RSS / RDF Archives
February 25, 2004
Annotating physical environments with 2D "Barcodes"
Chris Heathcote proposes a standard for ''warchalking'' physical locations using 2d barcodes (a machine-readable format) containing RDF. Here's why I don't think it will work...
September 16, 2003
BlogLines - a takeaway aggregator
BlogLines works well for me and its main benefit is of course that you need no software installation on your PC to read your blogs; making this a very feasible solution for frequent travellers as well as people using multiple PCs (home, work, other...)
August 19, 2002
The quest for the ideal news aggregator (part 5) - Review: FeedReader
Wow! This is cool! FeedReader is a small, lean, light standalone application for Windows. It runs in the system tray and checks your news sources at a configurable interval (want to check BBC News every 5 minutes but some random blog only every hour? no problem!)
The quest for the ideal news aggregator (part 4) - Review: BlogHog
BlogHog is a basic news-aggregator site in a layout inspired by Google News. It does the trick, but isn't really very configurable.
The quest for the ideal news aggregator (part 3) - Review: NewsIsFree...
I'm on a roll, playing around with a couple of web-based news-aggreagators. Here's a short review of www.newsisfree.com
The quest for the ideal news aggregator (part 2) - Review: Fyuze.com
In response to fyuze.com creator Justin's comment to my posting looking for an ideal news aggregator, I decided to give it a spin. Here's the review.
August 18, 2002
Still looking for that ideal news aggregator
After I wrote the article about providing XML feeds from your website, I thought maybe I should become one of those power users too. This article is the first of a series analyzing various RSS news aggregators.