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  1. Anyway, knitting is very cool especially when women do it, but I was wondering if you would blog about something important like Microsoft/MSN releasing its customers’ search data to the feds.

    Is it true Microsoft/MSN provided all queries that were made by its customers over a two month period?

  2. Anyway, knitting is very cool especially when women do it, but I was wondering if you would blog about something important like Microsoft/MSN releasing its customers’ search data to the feds.

    Is it true Microsoft/MSN provided all queries that were made by its customers over a two month period?

  3. NO! to Comment by anon-january23,2006 I Saw something on Pc news or internet news they said no problem on blogs but search engine No Porn!

    anyway Yea Guys Do Knittings SO WHAT !?! It’s Hands that needs something to Do ( less stress )

  4. NO! to Comment by anon-january23,2006 I Saw something on Pc news or internet news they said no problem on blogs but search engine No Porn!

    anyway Yea Guys Do Knittings SO WHAT !?! It’s Hands that needs something to Do ( less stress )

  5. Scoble……If you are reading this………..

    Please try and get Raymond Chen to do a channel 9 video!!!! (I know you have uploaded his PDC video, but that does not count as a face-to-face interview).

    If anyone else wants to see a Raymond Chen video on Channel 9, please shout out!!!!!!!!

  6. Scoble……If you are reading this………..

    Please try and get Raymond Chen to do a channel 9 video!!!! (I know you have uploaded his PDC video, but that does not count as a face-to-face interview).

    If anyone else wants to see a Raymond Chen video on Channel 9, please shout out!!!!!!!!

  7. In a CNN interview with Mena Trott, she points out that knit blogging is a huge phenomenon, one that would be surprising only to those that don’t knit. (http://www.cnn.com/2005/TECH/internet/08/10/mena.trott/)

    I know my girlfriend’s knit gets a lot more visits and comments than my own blog. As blogging tools make it easier to set up communities, those communities with a high social/interactive component will (continue to) flourish online.

    Boys knit too. It’s like compiling string into a complex, interdependent garment. Eminently practical.

  8. In a CNN interview with Mena Trott, she points out that knit blogging is a huge phenomenon, one that would be surprising only to those that don’t knit. (http://www.cnn.com/2005/TECH/internet/08/10/mena.trott/)

    I know my girlfriend’s knit gets a lot more visits and comments than my own blog. As blogging tools make it easier to set up communities, those communities with a high social/interactive component will (continue to) flourish online.

    Boys knit too. It’s like compiling string into a complex, interdependent garment. Eminently practical.