Format and Delivery Are Alive And Well (RSS, Twitter, and Newspapers)

Depending on which source you choose, it was a day in September of 1833, possibly this one, that the first newspaper delivery boy responded to an advertisement in the New York Sun: To the Unemployed – – A number of steady men can find employment by vending this paper. A liberal discount is allowed to… Continue reading Format and Delivery Are Alive And Well (RSS, Twitter, and Newspapers)

If Users Could Choose How They Publish

I mentioned something briefly the other day that I’ve been rolling in my head a bit ever since. A perfect topic for #blogpostfriday. 🙂 We have a bunch of fun new tech coming out of the web right now. At least two of those things, pubsubhubbub and rssCloud, deal with adding elements to feeds that… Continue reading If Users Could Choose How They Publish