Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Cory Dotorow gets it, commenting on the foolishness of newspapers not making their online archives open--if the dinosaurs don't adapt, they will eventually be replaced in the online discourse, which is rapidly becoming the dominant and first-response discourse of the culture. Dan Gillmor gets into the nitty gritty of how to make it happen for the papers, and why they can't afford to wait.

Cory's other great idea today: a sticky pad for your fridge, where you can adhere glasses, Moleskine, phone, etc. I like that--my fridge is one of the few central nodes of the house where I can be assured I am returning to again and again.