BLOGLINES MOBILE

Some of you may have another reason to consider setting up Bloglines to organize your list of the websites that you read daily: it’s immediately useful on a mobile device with an Internet browser. (Here’s my short introduction to blogs and Bloglines.)More...

BLOG AGGREGATORS

If you’re interested in technology, one of the first sites to check in the morning is TechMeme, a wildly popular service that checks thousands of blogs and news sites and presents a constantly updated overview of the day’s hot topics in an organized way....

KEEPING UP WITH BLOGS

Let’s talk about blogs and RSS feeds. It might have more relevance than you think.If you’re like most people, most of your web surfing time is spent visiting the same few web sites every day. That might start with news pages and weather, then a few pages...

BITTORRENT & BAGGAGE NEUTRALITY

Advocates of “network neutrality” have trouble conveying the real world implications of an arcane-sounding technical issue. Two items in the news help illustrate why it’s an issue to fight about.”Network neutrality” is the underlying...

TOP 100 BLOGS

Looking through blogs (“web logs”) occupies most of my web-surfing time these days. Everybody has heard the term but some people aren’t sure what a blog is or where to find one.Whether you realize it or not, you’ve already started reading...

COMCAST PUTS ON THE BRAKES

The press occasionally notices that Comcast limits the amount of bandwidth that a cable subscriber is allowed to use. The Washington Post just published an article about the Comcast bandwidth caps.The idea is that a handful of people download a huge amount of data...