Following up yesterday’s rumours, it can now be seen that, officially, LiveJournal has been sold to SixApart. The details look pretty good – the service will remain much as-it-is, nobody will be ‘migrated’ to TypePad or MoveableType, and – better yet – LiveJournal might actually (finally) get some much-needed new features, such as trackback (which can be seen in effect right here, on my post yesterday – this post will be linked as a ‘trackback’ comment, because this post follows it up – with trackback, this kind of thing can be posted cross-journal, too).
The Right To Read
[this post was lost during a server failure on Sunday 11th July 2004; it was partially recovered on 21st March…
Immersive Storytelling - Thoughts on Virtual Reality, part 3
In the final part of his three-part look at the future of VR storytelling, Dan summarises some of what he's…
Edge may be becoming Chromium-powered, and that's terrible
It's rumoured that Edge might switch to Chrome's rendering engine. This would be really, really bad for the web, and…
Dan tries to tell a bank that their website is insecure. You'd think it'd be easier than this.