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 a less cluttered inbox.
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
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 […]