Yahoo News in RSS. Major bing!
Tiny Yahoo Coffee Mugs make it easy to subscribe to the new feeds in Radio UserLand.
Jeremy Zawodny: "RSS is alive at well at Yahoo. Watch for more in the future."
I just got an email asking me what "bing" means.
Dinner on Saturday will be at 5:30PM Pacific at Henry's Hunan on Sansome near Broadway, in beautiful sunny SF. This will make sure that Scoble and I and anyone else who's invited have time to eat, and make it over to the Pirillo's for their house cooling party.
Ed Cone says John Edwards could use a clue about the Web, calling it "that big stick Howard Dean is beating the crap out of you with." So true, and Dean doesn't even use it that well. The first candidate that helps voters publish their own stories and ideas and drive the campaign is the one who really captures the energy of the Web. So far Dean has used the Web to raise money to spend on big rallies and TV ads. That's using the Web in kind of a nasty way. But he also helps people find what's good inside themselves. That's why people give him the money. I want a candidate to use the Web to listen. It doesn't take much money to do that.
Graeme Foster reports that PopHeadlines, an aggregator, supports enclosures. Added it to the appropriate lists.
The move to Harvard scrambled the rankings for RSS on Google. I guess they don't follow redirects? Hmmm.
BlogHerald says Yahoo is shopping for a blogging tools company.
BBC: "A court rules that an injunction against posting online code for copying DVDs does not violate freedom of speech."
MetaWeblog API: "It is now safe to deploy applications based on this spec."
What a beautiful remembrance of Doc's mother. "And now, as she so often said, it's time to get back to work."
Wired: "Global geeks getting an MIT education."
Jake Savin: "I'm writing in my browser, and loving it all over again. Writing this post feels a lot like writing in Manila for the first time, and that feels really good."
FYI, I got a press advisory this morning, via email, from the Dean campaign. That's very cool. Someone decided that even though I write for a weblog, I count as a press person. The advisory contained Dean's schedule for Saturday, a full day of campaigning in New Hampshire. Let's hope the other candidates tune in and start inviting people with weblogs to visit with their campaign.
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