From: Dave Winer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jan 08 2001 - 20:17:40 PST
I'm tired or I would write you a tutorial. Luckily I wrote one a couple of
I assume this is what you want. If your weblog system supports XML-RPC
and/or SOAP we'll adapt to your tool too. Or is that too tool? I'm tired.
Can you tell! (Hold on I said that at the beginning of the msg.)
I'm repeating myself. Oy!
Off for my daily dose of Blogger. (I got interviewed by Newsweek about them
earlier this evening. I said nice things of course.)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Strata Rose Chalup" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, January 08, 2001 7:59 PM
Subject: stepping up to the plate...
> Hey FoRKers, I hope those of us who blog are stepping up to the
> plate to keep blogging flowing smoothly...see the blogger homepage
> for details.
> I hadn't been blogging to Mobilis in ages, and realized a lot of it
> was that I needed to MIRV my blog presence so that I could in a
> few ways mirror the way I currently save and bookmark things. So
> I just fired up a handful of new blogs.
> I am planning out a blogalike service that extends the model
> significantly in line with how I tend to file things and squirrel them
> away. Right now it takes a very kludgy intersection of blog, Radio
> Userland (in which I still haven't found one click publishing, Dave,
> what am I doing wrong?), ftp, and hand-pushing of bookmark files to make
> even a dent. My bookmark file grows at roughly 30K/month, and my online
> article stash at approx 200M/month. I'd like to share that with others
> without spending huge amounts of time on overhead. I hope I can cadge a
> few of you folks into implementing for me at reasonable rates later this
> year. :-) Nope, not as a startup, I want this open source. Volunteers
> for glory eagerly accepted. :-) :-)
> http://www.virtual.net/blog/ <-- Mobilis in Mobili, the entry point;
> boring! :-)
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