Content Delivery And Distribution - Articles Archive
from January 20, 2005 to October 16, 2004

Being able to measure, quantify and analyze in depth the number of subscribers, clickthrough rates and channel preferences (when you have, like I do, many RSS feeds covering different content categories), is of vital importance for any online publisher producing and wanting to monetize RSS feeds. But ... read more

Robin Good - January 20, 2005

"The people who have been fighting P2P file sharing systems, have turned a centralized system like Napster – easily controlled, easily monitored – into a fully decentralized system in the shape of Kazaa. Worst, as a further consequence they have given conceptual fuel to the birth ... read more

Robin Good - January 13, 2005

According to Danny Sullivan of SearchEngineWatch MSN has started offering Web-based search query results via RSS. And, yesterday, MSN made it official. "RSS Feeds for Search Results from the MSN Search weblog explains how this is an alpha feature for the beta MSN Search service and ... read more

Robin Good - Search Engine Watch - January 13, 2005

Online (and offline) events should not be confined anymore to the physical time-space of when and where the event actually occurs. Photo credit: Gavin Whitmore New media technologies, communication, collaboration, presentation and content delivery and distribution technologies provide multiple and complementary pathways to extend events' reach, duration ... read more

Robin Good - January 11, 2005

Gurunet Corporation, well-known for its subscription-based service Gurunet, has just announced a slightly simplified, but most importantly, free version of their fact finding software. This web service is available to PC and Macintosh users and requires only a short and simple download and installation process. The ... read more

Robin Good - January 6, 2005

Transforming the creation of explicit content metadata from an isolated, professional activity into a shared, communicative activity by users, is an important development that should be explored and considered for future development of large repositories of digital content. Photo credit: Justin Bird True: Its uncontrolled nature is fundamentally ... read more

Robin Good - January 5, 2005

Each of the bimonthly newsletters sent out by Jakob Nielsen is a little treasure of practical usability advice. Photo credit: Philipp Mamat In yesterday's issue, titled Reviving Advanced Hypertext, Nielsen once again breaks a convincing lance for the introduction and standardization of several useful hypertext features: ... read more

Robin Good - Jakob Nielsen - AlertBox - January 4, 2005

By December 2005 or before, as I have previously anticipated, Internet Explorer will not be anymore the browser of choice for the majority of Internet users. IE and Outlook free fall Today, according to my own traffic statistics based on a sample of over 600,000 visitors from ... read more

Robin Good - December 31, 2004

Had a great, interesting conversation with Rok Hrastnik of, who is about to release his major research work on RSS. Rok Hrastnik There is nothing like this I have seen before. This is a pretty monumental guide to RSS/Atom newsfeeds and their effective use for online ... read more

Robin Good - December 22, 2004

"Do you have a killer guitar riff but can't sing to save your life? Do you dream of playing in a band but can't find the time? If so, this is the place for you. is on a mission to bring together "virtual bands" comprised of ... read more

Robin Good - December 21, 2004

Here is another great new entry in the independent publisher resource kit: Prodigem. In their official Web pages they describe Prodigem as a peer-to-peer hosting service and content management system. In simpler words this is really a great new way to host and very efficiently ... read more

Robin Good - December 18, 2004

When it comes to distribute very large audio or video files nothing has been able to surpass so far the efficiency of BitTorrent streams. Client-server content-delivery BitTorrent has been able to prove to the many who have tried it out the effective value of swarming-based content delivery ... read more

Robin Good - December 17, 2004

What is so great about radio and audio communications, versus the written ones, is that you can actually hear the "true" voice of the people involved. While it may take longer to listen to a radio interview or to a so-called podcast (Internet on-demand commcasting) rather ... read more

Robin Good - December 15, 2004

News Aggregators, also known as Newsreaders or RSS Readers are becoming extremely popular with news junkies for three main reasons - they perform a really useful task, they're typically very easy to use and in most cases, are free. Photo credit: Lynne Lancaster So, what's the catch? ... read more

Robin Good - Digital Web Magazine - December 5, 2004
Robin's article, RSSTop55 - Best Blog Directory and RSS Submission Sites, shows you how to submit your RSS feed to many different blog and RSS directories. If you're a blogger, your blogging software may have a feature that makes it easy and quick to notify directories ... read more

Robin Good - November 10, 2004
Podcasting is the emerging smarter on-demand broadcasting paradigm emerging from the blogosphere. How do you do it? You simply make an audio recording of an interview, a new track you are working on, a radio show you want to broadcast on the Internet and then you ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - November 1, 2004
Boing Boing's Cory Doctorow reports on what appears to really be a super major news items for anyone seriously interested in seeing how independent newsmakers are about to create a world-wide independent news clearinghouse. Called wikinews this new project is set to become a free alternative ... read more

Robin Good - Boing Boing - October 26, 2004
The ever resourceful digital media blogger, Jake Ludington, has written a highly informative and user-friendly guide on how to transfer and use digital audio files from iPodder to any Windows-based media player and has published the screenshot-filled tutorial on his site Mediablab. Since the whole Podcasting phenomenum ... read more

Robin Good - October 25, 2004
Robert Scoble, chief Microsoft blogging evangelist has really some great stuff on his blog. I must acknowledge this. His passion, open and direct reporting of the events and issues that touch him most directly, the frankness and smart questioning he uses with his interviewees, his unstoppable ... read more

Robert Scoble - October 19, 2004
Patrick Spain, founder of HighBeam Research an online research service for individuals, and co-founder/former chairman/CEO of Hoover's (online provider of company information), has some really great statements cropping in a larger post he recently made on the ContextNext guest series, hosted by Rafat Ali on Mr. ... read more

Robin Good - October 16, 2004

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