Matt made this website to explain RSS to people who are as-ye unfamilar with it.
A service that—amongst other things—allows you to read newsletters in your RSS reader.
Brendan describes the software he’s using to get away from Adobe’s mafia business model.
Push notifications explained using astrology. But don’t worry, there’s also some code, just in case you prefer your explanations to also include models that actually work.
Oh, dear. Adobe Shadow gets a new name and a hefty price tag. Yesterday it was free. Today it is $119.88 per year. It’s useful but it’s not that useful.
So, lazy web, who’s working on an open-source alternative?
"As of today, you can play full-length tracks and entire albums for free on the Last.fm website."
Excellent news from the New York Times: no more charging for content. Finally, I can link to NYT articles from blog posts (and del.icio.us).
Magnolia is providing microformat feeds: simple HTML documents marked up with xFolk, hReview or hAtom. It's basically a simple sort of API. Very nice.