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Monday, June 04, 2007

How Google's Acquisition of FeedBurner Will Change RSS Marketing

Orkut now a Feed Reader; RSS Acceptance Will Grow at Digital Inspiration Technology Guide

ZapTXT Blog » Mahalo: RSS please
Mahalo doesn't have an RSS feed?

Google’s Feedburner Lets You Opt-out | TechLifeBlogged
Scott points us to instructions on opting out of GoogleBurner.

Scoble Thinks Winer Invented Offline Support « Kevin Burton’s NEW FeedBlog
Kevin Burton says he invented Google Gears, not Dave Winer ;-)

6 Reasons Google Did Not Need To Acquire Feedburner
A funny take on GoogleBurne.

FeedBurner Is Acquired by Google | Union Square Ventures: A New York Venture Capital Fund Focused on Early Stage & Startup Investing
Free Wilson, another FeedBurner investor, on GoogleBurner.

Google Says: All Your Feeds Belong To Us!
Another great blog title. GoogleBurner?

» All your blogs are belong to Google - Marciahoo
The best blog post title about the acquisition.

Ward-o-blog: FeedBurner Knows How to Party
Justin Ward on the FeedBurner party.

Ward-o-blog: Google Acquires FeedBurner, Me
Justin Ward of the FeedBurner team on the acquisition.

Joining Google, Continuing FeedBurner by tins ::: Rick Klau’s weblog
Rick Klau, of the FeedBurner team, on the acquisition.

feedburner users - give your data to google, or LOSE your account - Spyware Sucks
More Google fearmongering.

Feld Thoughts - Google Acquires FeedBurner
Brad Feld, a FeedBurner investor, on the acquisition.

Your FeedBurner RSS Data rights will be owned by Google (Geek News Central)
More Google fearmongering.

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