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December 22, 2005

Web Founder Starts Blogging

So, I was looking for info on Nutcracker performances in our local paper online, when I came across this article. They didn't provide a URL, but apparently the Web's founder, Tim Berners-Lee, has finally started blogging.

Google provided the link (what would we do without google?):
timbl's blog

(And on the Nutcracker--I was really hoping to take the boys to see the Nutcracker again this year, but can't find any local performances between Christmas and New Year. *sigh* Didn't realize it would be mainly presented in early/mid December. Next year.)

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Strange, I thought Al Gore already had a blog...

Posted by: Doug at December 22, 2005 03:34 PM

I took my boys to see The Nutcracker, performed by the Russian ballet in Sydney, a couple of months ago. It was so beautiful! We loved it. What a shame you couldn't find a performance at this time of the year.

Posted by: missmellifluous at December 22, 2005 10:10 PM

Oh wow, Speaking of finding blogs, I was just reading stuff and found yours, and might i add YOUR BLOG IS COOOL!!! Lol. I think the mayor of my city has a blog of his own...hmmm not sure

Posted by: Meleny at December 22, 2005 10:54 PM

Really interesting! Well spotted.
And fascinating to realise this whole blogging thing is more like what he had in mind for the web!
Great blog by the way. I sail through this way periodically...

Posted by: Ant at December 28, 2005 06:24 AM


 
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