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Saturday, May 29, 2004

12:06AM - QueersOfColor.org feed

QueersOfColor.org publishes on radical news, politics and commentary that strives to take into account the diverse overlaps among heterosexism, racism, male chauvinism, and class privilege that continue to marginalize queers of color, even by queer-supportive and anti-racist agendas that subtly impose their norms and restrictions.

The Livejournal feed for this site: queersofcolor.

3:21PM - Helsingin Sanomat, Tuoreimmat uutiset

Uusi syndikointi! hs_tuoreet, Helsingin Sanomat Tuoreimmat uutiset.
(New stories at the Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat.)

6:16PM - Dave Farber's Interesting People maillist

I have added farber_ip, which is David J. Farber's Interesting People mailing list running through a mail-to-RSS gateway service provided by MailBucket.

The list, which has been around for at least 11 years now, is a mix of technology and political news, and occasional commentary, all carefully filtered and disseminated by Internet enigma and former FCC Chief Technologist David J. Farber.

After much searching in vain for an RSS or Atom feed, I found this one after stumbling across mailbucket.org, and just on a whim, typing in what I thought a likely URL for a feed for the list would be. Jackpot. I'm sure it's not authorized, and who knows how long it will last.

A few caveats: MailBucket truncates long posts, doesn't decode quoted-printable (I've sent a bug report about that), and adds an unfortunate "report this message as spam" link, the consequences of following I'm not certain about. So it might be better to just subscribe to the mailing list and read posts the old-fashioned way.

7:22PM - Ms. Musings

I just created a feed for the new and improved Ms. Musings, the "daily journal on women, media and culture" from Ms. Magazine.

Check out ms_musings.


I ran across a blog with some interesting articles by people dealing with alcoholism and the act of quitting drinking. Here it is for anyone interested: wequitdrinking

9:16PM - Christopher Hyatt

Dr Christopher Hyatt, psychologist, philosopher and publisher of very odd books now has a blog, which I have added the syndication of to LJ. It's dr_hyatt_blog

Current mood: amused
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