Bill Ives describes his experience with BlogBridge, an aggregator developed by Pito Salas.
Archive for August, 2005
I visited Enders Auditorium at Children’s Hospital a few days ago–the venue for the first blog talk I’ll be giving this semester on Friday, Setpember 9 for MAHSLIN. It’s huge. And I’ll be on a stage. I told someone I’d probably cope with such a grand environment by sitting on the edge of the stage […]
Rich e-mailed me about the Opera Web browser giving away free registration keys for their 10th anniversary. I’ve heard some good things about the browser, which normally charges money for the full version, so I thought “Why not?” I’m using it for this blog post. Can you see the difference?
The International Herald Tribune reports on Technorati’s State of the Blogosphere. Here are some links to Technorati’s content: Blog Growth Posting Volume Tags and Tagging Spam and Fake Blogs The A-List and the Long Tail
I guess y’all who call me a nerd are right. I figured I wasn’t one, but I guess it’s time I accept my true identity. I lost points because I didn’t actually build the computer I’m using. I gained points because there is a live rodent somewhere in my bedroom. (At least I hope it’s […]
A woman stopped me on Harvard’s campus. “Excuse me. Can you tell me where the library is?” “Which library?” I inquired. “There’s more than one?” She responded. “Yes, there are about 90 libraries.” “Oh! I thought there was only one!” She exclaimed. I learned through further questions she wasn’t even looking for one of Harvard’s […]
The new MSN screensaver for Windows platforms indicates that it displays feeds. Best to use it only with work safe feeds, otherwise you could find who knows what dancing across your monitor while you aren’t looking. (I found this on some source in my aggregator. The fire alarm interrupted me and I forgot where I […]
First, I know some eyes are popping about the number of unread items in my aggregator being more than 1100 when I first set up the aggregator. Since the aggregator is new (it still has that new aggregator smell), it doesn’t have any memory of what I’ve already read, so it downloaded everything that’s in […]
At a conference a while ago, Jenny approached a number of vendors to talk about feeds and how they could utilize them. ProQuest responded. Details are linked above. The number of posts about feeds is beginning to surprise me. As I’m going through the 1100+ things in my aggregator (now down to +627), I’m finding […]