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Dean Peters asks how many syndication formats he should implement.
It occurred to me today that I hadn't seen an update from Evan Williams in quite some time, so I went to his weblog to see if he had been udpating, and sure enough, he had. I guess they stopped maintaining his RSS feed. In doing a bit of checking for the Peters piece, above, I came across this concern: "...programs will express compatibility in terms of products, not formats. Then you'd have to use one aggregator to read BBC feeds, for example, and another to read SF Chronicle feeds." Well I guess we didn't have to wait too long for that to happen.
If you know anyone at Google, call em up and tell them this sucks. At the Thursday meeting Jim Moore, who apparently is friends with Eric Schmidt, couldn't believe he'd be nasty to the bloggers. I know Eric too, he is a nice guy. But here's the deal about nice guys. Sometimes they fuck you. And everyone says "But he's such a nice guy."
Mike Walsh previews the Bush appearance on Meet The Press tomorrow. "His handlers must be sleepless worrying that maybe he will say something unpresidential."
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