DELETE HIS PERSONAL DATA ON THE INTERNET OF IDEAS?
To clear personal data over the Internet, is not easy, if not impossible, even if theoretically you have a right of access and that you can apply to the sites on which you registered to destroy your personal data...
posted by john - 10:42 pm
Sunday, June 16, 2002
Hi, I'm blogger John Hiler. You might remember me from such medical films as "Alice Doesn't Live Anymore" and "Mommy, What's Wrong With That Man's Face?".
Or if you haven't seen those fine films, I also write Microcontent News, an online magazine covering weblogs, webzines, and personal publishing. I've been using my own software (WebCrimson) to update Microcontent News, but it's only recently that we've made it easy for anyone to use WebCrimson to start a blog or zine.
I'll pull together a feature list for WebCrimson soon. If I had to tout one cool feature right now, it'd probably be our WYSIWYG editor. But the problem with mentioning that is that whenever I say we support wizzy editing in Internet Explorer, people get the idea that we don't support other browsers. We've worked really hard to support Opera, Netscape, and other browsers... we've even made WebCrimson work with Netscape 4.0! Trust me: I tested it on all those browsers personally.
Both sites are powered by our WebCrimson engine, the content management tool we've been bootstrapping with website consulting. It does a lot more than blogs and zines: we've got it powering Press Releases, Media Mentions, company lists, job listings, FAQs, and just about everything our clients have asked of us over the course of two years!
Up until now, WebCrimson's been more for our consulting team than for anyone else. But now with CrimsonBlog.com and CrimsonZine.com, you can set up a webcrimson-powered site by yourself pretty easily.
We're working now on making it equally easy to add all that other stuff... and adding documentation for all of our features. Stay tuned!
posted by john - 6:16 am
A quick overview of our sites:
CrimsonBlog.com - this is where you can create blogs, hosted either at yourname.crimsonblog.com or on your own server.
CrimsonZine.com - you can create your own zines here, hosted at yourname.crimsonzine.com... or of course, you can FTP it to your own server
novelbooksinc.com - this is the content management software that supports both crimsonblog and crimsonzine sites. Whatever site you create, you can come here to update it...