102 month ago
Andy Baio : Yahoo! Pipes, like Unix pipes for the web - Tim O'Reilly nails why this is so neat
Jeremy Zawodny : Pipes: Rewire the web - Pipes: Rewire the web: "Pipes is a hosted service that lets you remix feeds and create new data mashups in a visual programming environment."
Simon Willison : Pipes - Pipes. New Yahoo! service for combining and remixing Atom/RSS feeds using a really sophisticated drag-and-drop UI.
Rod Begbie : Pipes: Rewire the web - Wicked cool RSS/Atom masher-upper from Yahoo. Nice GUI and mapping model, which means making a Boing Boing feed without Xeni Jardin can essentially be a drag'n'drop operation. [via] #
jimray : Pipes: Rewire the web - Poor Ted Stevens is now utterly confused#
116 month ago
jimray : Feed Icons - Help establish the new standard - Oh, sure, what the hell
plasticbag : Feed Icons - More for my use than for yours, feedicons.com contains a variety of different colour versions of the various RSS/Atom standard icons
Jeremy Zawodny : Feed Icons - Feed Icons: Home of the standard web feed icon#
119 month ago
Andy Baio : Google Blog Search - here's the FAQ, and Technorati CEO Dave Sifry's thoughts
kayodeok : Google Blog Search - Find blogs on your favorite topics
jkottke : Google launches blog search - Google finally launches a blog search service. The default search is by relevance, which I'm not sure is correct, and it's pretty bare bones so far, but I'm sure that many other people will be saying so long, Technorati. (via waxy) [via]
Richard Rutter : Google Blog Search - Not just a filtered search, but less interesting than Technorati.#
120 month ago
123 month ago
djacobs : Jeffrey Veen on The Usability of Subscribing to Feeds
plasticbag : The Usability of Subscribing to Feeds - I'm interested in applying the Odeo model to centralising aggregator sites, and also in the exposed input box approach from BBC Radio sites...
WillPate : The Usability of Subscribing to Feeds - Excellent questions.
Richard Rutter : The Usability of Subscribing to Feeds - Jeff Veen wonders how we do it better.#
125 month ago
Andy Baio : flickRate, enchanced ratings for Flickr photos - the Greasemonkey script integrates the rating function inline
Jeremy Zawodny : flickRate - flickRate: This is an attempt to give flickr a rating system that enhances the default favorites system.
kayodeok : flickRate - Enhanced favorites for Flickr - Welcome to flickRate! This is an attempt to enhance flickr's favorites system. This is beta, everything may change, and data can be lost#
128 month ago
Jeremy Zawodny : Videora - BitTorrent RSS Reader - Videora - BitTorrent RSS Reader: watch what you want, when you want, from anywhere in the world
plasticbag : Videora combines RSS with BitTorrent to create a download-based PVR equivalent - Mooted a lot last year, very interesting stuff, windows-only which kind of sucks, apparently no better than the RSS plug-in for Azureus...#
138 month ago
jkottke : Get you own reBlog - Get you own reBlog (For those bloggers that "prefer curating content to writing original posts".)
anildash : reBlog, link filtering for MT - integrating aggregation and publishing on the server side
Andy Baio : reBlog 1.0 released - reblogging tool comes with a neat web-based feedreader
philgyford : ReBlog by Eyebeam R&D - A way of aggregating RSS feeds and publishing them through weblog software. All a bit vague.#
141 month ago
Erik Benson : I just subscribed to an RSS feed that will notify me when new stars enter my light cone. That is so cool - +
Alex Dudas : How many stars within your own light cone?
Richard MacManus : Boy do I feel old...my light cone contains 50 stars!
jkottke : Subscribe to an RSS feed that informs you when new stars enter your light cone
gleuschk : Beta Leonis is 36.2 light years away and about to be enveloped by the outer surface of my light cone - my ever-growing sphere of potential causality - love this RSS feed#