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Comments on: RSS is still in its infancy and now there’s proof



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Fri, 07 Dec 2007 12:07:41 +0000

[...] RSS is still in its infancy and now there’s proof — Udi, the Feed Each Other developer, writes on the scope of RSS-focused online businesses. [...]



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By: Dan

Mon, 15 Oct 2007 16:23:42 +0000

I totally agree with your point about the Google Reader Bundles. I was surprised (or maybe not) that Techcrunch failed to identify this fact. I also agree with the idea that the people who make the most appealing feed reader for the vast majority of Internet users will win big.



By: Nick Halstead

Mon, 15 Oct 2007 10:39:39 +0000

Go check the videos on the fav.or.it site, it is not clunky, its as simple as sending a twitter, button under each post, type in the post, press send, done. Cant get any simpler?



By: Udi

Mon, 15 Oct 2007 08:01:12 +0000

I have a feeling their solution won't be as smooth as we're all hoping for. There's just no standard for interop/logging-in etc. It'll be clunky. Possibly even clunkier than just clicking through to the blog and writing a comment. (Which isn't really that hard) What if the feed reader itself had commenting? And a community? I think that's the direction this will go, and it's what FeedEachOther does today.



By: Adrian

Mon, 15 Oct 2007 07:51:37 +0000

The issue with Feedreaders is that it's difficult to easily read and write comments consistently within the reader. There an interesting site called http://fav.or.it/. that claims to solve the problem by introducing plugins for blogs. I hope it works.