AW: Subject: Re: [Air-l] Rich Site Summary Technology

S. Liban sam_liban at gmx.de
Sun Nov 30 17:25:51 PST 2003


Hi!

> http://www.oreillynet.com/rss/
> http://www.oreillynet.com/topics/rss/rss

Just to add a few links to those interested:

http://www.feedreader.com (OpenSource project - RSS-Reader)
http://www.rssreader.de/ (German...:)
http://www.hebig.org/blogs/archives/main/000877.php (an overview of
RSS-reader)

Sources (much more important):
http://www.newsisfree.com (unbelievable amount of RSS-feeds
worldwide...)

I personally believe for quite some time now, that RSS will get rid of
Newsletters, as these do not let me decide, what I find interesting or
not (of course, Marketing will tell you, they personalized their
newsletters...) - and lets face it - many poeple get newsletters, that
do not inform them in the way, they thought these "informations" would
do...
But the really best thing about RSS is - you get news, informations
and data from around the world (if you speak more than one language)
anytime, as soon they are made public...not an hour later or so....and
there are so many feeds out there, that it can come handy in certain
times, where the media in one or some countries does not live up to
the principles of truth or reporting facts rather than hearsay
(rumors)...

Take care and communicate peacefully...
;)

sam liban





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