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Weblogging Writing

Won’t be reviewing Radio

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. I was in the process of writing a review of Radio for O’Reilly Network when I was aghast to see the publication of a smallish review of Radio by Jon Udell within this publication on Friday. As happens sometimes in a publication that has many parts, one part did not know what the other […]

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Technology

Radio and P2P – not

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. Okay, I’ll be the first to admit I’m a mood today, but there’s few things that tick me off more than this application of “P2P” to any old technology that comes along. And then this proud standing back as if all is explained. Give me a break. John throws this simple […]

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Technology

Radio and P2P

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. John did respond, in his comments, to my query ,in his comments, about Radio and P2P: I need a real P2P system to pull this off. Something that can go through firewalls and NATs. Unfortunately, most P2P systems are run by people that are only interested in Napster-style file transfer (essentially […]

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Weblogging

My Thanks

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. I forgot to extend my thanks to all the folks who are providing me with Radio 8.0 feedback. Phil Ringnalda went so far as to post his very in-depth review online. Another person who asked to be NAMELESS also spent considerable time pointing out gotchas and work arounds and other interesting tidbits. […]

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Weblogging

Radio Blog Entry First Day

Posts from throughout the first day testing Userland’s Radio blogging tool on January 17th, 2002. Recovered from the Wayback Machine. 1:42pm Sneak in a little test of Radio 8.0 while Dave’s at InfoWorld. Trying out the Windows-based version first, Mac OS X later. 1:54pm Dave and Userland’s interpretation of a cloud is virtually identical to […]