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Steve Gillmor's InfoRouter
Sam Gassel pinged me to announce CNN's RSS feeds, reminding me he hasn't forgotten my request for a transcript feed. Sam has been searching for some time for a scalable way to deliver RSS; I guess he's found it.
Hank Barry on attention and drawing the line between mainstream medias of today and the (near?) future.
We're about to record today's Gillmor Gang with Doc and Mike Vizard in Vegas and Dana Gardner from New England. Guests include Sam Whitmore at CES and Robert Scoble from the Pacific Northwest.
My favorite canary is singing again about podcasting. As Stephen O'Grady points out, Tim Bray is once again showing the way toward the light at the end of the tunnel.
I always feel slightly stupid when I get sucked into a Dvorak ping pong match. But it's just too much fun: Dvorak is the master of teasing just enough across the line between irascible and just plain wrong to draw a counter-attack.
Disclosure: I am so proud of my younger, smarter brother. Long ago, he got the Internet in a way that I stubbornly refused to.
Rojo to fix bugFrom Rojo's Chris Alden on the Rojo blog:Steve speculated that perhaps the "Times doesnt want server-based aggregators such as Bloglines and Rojo to consistently allow permalink access beyond seven days." Fortunately we don't see any evidence of that and in fact believe NYT has done a great job in making their content available via RSS, particularly by including a specific "partner" parameter on the URL for RSS aggregators (client and server alike).
Late news: Mystery Solved (mostly)Still the same behavior on my Bloglines subscription to the NYTimes as reported in the updates to the original posting. To Mark Fletcher (Bloglines): can you illuminate the behavior described below?
Late news: Mystery Solved (mostly)The New York Times has broken its permalinks, at least practically if not officially. Permalinks work up to a week back, then poof.