2007: The Year in RSS

December 25, 2007

Marshall Kirkpatrick writes: “This past year was a big one for RSS. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, was the backbone of all early developments in the new era of the internet. It made blogs readable, podcasts subscribable, wikis trackable and search persistent. While explicit, knowing adoption of RSS is often said to be dismal (“it’s too complicated, it’s just more info overload” etc.) – I think we may be underestimating the extent of adoption. Here’s my list of highlights from 2007, what’s yours?”

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