Saturday, August 25, 2007
Saturday, August 18, 2007
The scope of Simple Sharing Extensions (SSE) is to define the minimum extensions necessary to enable loosely-cooperating applications to use XML-based container formats such as Atom and RSS as the basis for item sharing – that is, the bi-directional, asynchronous synchronization of new and changed items amongst two or more cross-subscribed feeds.
One of the guiding principles of SSE is to reinvent as little as possible(HA HA)—hence the use of Atom and RSS in this spec as the underlying format for exchanging SSE data. It is expected that there will be additional container format bindings for SSE in the future.SSE continued here
OPML an XML-based format that allows exchange of outline-structured information between applications running on different operating systems and environments.
In the summer of 2005 Dave Winer, released an open source OPML Editor, for Windows and Mac OS.
To learn more about outliners, the software category that inspired OPML, check out outliners.com.
The OPML spec has a liberal copyright, adapted from the copyright of the IETF, which has stood up well over time.
Dave Winer's OPML Validator came online in October 2005.
So here is where I read it at; RSS 2.0 at Harvard Law
Contents at the site;
- What is RSS?
- Sample files
- About this document
- Required channel elements
- Optional channel elements
- Elements of
- Extending RSS
- License and authorship
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Monday, August 13, 2007
According to about page;
FeedRaider allows you to lasso the interesting parts of the web for your viewing pleasure on a single page.
(1) Gather feeds
(2) Create a page = stay updated and save time!
(3) Embed = feeds on your blog/page easily!
At first glance it seems plain feed site. But if you look close enough and use the site, one will begin to see the depth of work put into the site.
I will write another post once I have gone through the complete site. Meanwhile, you can register yourself and enjoy some feed raiding!
Saturday, August 11, 2007
Tuesday, August 07, 2007
Monday, August 06, 2007
SnapVoIP on DiGG
VOIP IP Telephony: Google Phone coming soon!
Wednesday, August 01, 2007
The Google maintained a supplemental index that to keep search results that dont quite have enough juice to make the main Google index. But according to a Webmaster central post, Supplemental goes mainstream, the gap between supplemental and the main index has been narrow and does not show as supplemental in your search results. But it is there, and if you are bored or extremely intelligent, you can guess where the results for that search came from.
To get more information such as the supplemental index (read more - and here's Matt's talk about it on video) and countless comments could be found by following the link below.
Happy Google feeding
Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Supplemental goes mainstream