According to my Twitter history, I signed up for a bunch of email newsletters in 2011. I can kind of infer from my Gmail history that it took about a year before I realized that I never read the email newsletters. One day I purged them all, likely thinking it would be nice to have… Continue reading Ditching my email newsletters
New features on My Status Cloud tonight. Actually, one has been around for a couple days, but I wanted to get the next one in before sharing. 🙂 First, my favorite, you can now subscribe by OPML file instead of inputting only a single feed or a .tel domain into the subscription box. How cool… Continue reading Is Your OPML Cloud Enabled? Let’s Find Out!
I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not so savvy to the world of domains and DNS. I can configure standard CNAME, A, MX stuff as need be, but I don’t go much beyond that. It was intriguing then to get a request from @plaggypig asking if I could resolve feeds from .TEL lookups.… Continue reading Subscribing To RSS Cloud Feeds Via .TEL Domains
If you’ve seen Almost Famous, you know the phrase. It’s the feeling around the phrase that means something. Something feels like it is happening. Today, it is all happening. I sat down to get some work done on My Status Cloud, my version of an RSS Cloud client/reader/aggregator, and all of a sudden there was… Continue reading It’s All Happening
Dave Winer went full on rock and roll on Friday when he told everybody he was following they now have a cloud enabled feed. I’m not sure if he would use this analogy, but he became somewhat of a FeedBurner to Twitter’s proprietary unchangeable publishing format. A TweetBurner? There is a two part awesomeness to… Continue reading Even More Cloud Enabled Feeds (Your Own)