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March 26, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Soooo the question is, when WILL there be a crackdown on blogging???

Sooner or later, especially with political blogs (like this one maybe??? Joe User down and out???)
January 19, 2005 by joeKnowledge
Links Archive Clusters are basically clusters of snippets from different website that provide interesting stories in technology, science, business, education and art. This isn't the first Links Archive Cluster, but I have decided to do it in 2 formats.

One can be seen here, and the other is from using Blog Navigator Pro of which is below. In the coming weeks, I will write (hopefully) a new article on Blog Navigator and how useful it is to creating your own knowledge base of archived stories a...
January 19, 2005 by joeKnowledge
SOURCE: The AC Guild on Joe User

Interesting Facts About The Ringsthe lord of the ringsBy: CaptainCornbreadSo, I was looking through the 2005 edition of the Guinness book of world records and on pages 173, 176, and 179 I found (in my opinion) the greatest trilogy ever making rather impressive records.

Let's start with the most well known. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King jumped into the record books with accepting 11 American Academy Awards. The awards were for Best Picture, ...
January 17, 2005 by joeKnowledge

An Iranian cleric turns blogger for reformPublished: January 16, 2005, 7:50 PM PST - By Nazila Fathi

Mohammad Ali Abtahi, a vice president of Iran until his resignation last fall in protest against the new hard-line Parliament, is that rare reformist who has kept alive the movement's promise for open communications with the public.

For more than a year, Abtahi, a midranking cleric who has been a close ally and confidant of President Mohammad Khatami, has kept a We...
December 20, 2004 by joeKnowledge
SOURCE: More Than Just a Mommy on Kids Given More Rights Than AdultsWashington Supreme Court Sucks!By: JillUser

You may have heard about the Washington State Supreme Court's ruling on banning parental telephone eavesdropping.  If not, you should look into it and be afraid.  What the hell are they thinking?!

A 17yr old kid assaults an old woman and steals her purse.  Some parents have an idea of who did it so they are on the look out.  A mom listens i...
December 6, 2004 by joeKnowledge

Wikinews And The Growing Wikimedia Empire (Internet)

By Eloquence
Sun Dec 5th, 2004 at 07:53:56 AM EST

After almost two months of deliberation and voting, the Wikimedia Foundation has now officially launched the Wikinews project in English and German editions. More languages will follow soon. Wikinews aims to be to news media what Wikipedia is to encyclopedias: a free, comprehensive and, eventually, reliable source of information, collaboratively created by volun...
December 6, 2004 by joeKnowledge
This blog speaks to the problem and the possibility of other blogging sites taking the same line of thinking along with it.

Source:  December 06, 2004Blogspam == DNS Attack 

I'm starting to think blogspam is the equivalent of a DNS attack. Currently, I'm effectively shut down. I cannot blog, because if I post an entry, I cannot allow feedback. My comments, if opened, will be open to predations by hundreds of blog spam comments a day. I don't have time to...
November 20, 2004 by joeKnowledge
This maks me wonder about my own cell carrier. I bet if I ask them about my first late payment and how if I don't renew will I have to pay a fee anyway for leaving (the same fee I would get for leaving now). I bet it would be the same.

The only good thing about that is that I want the T-Mobile SideKick and plan on renewing anyway because I need (well, actually want) the Sidekick and its web capabilities. I could pobably get something else for less that goes on the web, but the SideKick is so ...
November 20, 2004 by joeKnowledge
This is the first of what I hope to be a series of editorials from bloggers all across the net (but more likely from JoeUser, Modblog and a few other blogs I go to like Blogspot) and their editorial on a specific topic. A few of my favorite bloggers are Frogboy (aka Dranginal) and Bakerstreet. Along with little-whip and others from the blogging commnuity, I will try to pick editorials that I think are pretty on point or even just make a point that is arguable and somehow articulated well.

November 11, 2004 by joeKnowledge
Since I will eventually be using DX for stuff, this is a nice blog by Frogboy (Brad Wardell) about the differences and simularities between the 2 programs.

The battle for the widgetfied desktop

October 9, 2004 by joeKnowledge

Blogging Beyond The Spin Cycle
Steve McGookin, 10.08.04, 2:55 PM ET

It's official. The spin cycle has now overtaken the news cycle.

The opening debate between George W. Bush and John Kerry was predictably characterized by the usual spin-alley frenzy of rebuttal, pre-buttal and slant. The same, no doubt, will be true of their second debate, scheduled for this evening.

But this year, all of that is augmented by a constant stream of real-time analysis from an army...
September 13, 2004 by joeKnowledge
The compatition is fierce out there!!! Well, glad to be amonst the many. besides I know I am going to be different.

Anyway, this blog is pretty nice. Has links to all sort of Anime sites and on-line comics. It makes going to the authors site a web-junction of sorts. Check it out by clicking the link below. I'm going to farm some of the links I like and blog about them later.
August 29, 2004 by joeKnowledge
I put up the last stuff in joetheblow account for the Links Archive. The next update will be here. All my links to stories and chops of articles will be posted here from now on. I still have my raw favorites links to upload from my internet explorer and then that is it.

I decided to keep everything where it is and not to move the data over here until a later date.

The next full update for joeKnowledge and the links archive is October 25 2004. It will be more organized with Save fo...
May 23, 2004 by joeKnowledge
I am writing because I am dieing to have one account on joeuser instead of 2.

I am in need of using this bloging platform for my personal and professional use and I need to have it all on one spot.

I see that there is this thing called Blog Navigator. If I purchase it can I have one blog with sub-blogs like I would like to have???