I’ve been involved with, building sites for and participating in courses/etc that work like the You Show where we syndicate in the work of participants. It’s marvelous. And overwhelming. While we create the main blog flow and can subdivide, e.g. posts from TRU participants and posts from open participants, it’s not really ...

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I might be the last one left still using Google Reader. Why not? Although banished from the menus, it will work through July, 2013. I'm in no hurry to join the Mad Rush To Find The Perfect Reader Replacement That Does Not Exist. But I was surprised when tonight reader ...

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I am at the same time honored and deeply scared that a lot of people use my Feed2JS tool created like in 2003 or 2004 for helping people embed RSS feeds in their site using cut and paste JavaScript. If my stats are right, in the 6 hours since ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by ejhogbin Calendar data has always stumped me- on one hand it seems rather structured -- something (data) happens on a date (data) maybe at a place (data) but it is something people much more savvy than I struggle with as it gets more complex... but ...

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cc licensed flickr photo by Wade from Oklahoma ... in which the technology blog author bares his ignorance by discovering a tool that is several years old.... With a new sense of urgency, I implore that some big web company buy and save Yahoo-- if not just to preserve the most valuable ...

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In my everyday technology browsing I see a fair number of interesting tools, sites, ideas, that come my way via RSS, twitter, etc. A lot of them I give a quick look, say "Hmm", tag 'em, and move on. Besides almost every post of unbelievable wizardry and in depth explanation ...

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Ah, my poor RSS Reader, not nearly given the devoted attention once reserved for it. Maybe a year, maybe two ago, I'd focus on at least scanning all my sources and marking them read by end of the day, even if it was in one fell keyboard stroke. That was BT ...

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Someone should be worried. With just a few sniffs, I might be getting hooked on Google Reader for my RSS habits. I've not really like using web-based RSS readers for scanning, as checking each site's news required a wait for a web transcation, whereas a desktop reader grabs allt he ...

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