A little while back, Marcus Herrmann wrote about making RSS more visible again with a /feeds page. Here’s his feeds page. Here’s Remy’s.

Seems like a good idea to me. I’ve made mine:


As well as linking to the usual RSS feeds (blog posts, links, notes), it’s also got an explanation of how you can subscribe to a customised RSS feed using tags.

Then, earlier today, I was chatting with Matt on Twitter and he asked:

btw do you share your blogroll anywhere?

So now I’ve added another URL:


That’s got a link to my OPML file, exported from my feed reader, and a list of the (current) RSS feeds that I’m subscribed to.

I like the idea of blogrolls making a comeback. And webrings.

Have you published a response to this? :



Soy fan de los feeds, son una excelente manera de organizar el contenido que consumo, y me gusta como están obteniendo más atención; esta semana @adactio escribió un poco sobre esto https://adactio.com/journal/17095. Necesitamos más feeds.

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Previously on this day

1 year ago I wrote Summer of Apollo

One film, one podcast, and one website.

1 year ago I wrote Movie Knight

Why so serious?

9 years ago I wrote Farewell to June

A look back and a look ahead.

12 years ago I wrote Open Tech schedule

An hCalendar schedule for your subscribing pleasure.

18 years ago I wrote The Internet Debacle - An Alternative View

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18 years ago I wrote View my profiles

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18 years ago I wrote Blood art sucks and bloodsucker art

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