Full feeds versus partial feeds

Lots of folks out there take a hard line when it comes to publishing either full feeds (the entire contents of each post being published in RSS/Atom) or partial feeds. Scoble, for example, is famous for declaring he won’t subscribe to anyone’s partial feed. Shelley and Rafe have posted thoughtful takes on this, from either […]

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“Nobody is going to read me just for the very occasional update”

Well I don’t know about that Seth. I follow you for your occasional updates because you speak about things I find interesting and are a unique voice. You have knowledge, experience, and a point of view to share. According to Bloglines you have 208 subscribers. That’s a large community if you ask me. But it’s […]

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What will be the future of newspapers and local journalism?

I’ve helped organize a discussion and unconconference having to do with the future of local journalism since the economics that supported it for the past 100 years have been blown apart in the wake of the web and the empowerment it gives consumers to not just consume – but create (blogs/myspace/citizen journalism/craigslist/livejournal/mp3s/you tube) , syndicate […]

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Why Committeepeople Matter

Albert Yee shares just what your local ward committeepeople do. I never really knew until now. A great descriptive piece. Lets hope the ballot weirdness he is hearing about doesn’t effect his candidacy or that of others who are bringing life and participation to local politics in Philly. If he gets dropped from the ballot […]

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Might as well call it ‘WhiteAngloSaxonProtestantAmericaBlog’

Please. Please stop. Stop, stop, stop, stop hurting America. You are partisan… what do you call it…hacks. The link is to the Washington Post’s new blog – ment to speak to just one segment of America’s population – its largest – in the WaPo’s quest to connect with the part of the nation it seeks […]

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