Posts tagged ‘rss’

People don’t really want to make their own newspapers

When blogs emerged out of the basement to become a cultural force, they brought an accompanying technology along with them. RSS (which stands for Really Simple…

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Printable Editions of Hyper-Local Blogs

At Northern Voice, Rob from Techvibes introduced me to Frank, who (I gather) created ZinePal. Here’s the elevator pitch on ZinePal: Use zinepal.com to create your…

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An Old RSS Pet Peeve

When website managers first discovered RSS, back in 2003 or so, feeds were often published like this: That’s from the Canucks site. They list these two…

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Group Your RSS Feeds By Usage, Not Topic

Over at Merlin Mann’s 43 Folders (who recently sent a schwack of traffic to this old post), I read Wood Tang’s interesting theory on reorganizing your…

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How Would You Use FriendFeed?

James recently hooked me up with an invitation to FriendFeed. They offer a mega-feed of all your social media activity. It’s kind of a web-wide version…

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Digg Without the Ron Paul Bollocks

I’m a Canadian Digg user (and in a small minority, as you might expect). I have a fleeting interest in American politics, but I don’t give…

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Finding the Best Stuff in Your RSS Feeds

I got a beta invite to AideRSS, but it seems they’ve already launched. In any case, I found some time recently to check it out. First,…

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I’ve Started a Links Blog

There are lots of websites I visit which are interesting, but for whatever reason don’t merit a blog post. Maybe I’ve just written about something similar,…

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