24th November 2003
This entry was going to be another list of links, together with a note about how much I really needed to set up a separate link blog. Then I realised that it would make more sense just to set one up so that’s exactly what I’ve done. I still need to implement the archive but it’s getting dark so I’m posting this and heading home.
My main points of inspiration were Paul Hammond’s bookmark store, Mark Pilgrim’s b-links, Anil Dash’s Daily Links and Jason Kottke’s Remaindered Links. Since there didn’t seem to be any naming convention I decided to call them blogmarks, which isn’t a new term but doesn’t seem to have a widely accepted meaning yet either.
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