The (De) Construction Of Twitter

$new_standard = strtolower(“Twitter”); In the last couple of weeks, both Wordpress and Tumblr have announced support for the Twitter API. The immediate benefits are that any forward thinking Twitter client can now also be a Wordpress or Tumblr client as well. Tweetie, one of the most popular iPhone clients, has had support for this for… Continue reading The (De) Construction Of Twitter

On pubsubhubbub (Part 2) – Get with it, PuSH, you’re supposed to be realtime.

Or at least that’s what I thought you were supposed to be. But that’s not what I’m seeing. What I am seeing is the groundwork for a real time network– link rel=”hub” has been added to every Blogger feed and every FeedBurner feed, no? What I am not seeing are the real time feed updates… Continue reading On pubsubhubbub (Part 2) – Get with it, PuSH, you’re supposed to be realtime.

On RSS Cloud and pubsubhubbub (Part 1) – Publishers Have Some Work To Do

The web is live. Yes, seriously, it is there there already. I built a public aggregator that supports RSS Cloud and PubSubHubbub. Dave Winer has a public aggregator that supports RSS Cloud. Lazyfeed has an aggregator that supports RSS Cloud and PubSubHubbub. Google Reader has started to adopt PubSubHubbub. Many more are on the way,… Continue reading On RSS Cloud and pubsubhubbub (Part 1) – Publishers Have Some Work To Do

My Status Cloud – Now Supporting RSS Cloud and pubsubhubbub

The third post written is the first post published. How does that work? Anyhow. Number One. As of last night, My Status Cloud has support for both RSS Cloud and pubsubhubbub. Now, while everyone decides which protocol to use, we can just use them. Ship both first, then decide. I like that answer the best.… Continue reading My Status Cloud – Now Supporting RSS Cloud and pubsubhubbub

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