DaveNet: Microsoft Supports RSS.
I'm keynoting, in May, in Cambridge, OSCOM.
Cisco Systems has 12 new RSS feeds. Latest News Releases, Content Networking, Partner, Routing, Security, Software, Standards, Storage Networking, Switching, Voice, Wireless, Features.
Matt Carter at Fawcette sends a pointer to their new RSS feed. He says it contains "all of our magazine articles, online stuff, code, interviews etc, updated twice a day." The subject of the message is Bandwagon Jumping. The bandwagon here is Microsoft. A remarkable movement, and a remarkable move by MS. They didn't reinvent RSS as they jumped in. This is a new idea for a BigCo. Of course there's still plenty of time for them to reinvent it. Praise Murphy!
Quite by coincidence today I had a meeting with Microsoft's Jean Paoli. It was the first Microsoft meeting I've had at Harvard. It was interesting to host such a meeting at one of the few institutions in the world that might have as much money as his employer. I got pictures of the elusive Mr Paoli, see below. We always have heated discussions. Today we may have found a way to get something new done.
Pictures from today's meeting with Jean Paoli of Microsoft.
Except mine actually works.
Fast Company has an RSS feed too. Bing!
Danny Sullivan of Search Engine Watch explains how to make an RSS feed. He walks through all the version confusions, but it's much simpler than that for most people, since many weblog tools these days automatically generate RSS feeds.
Jim Moore: "Charlie's idea is to run a candidate for President of the United States who is supported by the worldwide community of web-enabled activists. Essentially this person would be a second superpower candidate for the key power role in the first superpower."
Apple has four new RSS feeds. Thanks to Steven Garrity for the pointer.
We appear to have the glitches worked out, and now we're getting pings from the Persian weblogs on Weblogs.Com. I'm not sure why but Iran is a hot place for weblogs.
A list of legal weblogs, from LexisOne.
Once again, we will have a meeting tomorrow, Thursday April 3, at 7PM at Berkman Center, 1587 Mass Ave, Cambridge.
Jim Moore explains why China will win the war in Iraq.
Lance Knobel: "I'm trying to find more reasons to send letters so I can use my do-it-yourself fruit and veg stamps."
Lawrence Lee explains how spam filters work.
Little-known feature of Weblogs.Com, a ping circuit for RSS feeds.
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