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Tue, 09 May 2006 14:25:19 GMT
Who Subscribes to ME

The best part of Dave Winer's Share Your OPML website, is that you can find out who is subscribed to your blog. Dimitar Vesselinov is subscribed to The RSS Blog and 8000+ others. Ya right! Dimitar, if you read this, leave a comment. Richard Banks, on the other hand, is subscribed to The RSS Blog and only 22 other feeds. That's quite an honor. Thanks Richard. Of course, the list is growing (currently 37) as Share Your OPML gets seeded.

http://share.opml.org/whosubscribes/?feed_id=2823

I see Robert and Jeff and Nick and Simone and Cori and Sterling and John and Scott and ....

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Wordpress Errors this morning. Me thinks Dave is experiencing the TechMeme effect.

Thanks for the link.

Scott
Tech.Life.Blogged

Weird that it's giving Wordpress errors.

Randy

Thanks for the link, Randy.  Have to wonder what percentage of your subscribers have uploaded their OPML.  For a site like yours that focuses on RSS, it might be pretty high.  For mine, maybe not (at least I hope not! n=1).
<P>Highspeed Internet account: $50</P>
<P>Cost of computer to write my own blog: $1000</P>
<P>Getting to see my name in someone else's blog: Priceless</P>
<P>Richard</P>
Richard,
Angled brackets? That's so early decade. We WYSIWYG here.

Randy
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what percentage of your subscribers have uploaded their OPML. For a site like yours that focuses on RSS, it might be pretty high.
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