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Mon, 01 Jun 2009 03:11:31 GMT
Filter your Twitter RSS

Scott Kingery: RSS is not dead. It is the glue that holds the web together.

http://www.techlifeweb.com/2009/05/30/how-to-filter-your-twitter-feed/

This is a great article on filtering the RSS in Twitter using Yahoo! Pipes.

Wed, 20 May 2009 02:14:03 GMT
Reblinks Goes Beta

I just upgraded Reblinks to Beta. Still tones of work, but it's ready for people to start using and reporting bugs (to me randy@kbcafe.com). It needs some major ease-of-use work still. The email engine is working and sent 70 emails yesterday. This is the start of great things.

http://www.reblinks.com/

Thu, 07 May 2009 17:27:59 GMT
Reblinks Live May 20th
On my 40th birthday, May 20th, Reblinks will go live with an RMail 2.0 engine. And this time I won't sell it to some morons at NBC. Promise.
Thu, 07 May 2009 02:29:06 GMT
RSS is Dead? Give me a Break.

Steve Gilmour says RSS is dead. That's a prediction more than a thousand times proven false. What Steve doesn't realize is that all his arguments for RSS dying are actually arguments for why it has won the day. Why? Steve thinks RSS is a user application. What he doesn't realize is that the very site he claims is putting RSS to death relies on RSS itself. How many have created bots that use the Twitter API to automatically post content from RSS to their Twitter page? Go to your Twitter updates page and guess what? Your Twitter updates page has an RSS feed as well. RSS is not an application, it's a platform. It's here to stay. Even if those that don't understand the technology think otherwise.

Thanks Candem!

http://www.techcrunchit.com/2009/05/05/rest-in-peace-rss/
http://www.geeksaresexy.net/2009/05/06/rss-is-dead-long-live-rss/

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