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September 26, 2005

Loose Links: Week of 26 September

Super slow-motion moviettes made by David Alciatore. As Jason Kottke noted, the water in a punctured water-balloon holds its shape for a nanosecond or two.

¶ Spend an hour on Memory Lane, where Meg Hourihan, one of the founders of Blogger, recounts her life in technology and her relationship to a form of communication that not only survived the dot-com bust but thrived because of it. (That would be Web logging.) Meg's dim view of the recent adoption of a paid-subscription policy at The New York Times, still in the future when the interview was recorded in May, is well worth considering. Meg's blog, Megnut, has been given what looks like more than a facelift.

Posted by pourover at September 26, 2005 01:27 PM


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