RSS Changeover Day Experiences

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Well, I''ve done my duty and saved my Google RSS data, and now I''m looking for a new reader. Digg RSS Reader - [link] This is I think the one with the most promise on Day One. RSS is great for personalized links, not content factories, but Digg doesn''t even attempt recommendations.

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RSS Behaviour Redefined: Rhizophilous Social Sources

Dan Pontefract

RSS ( known as Really Simple Syndication or occasionally as Rich Site Summary and RDF Site Summary ) is defined by PC Magazine as follows: A syndication format that was developed by Netscape in 1999 and became very popular for aggregating updates to blogs and news sites. collaboration RSS

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Trending Sources

Easy RSS

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

RSS is ridiculously easy to create. Here's a Perl script that will create an RSS feed from a tab separated document. It should be available to everyone, without the need for a specialized blogging application.

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Change Your RSS Feed?

Tony Karrer

A while ago, I created a feedburner feed for this blog so I could add lots of stuff to the feed - most importantly I publish a daily summary of my new del.icio.us links. It appears that most people still point to my Blogspot feed. I would suggest that readers of this blog might want to change over to the FeedBurner feed to get this added functionality: [link

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Aide RSS Filtering Tool

Tony Karrer

AideRSS looks at a variety of sources of information including comments, technorati, bloglines, icerocket and del.icio.us to determine what posts are generating the most interest. It provides a widget that allows you to show your top posts for month or year. You can see what it thinks are mine in the right column of the blog. I've been creating similar information manually for a while, so it's nice to have an automated support for it.

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Attention RSS Readers: Update Your Subscription!

Beth Kanter

Do you read Beth’s Blog in an RSS Reader?

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Introduction to Wikis, Blogs, Social Bookmarking, Social Networking and RSS

Tony Karrer

Social Bookmarking Social Networking Wikis RSSAs background for an upcoming presentation, I wanted to create a page that provides background resources that explain various eLearning 2.0 tools. I immediately thought of the Common Craft videos. I've embedded them below.

Will Blogs, Wikis, RSS, Mashups be Used in Corporate eLearning?

Tony Karrer

In this post, Dave unfortunately lumps together blogs, wikis, mashups, rss feed together (probably because eLearning 2.0 RSS and Blogs have much slower adoption. I saw another post from Dave Boggs, Has The Blogging Trend Begun To Fade, Even Before It Ever Got Started In Corporate Training / e-Learning Environments? and web 2.0 often lump them together).

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The Father of All Business Models

Doc Searls

One of the most widespread of those, thanks to Dave, is RSS — Really Simple Syndication. Look up RSS on Google. Much of that huge number owes to RSS’s nature as essential builing material for the Web that anybody can use, easily. RSS is easy to make yours , personally, as your tool. What’s already there, like RSS and its relatives, that we can put to use? First, read Dave ’s The Mother of all Business Models.

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Take us to The Rivers

Doc Searls

Being RSS-fed and in plain formatting, they loaded instantly, and were so Web 1.0+ Not that the Times is actually doing anything other than keeping its RSS feed alive. Last fall, we moved all the editorial in our apps, including the magazine, into a simple RSS feed in a river of news.

Next year your entire desk will be a computer control device

Ross Dawson

Software and device vendor ExoPC has announced EXOdesk, a computer interface that will be laid on your desk, offering digital keyboards, a variety of colorful keypads, sortable RSS feeds, and even a piano, as shown below.

Jane’s Top 10 Tools for Learning 2016

Jane Hart

I also couldn’t do without FEEDLY – my RSS reader – where I aggregate well over 300 blog and website feeds. On Friday 23rd September, voting closes in the 10th Annual Survey of Learning Tool – so it’s not too late to vote!

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#C2Xmas Day 2: Samuel Pepys Diary

Jane Hart

You can receive daily diary entries by email, RSS and/or follow it on Twitter. Day 2 of my Countdown to Xmas #C2Xmas continues here.

Buzzword: Micro-learning

Xyleme

Picking up a couple of recent blog posts or videos from my RSS reader whilst eating lunch. RSS is a great example of this. RSS, itself, is a standardized XML format – with containers for things like Title, Description, Author, Date published etc.

Social Media: An Interview

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

But probably the definitive date would be when I wrote An Introduction to RSS for Educational Designers in 2002 ( [link] ). I have always viewed RSS as the prototypical social media technology. RSS is to this day the technology I use to keep in touch with the network (I just channel Twitter, Facebook and other feeds through my RSS reader) and one of the major ways I keep in contact with others. As I mentioned, I use RSS most of all.

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Internet Time Blog » Photos of 2008

Jay Cross

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Learning Analytics & Knowledge: Draft Syllabus

George Siemens

The Learning Analytics course begins January 10 (sign up by joining this group: [link] …or if you prefer not to use a google account, track posts via RSS). Numerous open courses are kicking off in 2011. I’m involved in two: Learning and Knowledge Analytics (LAK11) and the third iteration of Connectivism and Connective Knowledge (CCK11 – with Stephen Downes). I’ve posted the draft syllabus of LAK11 here.

Daniel on MOOCs

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I previously posted an item on Sir John Daniel's discussion of MOOCs, but I have added more extensive comments on Tony Bate's review - I rather suspect it is much more likely to be read by him there than on any site of mine. Here is thus the comment I posted: > I will be interested though (as will the author) in your responses to the paper.

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Internet Time Blog » Looking for patterns in clouds

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » Map to the Internet Time Ecosystem

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » Different ways of looking at it

Jay Cross

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A New Book, A New Look for Beth’s Blog!

Beth Kanter

The big learning for me is to make sure that if you use an RSS service that you point the feed to your domain – that way you can easily move your RSS subscribers without disruption and that way you control your RSS subscribers not the service. The New Beth's Blog.

Reframing the news

Doc Searls

Alas, Twitter posts tend to be snow on the water, flowing to near-oblivion and lacking syndication through RSS —though there are hacks.). Dave created RSS — Really Simple Syndication — as we know it today , and got The New York Times and other publications (including many papers and nearly all Web publishers) to adopt it as well. Today a search for “RSS” on Google brings up over two billion results. For RSS it’s syndication.

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Internet Time Blog » Make cards, signs, graphics

Jay Cross

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Open Education, MOOCs, and Opportunities

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This was supported using a technology called Rich Site Summary (RSS), co-developed by Netscape and Dave Winer. RSS went through several early versions: RSS 0.91, which was the first production version, RSS 1.0, which used a web technology called Resource Description Framework (RDF), and RSS 2.0, Microcontent services such as Twitter and Facebook originally supported RSS.

Etiquette for sharing

Harold Jarche

For example, if your site exports its RSS feed using something like Google’s Feedburner, then the link people click on in their aggregators has extra information attached; so you can be tracked. Many people like to share things online. Twitter is full of links to other websites.

My Top 5 iOS Apps of the Week – Week #13

Luis Suarez

In terms of themes, in case you may be wondering, this week we have got Business (Task Management), Productivity (RSS News Feed Readers, Mindmapping, Curation) and, finally, as usual, Photography.

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Online Newspaper Software

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

uses automatic tagging * ProsePoint - online newspaper with configurable sections * Managing News - Tracks news through RSS feeds and displays where each event is happening on a map Prose Point Express This site hosts newspapers - looks like Drupal but I would have to confirm. The usual stories, classifieds, layout editor, user management and discussion list, RSS support, and sections, no indication of social features.

iTunes for journalism (reprise)

Euen Semple

Why not build an RSS playlist of journalists you rate rather than having to pay for all the stuff you don't? Some time ago I suggested iTunes for journalism and compared newspapers to albums - having to buy two crap tracks along with the six you really want.

Let’s pull news out of its hole

Doc Searls

This is why RSS works so well. Most of what we call news is filler. The practice of filling space and time — stuffing “content” into a “ news hole ” — is a relic of an era when printing and broadcast space and time were limited, privately held, and paid for mostly by advertising, which requires ears and eyeballs showing up predictably and in fixed places. The Internet obsoleted all of it, including the frame of news as filler. There is no hole.

Harold Jarche » Moving from Furl to del.icio.us

Harold Jarche

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How Do I Make Sense of Social Networking Tools

Luis Suarez

Reeder : Of course, I still use RSS feeds. Everyone thought that when Google terminated Google Reader that RSS newsfeeds would die a slow and painful death. RSS newsfeeds is another one to add into that pile. That’s how I use my RSS feeds at the moment: for curation purposes.

Replacing Email?

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

RSS as well remains strong, with something like 5000 (or it could be 10,000 - I don't have a good count, just Google Reader stats). RSS, email and the web are all different facets of the same content, at least when email is thought of from the perspective of email lists, as opposed to quick person-to-person messages. So - as Kelly asks - what will replace email and/or RSS and/or the web in the future, if not Google+?

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My Top 10 Tools for Learning 2011

Jane Hart

1 – In 2007 I selected Bloglines , as my RSS reader – and said it was “probably the most indispensable tool for my work&#.

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2013_06_08 link pile

Doc Searls

It’s about RSS and Digg, actually. When digital marketing gets too creepy , by Michael Schrage in HBR. Why Google Reader died and why mobile and social news is replacing it, by Michael Mayday in iTechNews. We are shocked, shocked…, by David Simon (yes, that David Simon). Big Data! No Signal! , by T.Rob.

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This blog is closing…

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Subscribe to Internet Time blog here (Feedburner RSS). I started this blog when Informal Learning was released, November 10, 2006. The informal learning meme has gone mainstream. I am gratified. That crusade is behind me. Informal learning is more important than ever. It’s part of life.

top tools 2016

Harold Jarche

3: Feedly: A feed reader, or aggregator, to keep track of blogs and news sites via RSS. Jane Hart compiles a list every year of the Top 100 Tools for learning. This is the 10th year! Well done, Jane. Voting closes on 23 September 2016.

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Is It Time To Let Feedburner Burn?

Beth Kanter

I’ve been using Feedburner for my blog RSS Feeds since 2005! It is time to self-host your RSS feed many people wondered? Rumors that Google will close Feedburner are circulating again, but this time there is an option for an RSS hosting service, although not free. 1) Update your web site’s RSS autodiscovery tags to point to your native blog’s feed. This means that new subscribers always follow a feed on your domain, not your RSS provider’s platform.

Connective Knowledge and Open Resources

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

We had about 170 blogs created to support the course, and we aggregated these using RSS – content syndication supporting online learning. That’s why it’s important to have a mechanism – like RSS – to link different websites together. link] It can be used as an RSS aggregator to harvest resources found or suggested by participants. They can either subscribe by email, reads the RSS version, reads the website, or follow the course on Twitter or Facebook.

Working on Internet Time

Harold Jarche

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