Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from October 24, 2005 to July 28, 2005

The new, long-awaited version of the RSSTop55 Premium is finally available online. The RSSTop55 Premium, Maximum ExpoRSSure, is a 60-page mini-guide that complements and augments the freely accessible public RSSTop55 clearinghouse I have been publishing online, in helping individuals and organizations find the most relevant RSS ... read more

Robin Good - October 24, 2005

Sharewood Picnic is Robin Good's weekly basket of hand-picked goodies discovered and found in the last seven days; it includes new web sites, software tools and online resources that can further enable your ability to become effective independent publishers online. You are welcome to test, download and ... read more

Robin Good - October 23, 2005

The realization of the Long Tail and the opportunities it delivers to the small publishers, niche musicians, independent video-makers is tightly weaved with the ability of Internet entrepreneurs and open-source developers to design effective search tools that enable true exploration of specific media universes like books, ... read more

Robin Good - October 5, 2005

Here again today, like every Sunday, my selection of new media picks selected from all those greart new resources and tools that I have seen pass in front of my eyes but for which I have not had enough resources and time to create a specific ... read more

Robin Good - October 2, 2005

Foafing the Music is the first music recommender system based on user's profile. This means that, depending on what you like, what you listen to, where you live, you get personalized music recommendations. Foafing the Music is part of the SIMAC IST-EU project which devotes itself ... read more

Oscar Celma - Universidad Pompeu Fabra - October 1, 2005
Here is a new white-paper on podcasting for learning: Written and produced by the Otter Group, the paper "dips [the authors'] baby toes into the pool of possibilities in podcasting for learning." Since March of this year the Otter Group has been producing the Negotiating Tip of ... read more

Aixa Almonte [via Kathleen Gilroy] - Otter Group - September 21, 2005
During the night I received a welcome notification from Pito Salas of BlogBridge. In appreciation for some of the useful insight and advice I have provided to BlogBridge in the development and design of their unique open-source cross-platform RSS reader-aggregator, BlogBridge has officialized my acceptance to ... read more

Robin Good - BlogBridge - September 20, 2005

Scoping the contents of an information site is a tough task. that is why major search engines have become the major, most used and accessed gateways to anyone site pages. They are indeed, by far, the fastest and easiest method to discover and find out whether ... read more

Robin Good - September 19, 2005

As reported by SearchEngineWatch, Google has just introduced its long awaited blog search service, becoming the first major search engine to offer full-blown blog and feed search capabilities. "While Google web search has allowed you to limit results to popular blog file types such as RSS ... read more

Robin Good - Chris Sherman - Search Engine Watch - September 14, 2005

With the combination of Internet calls and VoiceXML, a new era of innovation is coming to the telephone. Skype has jut announced its partnership with three voice application development companies opening a new huge market for voice-based services and applications delivered through the Skype platform: Sport information Training ... read more

Robin Good - September 10, 2005
"Call it the widget revolution. Mac OS X, Windows and Linux all have widgets for pulling in available content from small software houses and other sources around the Internet. Although users can cull these free bits of data from elsewhere on the Web, the widget, thanks ... read more

Elizabeth Millard - Newsfactor - September 8, 2005

Yesterday evening, Brady Forrest from Microsoft Search informed me and the other Search Champs via email that the new MSN Search engine is now capable of searching in full within RSS and Atom feeds. Here is the communication he sent out: "We pushed out two new operators last ... read more

Robin Good - August 31, 2005

Prompted by the business prospect of a coming search market valued at $ 18 billion in the next five years (source: Safa Rashtcy - Piper Jaffray) and following the recent technology announcements in personalized collaborative search made by Yahoo (My Web 2.0) and Google (My Search ... read more

Robin Good - August 23, 2005
Imagine being able to broadcast and receive digital information from your Wi-Fi enabled car, cell phone, handheld computer or MP3 player as you move around your environment. Everyone participates in a dynamic, decentralized network of individuals sharing information with anyone within a 30 mile radius. ... read more - August 22, 2005

On the RSS enterprise front there is a lot going on that is not readily apparent yet. A number of companies are readying new products and services which should an order of magnitude better than the RSS newsmastering tools we have seen so far. Also the ... read more

Robin Good - August 18, 2005

The issue of what is right and best to do when it comes to republish content or even just headlines coming from a public RSS feed is now spreading to the growing number of independent online publishers taking advantage of RSS powerful syndication and real-time news ... read more

Sharon Housley - August 17, 2005

If you hadn't taken seriously my previous post about Google finally moving to fully adopt and support RSS, now you have final proof that the most popular search engine has indeed understood the limitations of supporting Atom feeds only and has finally made available its all ... read more

Robin Good - August 10, 2005

New media picks of the week is my weekly basket of tasty resources, tools and services. These are this week little gems that I have run into, have accidentally discovered or been pointed to or have read about in articles, RSS feeds and newsletters I subscribe ... read more

Robin Good - August 7, 2005

Wouldn't it be great to be able to take your television with you anywhere you want around your home apartment? How about seeing your favorite satellite TV match from your laptop while connected from an Internet cafè on the other side of the world? And since traditional TV ... read more

Robin Good - August 6, 2005

In the past few years, developers could choose between two approaches when building a web application. The first approach was to create a screen-based system with very rich interactions using a sophisticated, powerful technology such as Java or Flash. The alternative approach was to create a ... read more

Joshua Porter - UIE - July 28, 2005

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