My bot parsed 12,387 RSS feeds and all I got were these links.
23 July 2017
Bryan Alexander has a good description
of an "open web" reading pipeline in
I defy the world and go back to
I'm all for the open web, but 40 separate folders for
400 feeds? That would drive me nuts. I'm a lumper,
not a splitter. I have one
folder for 12,387 feeds.
My chosen way to use RSS (and one of the great things about RSS is you can choose UX independently of information sources) is a "scored river". Something like Dave Winer's River of News concept, that you can navigate by just scrolling, but not exactly a river of news.
with full text if available, but without images. I can click through if I want the images.
items grouped by score, not feed. (Scores assigned managed by a dirt-simple algorithm where a feed "invests" a percentage of its points in every link, and the investments pay out in a higher score for that feed if the user likes a link.)
I also put the byline at the bottom of each item. Anyway, one thing I have found out about manipulating my own filter bubble is that linklog feeds and blogrolls are great inputs. So here's a linklog feed. (It's mirrored from the live site, which annoys everyone except me.)
Here are some actual links.
This might look funny: How I ran my kids like an Atlassian team for a month. But think about it for a minute. Someone at every app or site your kids use is doing the same thing, and their goals don't include "Dignity and Respect" or "Hard Work Smart Work".
Global network of 'hunters' aim to take down terrorists on the internet
It took me a few days to figure things out and after a few weeks I was dropping accounts like flies…
Google's been running a secret test to detect bogus ads — and its findings should make the industry nervous. (This is a hella good idea. Legit publishers could borrow it: just go ad-free for a few minutes at random, unannounced, a couple of times a week, then send the times straight to CMOs.
Did you buy ads that someone claimed ran on our site at these times? Well, you got played.)
For an Inclusive Culture, Try Working Less
As I said, to this day, my team at J.D. Edwards was the most diverse I’ve ever worked on....Still, I just couldn’t get over that damned tie.
The Al Capone theory of sexual harassment
Initially, the connection eluded us: why would the same person who made unwanted sexual advances also fake expense reports, plagiarize, or take credit for other people’s work?
Jon Tennant - The Cost of Knowledge
But there’s something much more sinister to consider; recently a group of researchers saw fit to publish Ebola research in a ‘glamour magazine’ behind a paywall; they cared more about brand association than the content. This could be life-saving research, why did they not at least educate themselves on the preprint procedure....
This Is How Your Fear and Outrage Are Being Sold for Profit (Profit? What about
Fine, have some cute animal photos, I was done with the other stuff anyway: Photographer Spends Years Taking Adorable Photos of Rats to Break the Stigma of Rodents