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July 12, 2002

My Georgia Tech weblog

For a variety of reason, I haven't pointed to my Tech weblog from here; it's really meant for a Georgia Tech audience. But there's some good stuff over there, so tonight I'm pulling over items from that blog and publishing them here. One of the advantages of blogging for a smaller audience that isn't part of the larger blog community is that you can bring up stuff that's been blogged a hundred times in the larger community, and you get to sound like the expert, even though you're only the end node in a long chain. Hey, weblogs can make all of us look like experts!