Thu 31 May 2012 07:16:34 AM PDT
RSS is dead? Really?
RSS is not a "hot" idea, and nobody with a short
attention span would give you money to work on it,
but here are some assorted articles that I wouldn't
have read or linked to without it.
Bonus: since RSS is not really a mass medium, you
can easily offer a full feed without worrying about
undermining your traffic.
(I guess that RSS could also be a way to break through
the bubble of social groupthink. I don't know how
many of the people I'm connected to on social sites
would have forwarded this stuff.)
Rick Santorum, Higher Education, and the Jacksonian Politics of Liberty and Respect
Peak eggs: Hubbert and the Easter Bunny
Resurfacing urban areas to offset 150 billion tons of carbon dioxide
New climate strategy: Buy the damn coal and keep it in the ground
Why Inflation Isn’t A Moral Issue
THE ONE TRUE WANKER OF THE DECADE
Ditching Wall Street For A Local Stock Exchange
Height of Folly: Why Housing in Washington, D.C., Is So Awful
The Greatest Business Risk You Don’t Know About – Your Business Will Be Sued Over Patents
39 Ways to Limit Free Speech
Why I boycott SWSX and urge you do to the same
Toby Barnes Field Notes: Social influencer is a Myth
RSS will never die
Resumes are dangerous
Designing and making for a user-base of one
The Constitutional Crimes of Barack Obama
Housework in Utopia
Breivik is a freak, not a real news story
Amanda Palmer, Kickstarter, and Everything
Applying Macrotypography For A More Readable Web Page
The Nerd Parent's Guide: When and how to introduce your kids to Star Wars
A Monstrous Proposal
Five Churchillian tips for writing like a leader
An alternative approach (to financing innovation)
Still Standing Amid the Wreckage
Exploited Writers in an Unfair Industry
We are in the Age of Personal Responsibility
The Pernicious Myth That Slideshows Drive 'Traffic'
Secure Your Domain - Where Is Safe to Register a Domain Name?
Make More Time by Scheduling Your Media
Engineering Infrastructures For Humans
Islam and Politics (large and small, near and far)
Free speech and securities regulation
Workers of the world, level up!
To Profile or Not to Profile?
War Games Are Fake
Our half-conscious assumptions about parking
How to talk conservative
An Introduction to Rent Seeking
Instagram and the Reproduction of Digital Inequality