NewsRiver 0.30 supports reading lists.
Hey there's quite a bit of movement in aggregator-land. Nick Bradbury has a public beta of FeedDemon 2.0. I recall he more or less said he'd support reading lists too. I wonder if that's happened yet?
Radio France avez les podcasts. Bing!
John Palfrey on RSS and coypright.
12/12/05: "Yahoo doubled their share of the online news market by adopting RSS and sending readers away as fast as they can. Who to? Their competitors, of course."
Of course the diagram of HyperCamp belongs on the HyperCamp weblog.
Future Tense: "Two startup companies are working on new wireless technologies that will let neighbors tie together their DSL and cable modems to make for a much faster Internet connection."
Ross Rader: "Jason's theory sounds like crap to me."
Gizmodo: "Here's a great way to make some extra cash." !
The Hindu: Tools to mine the live web.
Jason Calacanis says that a story in today's WSJ implies that Google is getting into advertising for podcasts.
Today, two new reading lists from Phillip Torrone, editor of MAKE Magazine. I met with him at MacWorld Expo, we talked about OPML and reading lists, and as usual, Phil is an inspiration. I decided, when I got back, to finish the implementation of reading lists so we could begin the exploration right away.
Last night he sent me pointers to his two lists. I've subscribed to them on my test installation of NewsRiver, you can see them in the screen shot of the Subscriptions page, and the new items from his lists, and the two I've created, and the default non-list feeds, can bee seen in the river itself.
Phil sent me descriptions for the two lists, but we don't have a convention, yet, for including descriptions in reading lists. So I'll include them here, and list the reading lists in my list of reading lists.
1. Gadget freak Phillip Torrone of MAKE magazine's reading list of the latest gadgets, cameras, cell phones, high tech entertainment devices, music players and more.
2. How-to author Phillip Torrone of MAKE magazine's reading list of how-tos, hacks, mods and do-it-yourself project to build or just for inspiration.
Now that I have a scanner I can share the diagram I've been drawing for people to explain the HyperCamp concept.
Kevin Yank: "Apple has put up the equivalent of a 'best experienced in Internet Explorer' page to turn its own ineptitude into a marketing opportunity."
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