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Microsoft Download Center has an RSS feed. It's very not funky. Bravo!



Steve Gillmor's latest piece is on the "Allchin tax."



Jason Wellnitz is blogging the campaign from Iowa.



The Florida Dept of Law Enforcement supports RSS. Their intentions are good, but the feed is pretty funky.



Janet Kolodzy: "Why have journalistic values when no one believes the media anyway?"



SJ Merc: "The latest version of ReplayTV's digital video recorder is notable for the features it lacks."









(image) Steve Gillmor thinks RSS should be all over Steve Ballmer's radar. BTW, I absolutely don't agree that the most powerful application of RSS is to flow it through mail readers. Then it's just email (why not send the bits around by email if that's how you're going to read it). The first aggregator did it right, every hour it scans the feeds, and presents the new bits in reverse chronologic order, kind of like a weblog. Demo.



Steve's brother Dan is on an island in Helsinki harbor.



Thanks: "We use the same format as that used by weblogs.com."



Two years ago today: "A bit of philosophy. What happens when someone dies. People are kind to memory of the person. What a waste. The person you're being kind to is dead. Be kind to people who are alive. Blow their minds. See what comes back."





















5/24/98: "It's even better if it has a funky beat, because that puts the smile on your face right away. The funkiness is the smile. Get it?"