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Compatibility of Weblogs and ISSN

joe clark has written a thoughful piece on the compatibility of Weblogs and ISSN registration:

"People who publish and maintain Weblogs have applied for ISSNs. Some registrars have immediately registered the Weblogs; others have categorically refused to register Weblogs at all; and still others have reluctantly or selectively registered them.

The evidence, however, indicates there are no justifiable reasons not to register Weblogs for ISSN providing they meet the regular criteria."

joe has some solid arugments, i'd like to see what the naysayers have to say. [ via zeldman ]

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9/25/2003 09:08:00 PM 0 comments


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