Wednesday, October 20, 2004

RSS Loves Mac OS X

RSS allows web sites to easily syndicate and share content with people and "other systems". Once somebody subscribes to your "RSS Feed" through their "RSS Program", they've got a "live link" to you: As soon as you update your site, they know about it, and can read some or all of what you just wrote. We Mac OS X users are very fortunate to benefit from a rich developer community around RSS.

DrunkenBlog interviewed a few key Mac OS X "RSS Program" developers on the future of their applications.

A key line of questioning revolves around Apple's recent involvement in the field by building RSS-capabilities into the future version of their own web browser, Safari.

Interesting answers.

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