TechnoBuzz

A Techno Blog, mainly about Java

Social Media is Killing Feed Aggregation

The world of web content is changing before us. Just this week, the N.Y Times has gone on the record and indicated :

“We Will Stop Printing The New York Times Sometime In The Future”.

The way we get news has been for a long time been changing.  Some companies have had for while  a problem on how we use their content.

With the way the content is shared and presented, there is bound to be people who wan’t a piece of the $$$ pie.  Here is a good post on some of the types of news aggregation, and some of the  litigation/settlements in the misunderstandings on who has a right to publish the data. Or even, who owns the data. On the outs is the  RSS feed reader.

September 12, 2010 Posted by | Current Affairs, Web/Tech, XML | Leave a comment

Tech in Politics

John Edwards announces . That’s a first.

On of the first memories I have from my childhood is  when Nixon stepped down and Ford took the reigns. I did not know about the UNC connection with Gerald Ford til recently. I always heard that Ford was some sort of good athlete.

December 31, 2006 Posted by | Current Affairs | Leave a comment

Miers

Link: The Left Coaster: Who is Harriet Miers?.

October 5, 2005 Posted by | Current Affairs | Leave a comment

Katrina

Grassroots effort: Katrina.

September 10, 2005 Posted by | Current Affairs | Leave a comment

New Java Gig

I start a new job with the Administration of the Courts in the Technology division on 18th. It says on this web site that their web site is pretty good. Here is a report from Gartner on the Project. [old site]

November 17, 2004 Posted by | Current Affairs | Leave a comment

Fool Money Ball Collection

Tom Gardner found the lessons from Lewis’ book quite applicable to
general stock investing and very relevant in his search for
undiscovered, unloved, and undervalued small-cap Hidden Gems.
[part1] [part2] [part3] [part4] [part5]

November 9, 2004 Posted by | Current Affairs | Leave a comment

Election Info

Election links


electoral-vote

November 3, 2004 Posted by | Current Affairs | Leave a comment

Kerry Watch

Here is an assortment of the polls. Go Kerry!

November 1, 2004 Posted by | Current Affairs | Leave a comment

KerryEdwards

The Democratic Convention has a blog.

Or check out MSNBC’s The HardBlogger, or try the electablog.

Andrew Sullivan , a Kerry Supporter.

Un-official Kerry Blog

Clinton blog real, ?

Atrios

From the roots blog

Stakeholder

Election watch

Oliver Willis

Cagle on MSN

Cagle.com

Slashdot picks

Kerry Edwards Blog

National Debate

November 1, 2004 Posted by | Current Affairs | Leave a comment