If you haven't yet tuned into Tim Bray's weblog, you're missing a rare treat. For those of us whose bedtime reading does not run to the likes of Herodotus' Histories ("in the Aubrey de Sélincourt translation"), have never photographed an odometer, and do not casually toss off tutorials on binary search and Unicode, it can be a bit intimidating. But it is also a pure delight. "I propose that we define a weblog as a conversation between a person and the world," Tim wrote last month. Speaking for the world, it's going to be a challenge to hold up our end of that conversation!
Former URL: http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/2003/04/07.html#a657