Rivera is famous for courting both controversy and Frida Kahlo; and also for concealing his politics in displays of public art. Rivera's medium to convey his politics was public art. Today's Google Logo honors the 125th birthday of Mexican painter...
Don Dodge Chats with Memeorandum Founder, Gabe Rivera The Ethics and Politics of Search Engines Today's search podcast covers BMW being banned by Google for spamming;
cool new tools from Google Sitemaps; scanning the blogosphere with Memeorandum...
Via Scobleizer, a very interesting interview by Don Dodge (ex AltaVista now at MS) with the founder of Memeorandum, Gabe Rivera. Gabe Rivera: For readers of Digg (or Reddit, and to some extent, Slashdot), I'd say Memeorandum is:
Further to my
earlier post on the new Memeorandum blog and news service, I heard back from
creator Gabe Rivera on whether keyword search would be coming, more about how
sources are added and dropped and what other vertical topics may be coming.
Creator Gabe Rivera explains more about the
here on the site's blog and how it's designed to tap into authoritative
commentators and stories in various areas. Postscript: See More On Memeorandum with comments from creator Gabe Rivera on...