On 16/01/06, Robert Hoekman, Jr. <mmbeta en gmail.com> wrote:
> [Please voluntarily trim replies to include only relevant quoted material.] > > I've been thinking lately baout RSS feeds. From what I can tell, they seem > to only be used by 1-5% of the connected world, and I've been imagining what > could be done to make RSS more accessible to the average non-geek computer > user and make RSS more popular.
Much has been said already in this thread about the subscription
process, but less about the problem of actually consuming the
I just came across a RSS aggregator developed by the people at Raskin
Center for Humane Interfaces - the Humanized Reader. Their main
design goal is that reading an aggregator be as simple as reading a