In an attempt to monitor YLE’s coverage of certain topics, I’m collecting YLE’s RSS feeds so that I can run a search query on them.
Google pulling the plug on Reader is perhaps a blessing in disguise. It gets us to rethink news consumption in several ways.
UPDATE, January 30, 2010: I think I found a solution. I created an additional notify.me account, so now I can handle two different flows.
This week’s Bad Hair threesome talked about Anil’s vision of the pushbutton web, on which he wrote an insightful post recently, how this relates to Dave’s recent work on rssCloud, and to Google’s PubSubHubBub. And Twitter, of course
By modifying my shared reading feed in Yahoo! Pipes, I managed to address one of the three issues I mentioned yesterday. But I think it’s the most important one: to make clear to readers of my blog that the posts in question are my shared reading, that they are re-blogged and that they originate elsewhere. Any help for non-geeks using Yahoo! Pipes is appreciated.
My friendly and knowledgeable colleague Charlie Schick in a podcast interview by Geek Army Knife, “(…) spoke about lifestreaming and how it led [him] to thinking about semantics. [He] mentioned a bunch of folks along the way, including Friendfeed, Socialthing, Socialbrain [or Second|Brain?], Lovely Systems, and TagCrowd. (…)”
Justin Fenwick: “(…) I looked through 20 different options, which exhausts the lists of other older comprehensive reviews I found. (…) Netvibes is without question the one to beat. (…)”
(February 28, 2006): “(…) First I’ll define what an AJAX homepage is, then I’ll do a feature comparison between the leading services. (…)”
Posted March 4, 2008: “(…) Netvibes ginger is now open to any netvibes registered user. (…) Ginger features and performance improvements…