Sunday, April 03, 2005
Today's podcast discusses fun with del.icio.us: aggregated feeds and traffic fragmentation, trackforwards, and "ICATT."
- del.icio.us; FeedBurner's SmartCast; BlawgCast.com; BlawgCast's feed explained
- Doug Kaye discusses concerns about being able to count listeners, and using a sampling license. Would commercially supported podcasters be put out by something like del.icio.us + SmartCast powered feeds? Presumably not, because all the download activity is directed to the original host, so the downloads can all be counted (given the right software; what is the right software, anyone?), and there's no copying involved. (As far as IT Conversations goes, links to media files are dynamically genrated, so I don't know/don't think this scenario would work with that material (?).) But the existence of good aggregated feeds might cause listeners to unsubscribe from the individual feeds being aggregated. Does anyone care?
- 3/31/05 Morning Coffee Notes; Steve Rubel's Micro Persuasion; Pitch.Me Del.icio.usly; del.icio.us tag micropersuasion
- (Dang, ICATT.org is taken)
- del.icio.us tag bagandbaggage; del.icio.us tag betweenlawyers; del.icio.us tag soundpolicy. Want to get my attention? Go to del.icio.us and tag something with one of these terms!
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