Archive for the ‘Syndication’ Category

Web 2.0 Video: Just Text or Rethink Our Future?

Wednesday, February 7th, 2007 by Jesper Rønn-Jensen

Must see Michael Wesch of Kansas University released a brilliant video on the possibilities of the web. It’s a fantastic intro and eyeopener, and it makes me wonder, if it would be relevant to use at work with clients to give a short intro (because it contains a lot of things I may take for […]

Blog Usability: Too many RSS feeds

Wednesday, June 14th, 2006 by Thomas Watson Steen

After reading “Pick a Format (Any Format)” by Nick Bradbury (tip by: Jeremy Voorhis on Octoblog) we must say that we totally agree. The point in the post is simple: I keep running across sites that offer the same exact content as an RSS feed and an Atom feed. What’s the point of this? Making […]

E-mail vs. RSS

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006 by Thomas Watson Steen

Syndicated feeds in form of RSS or Atom is the hot way of getting news from around the world delivered instantly and dynamically to your desktop. Previously a user could only do so by registering for an e-mail newsletter. Believe it or not some people don’t have a news aggregator installed. They might not even […]