3 , Page 12 , Column 1
DISPLAYING FIRST 50 OF 1009 WORDS - CORPORATE executives aren't known as the spill-their-guts type. But some are beginning to participate in an activity once thought to be the preserve of technology geeks and political ... Executives are beginning to ...

Blogs...
February 23, 2004 by joetheblow
Hello

I am just wondering what the statis is on having more than on group blog to one account. As of now the limit is one. I read that eventually there will be more for paying customers so I am wondering if this is on its way to becoming a reality as of yet.

I would love to make another sub-account and manage it all under my main account. If it helps any, I bought the winCustomize broswer.