Wow. If you are just reading some of the buzz (it's about time!) about RSS, check out RSSlets - Functional RSS Feeds a series of prototypes for getting at RSS content that may be on the fringe of your idea scope. These are a whole raft of new services ...

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Lines at the gas stations, tempers flaring... Wow- it is almost a flashback to the 1973 oil embargo but this is 2003 in Phoenix, Arizona where a pipeline shutdown fuels gas shortage. The events in '73 are a bit fuzzy, but I recall my Dad waiting in long lines for hours ...

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This post is as tangential as the twisted web path it took to get there. The ending is at Allen Smith's Web-A-Sketch, a detailed description and parts list for how he hooked up some motors to an original Etch-A-Sketch and made it so anyone could remotely control it via a ...

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I am not in too many (or maybe zero) Yahoo Groups (and if so I never have them sent to clutter my email) but this Yahoo Groups RSS URI Generator is ideal for keeping updated on public groups without trudging through the Yahoo site. This page contains JavaScript that will accept ...

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Building from the same path we have added RSS to 4 other resource web sites, we just added a feed to Multimedia Authoring Web. Get the feed (RSS 2.0) "AUTHORING" here refers to "programming by non-programmers." This site is a resource collection of pointers to Internet sites for those that ...

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Bless Joe Clark. Not only does he write a stunningly useful book, but he also provides all of the chapters (for free) to Building Accessible Websites. When you buy the book, you get the entire text (but no graphics) on the included CD-ROM, along with a few extras, like fonts and ...

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Regarding our RSS to JS demo (code that allows you to embed RSS into any web page using a script that returns RSS as a series of JavaScript write statements), Michelle appropriately noticed that this approach would leave in the dark anyone using a screen reader (or just having JavaScript ...

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Fresh off the press! See a take on blogging in Doonesbury. None of us would troll for search engines, would we? <tiphat>found via RSS aggregator feed from the Shifted Librarian</tiphat>

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Chris Pirillo has a new comprehensive site on Lockergnome's RSS Resource (tip of the blog hat to Will for this one). It features a wide range of stories on new types of RSS uses (e.g. notifying beta testers of software updates) and the latest in tools and technology, written by ...

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