Selected Highlights from Guardian Technology (Because otherwise I just don’t get around to reading it now it’s no longer in the print edition).
What happens when a story breaks behind a paywall?
Blogging is dead, long live blogging.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange talks to Stephen Moss: “Journalism should be more like science.”
First there was the slow food movement, now there’s slow reading.
Posterous wants your WordPress blog; easy blog-import option launched.
Friends for sale: how (some) marketers and self-promoters are manipulating social media.
Books, Writing & Storytelling
Writers’ Houses: an online database of houses where writers used to live.
Writer and filmmaker Ryu Murakami will release his next novel on iPad, before the print version.
Useful Apps, Utilities & Downloads
AppInventor: create apps for Android with drag-and-drop options, no coding required.
Free downloads from San Francisco/Berkeley’s world-famous record store Amoeba Records.
GodBlock: a web filter for God-free browsing – but does it exist? (Try downloading and you’ll see why I ask.)
Tessa Jowell is a London landmark, according to Google.