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RSS feeds are like sushi belts

14.04.2005 - 10:00 / filled under default

"Turning the web into 'sushi belts'" is the title of a BBC article with one of the best descriptions of what RSS can be:

While the majority still seek out sites of interest through search engines and keep addresses bookmarked, others increasingly use "RSS" feeds. [..]

Like sushi restaurant conveyor belts, it delivers content to people so they can easily pick what they want to read.
I don't like the taste of sushi, but the concept is very convinient for a picky girl. Perhpaps that is why I have so much fun using feeds? :o)

(thx for the link to "Don Loeb")

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