Today I was reverse-stalking the links pointing to my site when I discovered that Planet 02138 uses my RSS feed to fill their content. To be honest, I’m a little touched. At first I thought it might be associated with that magazine I don’t read with the same zip code. Fortunately, it’s not. If I were to guess, it’s another service offered by the kind folks at the Berkman Center.
Anyway, here’s how the Planet explains itself:
Planet 02138 is a collection of Harvard blogs. It is a sample of opinions and ramblings by Harvard students, faculty, and alumni.
From what I saw, they nailed it head-on.
You can make your own feed reader with the software from Planet Planet. Gosh, that’s fun to say.
Trolling their blogroll inspired me to update my own. Sure, my RSS reader knows what I’m currently reading—somehow my blog got left behind, though. After all, how are you going to know what I’m [likely to be] reading?
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I’m the editor of planet02138.com. Thanks for mentioning us on your blog :) I tried to contact you to let you know that I’m using your feed, but I couldn’t find your contact info. Actually, the site isn’t associated with the Berkman Center, although I was inspired to create it by John Palfrey’s seminar on Internet, Law, and Politics.
Thanks for reading,