Jason Kottke: kottke.org redesign, 2012 version. I have to say, the Tumblr mirror is very well done, and it makes a lot of sense (although as a minor quibble, it does mean variant URLs).
A bit of me is sad that even the mighty A-listers of old are feeling the need to put on various service-dependent buttons and mirrors. Another bit is realistic that this is where the eyes are. Ho hum.
Charles Duhigg, quoted on Jim Romenesko’s post, NYT reporter defends Forbes writer accused of ‘stealing’ his work.
For the context: Duhigg wrote about data mining for the Times (as quoted here previously), but the article came to the public’s attention largely through a summary of some of the more interesting parts in Forbes. Romenesko’s piece is a good look at what three participants - Duhigg; Kashmir Hill, who wrote the Forbes summary; and Nick O’Neill, who wrote about who got the attention - have to say about the turn of events.