No, Tom Foremski still doesn't have a full-text feed.
Neither does InfoWorld Techwatch, which means that you have to click on the link to see which posts are by Epraim Schwartz or Paul Krill which means that I end up missing key info which means that they lose the authority they deserve in GestureRank.
It was nice to hear from Jonathan Schwartz after his Mexico trip, but better would have been him responding to the questions about Sun's divergent messaging. Instead, we got a reiteration of the Scott-Larry show. Still don't buy the Netbeans support when Larry pretty much ran away from it in QnA.
Marilyn Benioff after the salesforce show: "Watching you guys blogging makes me nervous." This before he saw what we wrote.
Sitting here in my hotel room on EV-DO, saving 10 bucks a day. Can you say free WiFi please.
At JFK, limo driver with a sign reading Dr. Johnson asked if I was going to the city. Saved 10 bucks. Asked him if there really was a Dr. Johnson. Nope. Slick. I got his card for the return ride.
I'm in NY for Podshow meetings and Root's Vaultstock, where attention fans are jumpstarting the monetization cycle of the Next Web. Meanwhile, full text foes will waste more time arguing about content scraping and other excuses. Remember: I have no problem with ads in full text feeds, not that they will be as effective as signalling the cloud directly.
Did you ever notice that the only people hostile to attention are the ones already selling black box attention farms? I did.
Speaking of attention, I'll be talking Gestures at ETech, Syndicate, Ad Tech, and others not yet announcable.
Did I mention Tom Foremski has partial text attention deficit? Stay tuned for a post-MacWorld Gillmor Daily with Dan Farber on the subject.