wonderful world wide web part II

by P

It still is amazing. Finally a day of reveling in the incomprehensible wealth of bits and pieces that make up the world wide web. Feels like those sleepless nights in 1994 all over again, when Netscape Navigator had just come out and everyone had to build a website. Today’s highlights: Lawrence Lessig talks about Fair Use / Google Book Search at an amazing video sharing site called youtube, which reminds me of flickr, but for video. Then a friend sent this link to what must be one of the all-time great music videos (and I rediscovered the funky little animation with the disco ball on the same site). And something a little more useful, writely lets you write text documents in your browser and work on them with other people at the same time.