The Economist has a podcast feed.
PrioritiesNH tracks political events in NH.
Doc Searls doesn’t believe in “social media.”
In late 2005 I was promoting the idea of OPML reading lists.
We added support for them to the NewsRiver aggregator, built into the OPML Editor (which is the latest rev of the UserLand reader, which traces its roots back to My.UserLand in 1999).
Mike Arrington wrote an excellent and simple TechCrunch piece about reading lists.
I’m wondering if other RSS developers have done work with reading lists. If so, I’d like to help users, publishers and authors find out about what they’re doing.
If you have information, or questions, please post a comment here.
Yesterday, I was reading a blog post where a guy was talking about how Brent Simmons is a great developer, and pointed to his Twitter log for an example of how he keeps his community of users in his loop.
It immediately made me think of how the team at UserLand worked on Radio 8 at the end of 2001. We had a great outlining tool for keeping each other informed about what we were doing, even though we all worked in different places and many in different time zones, and what made me think of it of course was that Brent was on the team, and how well he used this tool.