36 thoughts on “Non-GYM posts go out window with Really Simple Sharing

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  2. Robert, could you render a rebuttal !! Why did you call it really simple sharing(rss) ??

    I posed a critical question (imho), rss is not equal to sse. I dunna why you changed it. Will you enlighten ??

  3. Robert, could you render a rebuttal !! Why did you call it really simple sharing(rss) ??

    I posed a critical question (imho), rss is not equal to sse. I dunna why you changed it. Will you enlighten ??

  4. Coulter. 1. Calling you house?! Are you crazy? I’ve never called you house. I don’t even know you. 2. If I have no idea what I’m talking about, why don’t you enlighten me? You have been named as someone who received an email from Robert Scoble that was later printed in The Register that Scoble has denied sending. It’s a pretty simple thing. You can either confirm that the email that Robert Scoble emailed you contained the message that Robert said it did or that the Register said it did. I’m not sure why you would say you can’t talk about that. Irrespective of any potential legal liability surrounding the issue, truth is always a safe defense against libel. I don’t mean to disparage your character — I don’t even know you (and have certainly never called your home) I’d just think you’d be interested in clearing your name on this one.

  5. Coulter. 1. Calling you house?! Are you crazy? I’ve never called you house. I don’t even know you. 2. If I have no idea what I’m talking about, why don’t you enlighten me? You have been named as someone who received an email from Robert Scoble that was later printed in The Register that Scoble has denied sending. It’s a pretty simple thing. You can either confirm that the email that Robert Scoble emailed you contained the message that Robert said it did or that the Register said it did. I’m not sure why you would say you can’t talk about that. Irrespective of any potential legal liability surrounding the issue, truth is always a safe defense against libel. I don’t mean to disparage your character — I don’t even know you (and have certainly never called your home) I’d just think you’d be interested in clearing your name on this one.

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  7. Brandon,

    Sony announced the PS3 price today. Same range as Xbox. $300-$400.

    http://money.cnn.com/2005/11/21/technology/playstation_fortune_112805/

    Personally, I think the PS3 will come out on top, with Xbox 360 second. But my guess is people, except for the hardcore gamers, will either buy a PS3 or an Xb0x 360 but not both. I’ll bet that EVERYONE will own a Revolution IF they buy a second console. I can’t see a large number of people buying both a PS3 and Xbox 360. But I can see them owning one or the other and a Revolution.

    I’ll also bet that Sony drops the PS2 price to $99. When is Microsoft going to drop the Xbox price? Any plans for that?

  8. Brandon,

    Sony announced the PS3 price today. Same range as Xbox. $300-$400.

    http://money.cnn.com/2005/11/21/technology/playstation_fortune_112805/

    Personally, I think the PS3 will come out on top, with Xbox 360 second. But my guess is people, except for the hardcore gamers, will either buy a PS3 or an Xb0x 360 but not both. I’ll bet that EVERYONE will own a Revolution IF they buy a second console. I can’t see a large number of people buying both a PS3 and Xbox 360. But I can see them owning one or the other and a Revolution.

    I’ll also bet that Sony drops the PS2 price to $99. When is Microsoft going to drop the Xbox price? Any plans for that?

  9. Hawk, don’t go there. You know nothing. I can’t fight back right now anyways, not yet at least. But if you and Scoble keep it up, I hope a nice payoff. And stop calling my home please. All I will (and can) say.

  10. Hawk, don’t go there. You know nothing. I can’t fight back right now anyways, not yet at least. But if you and Scoble keep it up, I hope a nice payoff. And stop calling my home please. All I will (and can) say.

  11. Coulter, aren’t you the guy that fabricates emails and then sends them as truth to people? Not sure I’m ready to listen to anything you have to say until you explain your role in that whole Register fiasco.

  12. Coulter, aren’t you the guy that fabricates emails and then sends them as truth to people? Not sure I’m ready to listen to anything you have to say until you explain your role in that whole Register fiasco.

  13. Can you do basic math? Yes? THE INSTALLED BASE. 90 million PS2′ers, Xbox 22 million, with 360 expected to sell at best, 6 to 7 million. Now if only half of PS users upgrade, will still beat TOTAL Xbox market share.

    Plus it be a subsidized Blu-Ray offering. Xbox 360 will be a great second place finish tho. Wait until it be out to start your Major Nelson type of FUD. Just focus on the strengths of Xbox (Xbox Live) and don’t always case PS3, looks unseemingly.

    But it is not only me…

    http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3145753
    http://www.thestreet.com/_googlen/tech/ronnaabramson/10253707.html?cm_ven=GOOGLEN&cm_cat=FREE&cm_ite=NA

  14. Can you do basic math? Yes? THE INSTALLED BASE. 90 million PS2′ers, Xbox 22 million, with 360 expected to sell at best, 6 to 7 million. Now if only half of PS users upgrade, will still beat TOTAL Xbox market share.

    Plus it be a subsidized Blu-Ray offering. Xbox 360 will be a great second place finish tho. Wait until it be out to start your Major Nelson type of FUD. Just focus on the strengths of Xbox (Xbox Live) and don’t always case PS3, looks unseemingly.

    But it is not only me…

    http://www.1up.com/do/newsStory?cId=3145753
    http://www.thestreet.com/_googlen/tech/ronnaabramson/10253707.html?cm_ven=GOOGLEN&cm_cat=FREE&cm_ite=NA

  15. Chris – on what basis are you expecting the PS3 to beat out the X360?

    The inferior hardware? The endless delays? The predicted $500+ price tag? The wacky un-ergonomic controller?

  16. Chris – on what basis are you expecting the PS3 to beat out the X360?

    The inferior hardware? The endless delays? The predicted $500+ price tag? The wacky un-ergonomic controller?

  17. Oh brother, this is what tickles Ozzie? Not as opposed to say the Microsoft Cluster Server, System Center Capacity Planner 2006, MOM 3 or even the breakout Dynamics GP 9.0 and the “Project Green” roadmap, but not even Enterprise Windows Desktop Search or the latest in the 64-bit push slash roadmap? Microsoft is so doomed with this flake at the helm and “before they’re fully-baked” what a great motto for Microsoft itself.

    Hey also you might want to break No GYM, for oh say, the Xbox 360 launch, you heard about that, yes? Short breather until the 90 million PS2′ers stomp all over the 360. Also why no mention of the Windows update Firefox plug-in?

    Other M news…(since you aren’t covering it).

    Yet another ethically challenged MFST employee sentenced to jail….Blu-Ray says YES to Java, no to Microsoft, MFST seeking new leader for MBS unit….Microsoft Office 12 Beta 1 getting good reviews….EDS does Microsoft .NET Centers….Mangione Leaves Microsoft….Xbox 360 backwards compatibility sucks – 156 in Europe, only 12 in Japan….Microsoft does E-Mail Hosting Services….Microsoft reveals more competencies for VARs….Windows turns 20; “Windows XP: The Commemorative Edition” (egads)….Microsoft to Beef Up Legal Training, learn those Antitrust laws please….CableLabs deal….ActiveStink 4.1….Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) coordination….Microsoft to give Office access to rivals….Gates at Supercomputing 2005….Microsoft recruits antiphishing support….Virtual Server 2005 R2….Microsoft backs search for the ultimate UK IT girl….Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express (SSMSE)….

    And I could go on…

  18. Oh brother, this is what tickles Ozzie? Not as opposed to say the Microsoft Cluster Server, System Center Capacity Planner 2006, MOM 3 or even the breakout Dynamics GP 9.0 and the “Project Green” roadmap, but not even Enterprise Windows Desktop Search or the latest in the 64-bit push slash roadmap? Microsoft is so doomed with this flake at the helm and “before they’re fully-baked” what a great motto for Microsoft itself.

    Hey also you might want to break No GYM, for oh say, the Xbox 360 launch, you heard about that, yes? Short breather until the 90 million PS2′ers stomp all over the 360. Also why no mention of the Windows update Firefox plug-in?

    Other M news…(since you aren’t covering it).

    Yet another ethically challenged MFST employee sentenced to jail….Blu-Ray says YES to Java, no to Microsoft, MFST seeking new leader for MBS unit….Microsoft Office 12 Beta 1 getting good reviews….EDS does Microsoft .NET Centers….Mangione Leaves Microsoft….Xbox 360 backwards compatibility sucks – 156 in Europe, only 12 in Japan….Microsoft does E-Mail Hosting Services….Microsoft reveals more competencies for VARs….Windows turns 20; “Windows XP: The Commemorative Edition” (egads)….Microsoft to Beef Up Legal Training, learn those Antitrust laws please….CableLabs deal….ActiveStink 4.1….Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN) coordination….Microsoft to give Office access to rivals….Gates at Supercomputing 2005….Microsoft recruits antiphishing support….Virtual Server 2005 R2….Microsoft backs search for the ultimate UK IT girl….Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express (SSMSE)….

    And I could go on…

  19. Please tell me that it goes by SSE and not RSS. I don’t think overloading the meaning of RSS with another meaning would be in any way shape or form a good thing. I notice Ozzie only calls it SSE, and Scoble calls it RSS; I hope that was just a mis-type.

  20. Please tell me that it goes by SSE and not RSS. I don’t think overloading the meaning of RSS with another meaning would be in any way shape or form a good thing. I notice Ozzie only calls it SSE, and Scoble calls it RSS; I hope that was just a mis-type.

  21. Let’s see if the industry adopts it. This would take care of your previous post saying that Microsoft should buy newsgator. Now you have the technology to do it yourselves.

    Man the RSS team must be happy, Greg Reinacker must be shaking in his boots.

    No more newsgator api, no more bloglines api, just have one common standard, SSE.

    It’s almost too good to be true. Let’s see in a year how many readers will be using this, and more importatnly, will this/how will this be integrated into Vista?

  22. Let’s see if the industry adopts it. This would take care of your previous post saying that Microsoft should buy newsgator. Now you have the technology to do it yourselves.

    Man the RSS team must be happy, Greg Reinacker must be shaking in his boots.

    No more newsgator api, no more bloglines api, just have one common standard, SSE.

    It’s almost too good to be true. Let’s see in a year how many readers will be using this, and more importatnly, will this/how will this be integrated into Vista?

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