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» You mean I can go for quality instead of quantity?! from crows to burnaby
Found my way to Chris Anderson's Long Tail blog, which addresses the "long tail" of the web - all the niche sites that, individually, don't account for much traffic, but collectively offer a massive wealth of specialized information. I was particula... [Read More]
» The Case for Quality from Insanely Great Sites!
In "Blog design in the age of RSS", "The Long Tail" author Chris Anderson suggests that the new shift towards RSS as a substantial traffic source means that the quality of articles posted to your site is beginning to be more important than regular... [Read More]
» RSS feeds: the free market at work from Sha Ka Ree
Instapundit points to a couple of posts about RSS feeds. In one, Chris Anderson talks about the quality of articles since RSS is moving to the Push model, in the other, Asymmetrical Information is pulling full feeds because ad revenue is down. Personal... [Read More]
» Feed splicing = content dilution? from engadgeted.net
Matt Haughey complains about stinky links in other people's feeds, even though he himself has been splicing up his feed for a while: After five years of doing this, I never thought I'd be reduced to handfuls of interesting links sprinkled with a dab of... [Read More]
» RSS vs. the 24 hour news cycle from 90% Crud
Bruce Schneier posted his response to a call for the media to pipe down about terrorist attacks. The argument goes that by publicizing terror attacks the media is creating terror, so why not short-circuit the terrorists' goal? Mr. Schneier explains... [Read More]
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