Independent Publishing - Articles Archive
from October 31, 2004 to October 8, 2004

Project DU Reader is a new RSS newsreader, with some innovative ideas and a cross-platform promise: Win, Mac and Linux. While Project DU Reader is presently available only for PC/Windows, the Mac version will be out in a matter of days (while the Linux one is ... read more

Robin Good - October 31, 2004
"Accessibility is about building web pages that can be navigated and read by everyone, regardless of disability, location, experience or technology." (Tim Berners-Lee Founder of the World Wide Web Director of W3C) Here is a new innovative mini-resource about accessibility its role, its laws and its ... read more

Max Design - [via] - October 29, 2004

Bill French, co-founder of MyST Technology Partners just sent me an email referencing my recent article covering good examples of RSS newsmastering applications and where he gently shows me their progress as validation of the emerging NewsMater role. Bill French writes:"This Edu RSS item caught my ... read more

Bill French - Myst Technology Partners - October 28, 2004

This excellent report from Morgan Stanley's analysts Mary Meeker, Brian Pitz and Brian Fitzgerald is an absolute must-read for anyone involved with building or maintaining a profitable and forward-looking online publishing business. The three research analysts at MS have done an abolsutely excellent job at understanding, evaluating, ... read more

Morgan Stanley - October 27, 2004
Thanks to Stephen Downes who has been promptly pointing at this very interesting resource brought together by Brian Lamb and Alan Levine. I truly like their open-ended approach to popularizing these new concepts and ideas as they start to emerge in the academic world. Unless you have ... read more

UBC - Various Authors - [via Stephen Downes] - October 27, 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
Creating profitable buzz-targeted niche news sites (shooting stars sites) is an additional route expert newsmasters and RSS news geeks can take to further diversify and extend their income streams. Leaving to you the breadth and range of possible topics that can be covered by this approach, ... read more

Robin Good Reports - 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

True bloggers can't be bought. This is my personal take on this hot topic as it comes spinning off. Marc Canter reports that he has been working at a new program which will pay bloggers to blog about specific products and services. While I would ... read more

Robin Good - October 25, 2004
FeedFire is a breakthrough new service that allows anyone to create automatically a RSS news feed for any Web site that does not have one. You simply register at FeedFire, input the URL of the page and FeedFire dos the rest for you in the fraction of ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - October 23, 2004
How do I feel about advertising on weblogs? As I have commented to Jason Kottke "The revolution will be commercialized" the key issues may not really be those we see discussed over and over. Here is my personal take about the commercialization of weblogs and why ... read more

Robin Good - October 22, 2004
Dave Morgan at ClickZ writes about the need to move from ad-targeting to a more consumer-centric, ad-filtering mentality. "Ad targeting helps publishers improve inventory revenue yield, enabling them to sell more ads for more money. It helps advertisers improve campaign effectiveness, enabling them to deliver more appropriate ... read more

Robin Good - October 21, 2004

David Sifry reports extensively and effectively on the numbers making up the blogosphere in the last two years through a number of self-explanatory charts. The latest section published by Technorati's chief officer is part 4 of a series on the growth of the Blogosphere, its impact on ... read more

David Sifry - October 18, 2004
"Forget squeezing millions from a few megahits at the top of the charts. The future of entertainment is in the millions of niche markets at the shallow end of the bitstream." If you haven't read it in print, in the last issue of Wired magazine, get a ... read more

Robin Good - Wired - October 18, 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
Mark Pesce has recently published a lengthy, punchy, strong piece anticipating a take over of what used to be major broadcast media by the unstoppable emerging forces of P2P network distribution, personal syndication, and low-cost transmission technologies. Professor Pesce, now happily emigrated to Australia to coordinate ... read more

Robin Good - October 15, 2004
In today's Alertbox issue, usability guru Jakob Nielsen, strikes positive chords when analyzing in detail the reasons that make newsletter subscription and access effective. I know I am not the first one to notice or complain about how annoying or counter effective user registration can be, ... read more

Robin Good - October 11, 2004
Webnote is a tool for taking notes on your computer. It allows you quickly to write something down during a meeting, class, or any other time that you have a web browser available. You start by creating a workspace and creating notes in the workspace. You ... read more

Robin Good - October 10, 2004
As an existing or budding NewsMaster, creating your own unique RSS newsfeeds from your personally evaluated and selected sources, the ultimate destination of your content is almost certainly going to be your subscribers' newsreaders or aggregators. Your subscribers have plenty to choose from. Some are web-based, ... read more

Robin Good - October 9, 2004
As an independent publisher and NewsMaster, having access to authoritative news sources is an essential resource. Although more and more news publishing entities around the world are offering some or all of their content online, it's always a judgement call as to which ones are authoritative ... read more

Francis Good - - via [] - October 8, 2004

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