Heh heh. Dave, here are a few other ways to link: one, two, three, four and my personal favorite, five. Some of these are more expensive than others, and some are easier to outfox than others. All are as absurd as the inaccessibility engineering that motivates them.
Greg Reinacker announces NewsGator Media Center Edition: “Read/view some of your content on TV, including multimedia. Perhaps during commercials. 🙂 Read other (overlapping) content on your desk. Read some of it on your mobile phone. And the system keeps track, the whole time, of what you’ve read and where – so you don’t have to waste time.” Interesting!
Looking through my server logs, I notice every so often that someone has tried to search Find That Feed for a URL like “http://www.theshiftedlibrarian.com/rss.xml”. Since Find That Feed is indexed by title words, no results are ever returned. Also, recently a colleague asked, “is there a list of weblog feeds in the such-and-such domain?” Then it hit me, this is a job for the Share Your OPML SDK. The result: URL Sieve.
Brad Sucks gets a label!
Dave has a free idea for search engines: “The RSS helps introduce certainty into the concept of ‘nearby’.”
Ole Eichorn posts The Big City, a gallery of seventy-two New Yorker Magazine covers spanning 1925-2003.
The Program My TiVo! history page gains a new navigation sub-menu and context-sensitive feeds linked from the white on orange XML button. The Watched feed is a list of recommendations that I’ve recently watched, with comments. The Favorites feed is a list of up to 50 upcoming programs that I’ve marked with a gold star.