Month: January 2003

Reads of the day

One of those obvious things which nobody’s pointed out before: Information Architecture and journalism have similar objectives and they can learn much from each other. Read the article. It’s everywhere in the news: Public domain petitioners lose 7-2 to Congress, over the extension of copyright. Eldred v Ashcroft is a US case which has just …

Let’s get serious

A conference will be held in Austria on corporate weblogging. Find out more about the event at Blogtalk. Many bloggers are preparing papers for this event, including the creators of the ever-so-wonderful Movable Type. This morning’s best discovery: Full As A Goog, an all-in-one resource weblog for Macromedia applications. Go geeks, go geeks…

Who visits vantan.org?

Apart from the usual suspects (Singapore and unnamed Networks), these are the countries hitting on my server so far this month, in descending order: US Commercial (Old friends and relatives?) Australia (Bailz and random people, I guess 🙂 United Kingdom (lots of friends still working there, lucky bastards) US Educational (friends studying in the US. …

Older

Years – decades? – ago as a child, I’d sit, my eyes glued to the telly as I watched my favourite singers win awards. I’d exalt in their triumphs and get all smug about it the next day in school. Now, all I do is I gloat over Premier League scores. I just watched a …