Comments: There are Feeds and Then There are Feeds

The last sentence nearly did my head in - any chance of re-phrasing it?

Your RSS feed-reading pattern is similar to mine now - ie more and more topic/tag feeds. And not meaning to self-promote (much), but I've written on this very topic recently:
http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/002638.php
http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/002652.php

Posted by Richard MacManus at February 8, 2005 07:23 PM

My problem with search feeds is that I write about strategic issues in telecom, and am not very interested in the minor details. So if I search for "VoIP" I get too much. "Disintermediate" gets some interesting eclectica. Often the ideas I and other are writing about haven't yet generated their own vocabulary. But then again, if it was easy to find everything yourself, there would be no living to be made finding it on behalf of consulting clients.

Posted by Martin Geddes at February 11, 2005 08:00 AM

Mary, this entry really got me thinking. Since I've read it I've been playing around with search feeds, and wow, it does make a big difference. Cool!

Posted by Lisa Williams at February 14, 2005 08:20 PM