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October 10, 2004

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Chester

My ludditic tendencies come out in odd ways, but I've just never been enamored with RSS. I, personally, think viewing a site through a third-party lens to be a degradation of the experience.

So, for me, my only content aggregation occurs in my Bookmarks menu.

Dr Know

But what is the business model behind RSS sites? If royalties have to be paid out when revenue comes in, won't that sink them?

Chris

I think that web-based aggregators that have open API's for publishers to dynamically insert feeds will be the go. The aggregator distibutes to all its customers (through a web-interface and any other aggregators on its network) saving the publisher all that bandwidth.

FWIW I'm in the process of building my own web-based aggregator - with a difference. It supports tagging of feeds much like del.ico.us

Sign up at: http://www.feedtagger.com

Cheers,
Chris

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