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[Emergent Chaos: The Emergent Chaos Jazz Combo of the Blogosphere] (Posted by Adam) The EFF has done some great work on how high resolution color printers are embedding tracers in every document...
[Zillman.blogspot.com] Marcus P. Zillman, MS, AMHA Author/Speaker/Consultant: Major technology companies such as Microsoft and IBM are endorsing blogging as a means of enhancing companies' communications channels while at the same time eyeing them as potential profit-boosters. At a recent conference held at the University of California Berkeley's Haas Business School, IBM Almaden Research Center director James Spohrer outlined his company's plans for integrating blogging into its employee communication strategies: "It's about decreasing social space between employees, and increasing the amount of knowledge shared between people." An example might contain some of an individual's educational background and work experience, as well as information on product development strategies that colleagues and customers can access around the clock.
[Monkeytime.org] Monkey Media Report: The SC newspaper The State has an impressive obit package with lots of pics and assorted hilarity, but somehow manages to leave out the fascinating story of Essie Mae Butler, who is almost certainly the daughter of Thurmond and a teenage black maid who worked for his family in the 1920s. (Unless, that is, you can come up with some other reason a diehard segregationist would financially support a young black girl through college.) The State couldn't even find room in a story about Thurmond's well-known sexual "appetites"
[Stargeek.com] Weblog Changes: A little historyfrom a long-time user: Movable Type owes its success first of all toBen and Mena having done a great job designing, implementing andupdating a product with an excellent user interface and superbdocumentation, and secondly to having it ready at just the right timeto catch the blogging wave. But the third factor in Movable Type'ssuccess was the army of evangelists and contributors who sold theproducts to their friends, businesses and community organizations, andwho contributed bug reports, bug fixes, responses on the bulletinboards, and great plug-ins.
[Temp.starklawlibrary.org] Stark County Law Library Blawg: October 2003 Archives: From the blog: "Today the WSJ reported on a the results of privacy study conducted last month by the Ponemon Institute, an organization "dedicated to advancing ethical information and privacy management practices in business and government." There is no link available to the text of the study. However the article states that its author, Larry Ponemon, "a pioneer in the development of privacy audits" found that "of more than "5,500 individuals contacted last month, 36% of respondents agreed with the statement that [the Department of] Homeland Security is "committed to protecting the privacy of my personal information." Forty-three percent in the study disagreed, while 21% were unsure."