RSS rumblings at Microsoft

With my own organization looking hard at RSS-ifying our offerings, I’ve started collecting various “implications” articles….this one sent to me just a few minutes ago by a fellow developer:

Microsoft flip-flop may signal blog clog | CNET

“In the blogosphere, there is hardly anything more irritating (than) an abbreviated RSS feed,” blogger Steve Main wrote on his blog. “The whole purpose of an RSS aggregator is so that I don’t have to open my freaking Web browser to 100 different pages. By having the content right there in my aggregator, I can skim an entire article in the time it takes to open up a new Web browser. By not including full content in the RSS feed, you take away some of the productivity gains that RSS offers.”

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