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Filtered for Purity (04/28/98)
Bill Gurley on how to succeed in advertising: "There is no question in my mind that success-based models will eventually rule on the Web. This is not to say that...

Filtered for Purity (04/17/98)
I spent some time this week at C|Net's Web Builder conference, and heard "usability expert" Jared Spool go on and on about how expensive sites aren't necessarily usable sites. The...

Filtered for Purity (04/03/98)
The Academy of World Wide Web Arts and Sciences debuted this week. "The AW3AS is dedicated to recognizing and promoting the technical, artistic and literary creativity displayed on the World...

Filtered for Purity (03/27/98)
Guess Who's Coming On Line. My parents, that's who. Giant letters, Part I: Traywick Gallery, Berkeley's space for contemporary art. Giant letters, Part II: Zia Houseworks. Geek heaven, or what...

Filtered for Purity (03/20/98)
Technorealism, stating the obvious. Meta technorealism, berating the obvious. Technorealist, a simplified story in sixteen steps. Cryptofabulism, because information wants to be freaky. Speaking of technorealism... Feed blew it this...

Filtered for Purity (03/06/98)
Billg went to Washington this week, of course. He ate doughnuts. He better get used to eating doughnuts. Something tells me that this week's shenanigans will only whet the appetite...

Filtered for Purity (02/27/98)
Mozilla.org launches; a site built by developers for developers. The code base will come by the end of March...and you've gotta believe that Netscape engineers are busy cleaning, cleaning, cleaning....

Filtered for Purity (02/20/98)
Carl Steadman at Suck on The Brain. "If The Brain truly mirrored your thinking, it would simply keep track of the Web sites you visit, weighing the importance of each...

Filtered for Purity (02/13/98)
The week, in one page or less... Owen Thomas wrote an excellent analysis of the ICE (Information Content and Exchange) standard this week on Red Herring. The key idea: ICE...

Filtered for Purity (02/06/98)
"Like TV fans with a satellite dish, who imagine that they create their own entertainment out of an infinity of channels, the members of the audience feel as if...

Filtered for Purity (01/30/98)
This week I installed a new product from Natrificial Software Technologies called The Brain. I'm not really sure I buy into the whole "mind mapping" metaphor, but as a way...

Filtered for Purity (01/16/98)
This week it's all Microsoft, all the time. Getting down to brass tacks...what files are part of IE and what files are part of Windows? Knock, knock. Who's there? Japanese...

Filtered for Purity (01/09/98)
Less is more; but least is best. I spent part of the week in Chicago, so I missed the big party; which I heard was a blast. Instead I had...

Filtered for Purity (01/02/98)
So much going on. And so little time to figure it all out. On Monday, the San Jose Mercury News dissected Salon. "The brutal arithmetic says advertising and promotions still...

Filtered for Purity (12/26/97)
So much going on. And so little time to figure it all out. Suck's been predicting the future; it's just sad knowing that it will all come true, some way...

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