Monthly Archives: June 2003

I’ve noticed that many sites

I’ve noticed that many sites serve RSS as content-type text/xml, though some people (Sam Ruby & Mark Pilgrim) advocate using application/rss+xml. Syndic8 uses the latter. Ironically, even though he advocates it, Mark Pilgrim’s site apparently does not use it. Same … Continue reading

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Andy Bourland is back in

Andy Bourland is back in the game, which I’m glad to see. I thought he (along with Ann Handley) did an awesome job of turning ClickZ into a must-read — not to mention profitable — content site about online marketing. … Continue reading

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For those of you not

For those of you not getting enough PowerPoint, just Click To Add Title. And while you’re at it, check out (warning: PDF file) Absolute PowerPoint, which discusses what a profound effect PowerPoint has had on the way we think. This … Continue reading

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Okay, I’m definitely unsubscribing from

Okay, I’m definitely unsubscribing from the Moreover Online Marketing channel, which really should be called the SPAM channel. Check out this screenshot. Of 13 unique items (there’s a duplicate in there – not sure where that came from), only 2 … Continue reading

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Boxes and Arrows: Ten Quotable

Boxes and Arrows: Ten Quotable Moments: Challenges and Responses for UI Designers – good stuff. One thing I’ve learned in sales training is that (often) “the issue is not the issue.” In other words, people don’t always say what they … Continue reading

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This is exactly why

This is exactly why I think RSS is the future. Subscribing to a feed is still too technical for the average user (i.e. my Mom), but I’m working on ways to make it simpler…

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I subscribe to the

I subscribe to the Moreover online marketing feed, but I’m, about to unsubscribe because it might as well be called the spam feed. Every other article is about spam. This is not the kind of info I get (or desire) … Continue reading

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As a follow on

As a follow on to the Qlogger.com post below, I think it would be great if they added tools like those you can get at DailyDiary.com. I like the basic idea of Daily Diary – it periodically emails you questions … Continue reading

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I just stumbled across qlogger.com, which

I just stumbled across qlogger.com, which was linked from this excellent post by Phil Wolff. I’d been thinking about the idea of extending the basic idea of blogging into specialized applications like photoblogging, but I think Phil goes one better (and … Continue reading

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MarketingFix was kind enough to blog

MarketingFix was kind enough to blog the latest eViews, which inspired a good comment from Michael Sippey. Here is my response: Yes, there definitely needs to be a shift in user behavior for RSS to take off, and that could take a long … Continue reading

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