A Blogologist Against RSS

posted on 2005-03-28 at 23:33:19 by Joel Ross

I forget where I saw this, but someone pointed out Steven Streight's blog, where he posts about why he doesn't like RSS. After reading the post, it's pretty obvious it's not that he doesn't like RSS. It's that he doesn't get RSS. He says RSS pushses cont… more »

Categories: Blogging


Technorati For Podcasts

posted on 2005-03-16 at 22:41:15 by Joel Ross

I was listening to the G'Day World podcast with Ewan Spence today on my way home today and it got me thinking. The show was OK, but I wasn't really into the content of it. Ewan runs a site all about Symbian, an operating system for phones and mobile devi… more »

Categories: Podcasting


Dont' Blog In Public?

posted on 2005-03-06 at 22:46:31 by Joel Ross

John Robb says that if money matters to you, then don't blog in public (scroll down a little bit). I don't agree. Blogging has no more consequences than any other actions you take may have. Just on a bigger scale. If you blog something bad about yo… more »

Categories: Blogging


The Daily Commute

posted on 2005-03-06 at 16:04:05 by Joel Ross

Carl Franklin, the host of DotNetRocks and Mondays is going to be starting a new show called the Daily Commute. I'll listen. It took me a long time to get into Monday's, but now that I have, I think it's hilarious. There's something about crude humor tha… more »

Categories: Podcasting


500 Subscriptions

posted on 2005-03-05 at 01:02:34 by Joel Ross

This week, I hit 500 subscriptions in Newsgator. Part of the reason is that I have started subscribing to individual feeds at the asp.net blogs. Why? Because I noticed I was always gettting 25 posts whenever Newsgator synched with them. That means I'm mo… more »

Categories: Blogging


Daily Source Code In NY

posted on 2005-02-21 at 23:31:13 by Joel Ross

I'm catching up on some podcasts that got back logged while I was in California. The top of the list? The Daily Source Code. I was listening to the 2-17 DSC (mp3) on my way home from work today. If you were ever a rap fan or a Snoop fan, and know t… more »

Categories: Podcasting


My BlogMap

posted on 2005-02-13 at 23:06:48 by Joel Ross

I saw a post (unfortunately, it was a while ago, and I forgot to flag it) about BlogMap, a service that puts your blog on the map. Here's mine: So far, I'm the only Spring Lake, MI blogger. Obviously, the first thing you'll want to do is s… more »

Categories: Blogging


PostXING, Again

posted on 2005-01-17 at 22:08:23 by Joel Ross

Interesting news from Chris Frazier. He's implemented (and released) IBlogExtension into his PostXING project. I've been communicating with him off and on over the past week or so, and because I provided him with a sample to look at, I'm now li… more »

Categories: Blogging


Corporate Podcasting Policy

posted on 2005-01-05 at 22:06:13 by Joel Ross

Via Angus Logan (via Leon O'Brien), I saw an article on CIO.com about Podcasting and companies. Specifically, it states the obvious. Podcasting provides the same risks to companies that blogging does. Since anyone can make a podcast, they can also s… more »

Categories: Podcasting


Listening to Podcasts In My Car

posted on 2004-12-29 at 22:41:08 by Joel Ross

A while ago, I mentioned that I wanted to be able to listen to podcasts in my car, and found a solution - an FM modulator that allows me to play MP3s through my radio. I didn't get it, because my wife jumped on me about it. Well, it turns out she had alt… more »

Categories: Podcasting


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