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By: the boy in the bubble » Blog Archive » Wir sind das RSS-Volk!

Sat, 11 Oct 2008 06:45:23 +0000

[...] Porter, den ich gestern schon zustimmend zitierte, legt heute nach und erklärt noch mal, warum RSS-Reader eine gute Sache sind: So, we’re replacing the old [...]






By: Josh

Sat, 11 Jun 2005 12:49:09 +0000

Thanks for the pointer to Russell Beattie. I wasn't familiar with his work, and I'm finding it very interesting...



By: cori schlegel

Thu, 09 Jun 2005 12:27:53 +0000

oops. I enclosed Donna's quote ("I read for the content, not for the site experience. I often have a look at sites once to see what they look like, but after that, I don’t care.") in a
, which previewed OK (if a little ugly) but then completely disappeared in the post. Sorry about that.



By: cori schlegel

Thu, 09 Jun 2005 12:26:17 +0000

Ahhhhhh. Full text. Thanks. Also, there were some great comments to your post yesterday, but I found that Donna Maurer's post did not match my personal reasons for subscribing to Bokardo when she wrote:
I read for the content, not for the site experience. I often have a look at sites once to see what they look like, but after that, I don’t care.
I like your content. A lot. But I also really like the website experience you provide. That's what made me subscribe, and also what'll continue to make me click through. I do agree with Donna is one respect though; your site is an anomaly for me in that sense; many other feeds I read I never go to the site. Finally, I agree with Bud (above) that the packaging and delivery of information via RSS is a key design concern - look at Russell Beattie's experiment with forms in his feeds as the very beginning of this. One extremely important element that goes un-resolved is the issue of how to follow comments without revisiting the site.



By: Bud Gibson

Thu, 09 Jun 2005 11:57:09 +0000

Josh: Glad to see you return to this topic as I was very impressed by your write-up in Digital Web. Have you read Russell Beattie's call for an RSS-only blog? BTW, I wonder if the new design challenge is not figuring out how to organize the packets of information that are enclosed in RSS feeds.