Gutted. I loved Google Reader. Heck, I even managed to get the wife addicted to it. I don't want to click "OK". I'm not OK with this. If I don't click "OK" will they have to leave switched on...?
You've gotta marvel at a world in which I can keep in touch with what's happening back at Chez Nelson by checking out an RSS feed of my wife's Facebook status:
For several years now I've been trying, somewhat unsuccessfully, to convince friends and family to start making use of web feeds. In August 2005 when I made a list of ten things that I felt were not popular enough, I
OK, well, in contrast to the message box in my previous blog entry, today I was presented with this great message from IE7: Ah yes, that's what I like - nice tight integration between applications. In all likelihood I'll probably
Share Your OPML - A commons for sharing outlines, feeds, and taxonomy. This looks mildly entertaining (I particularly like the "Subscriptions Like Mine" feature).
Some days I feel like I'm spitting in the wind. It amazes me that the following ten concepts, websites and applications aren't more widely used: RSS Feeds - why waste your time repeatedly trawling dozens of sites looking for new
Today, after just nine months, I decided to abandon my use of Newsgator for reading feeds, in favour of using Bloglines. It's saved me a great deal of time already - Bloglines' aggregated feed pages make it
Mostly security enhancements, according to Microsoft Watch. "New" features include tabbed browsing and support for transparent PNGs. No comment yet on whether full support will be given for CSS2 - *sigh*. Curiously, there's also talk that IE7 will feature an