Start your aggregators!

Ladies and gentlemen, start your RSS Aggregators. Over the next few hours we’ll be posting a few things, many of which won’t be found on Memeorandum.

Here’s a couple, just to give some flavor.

Glutter.org has a range of writers and photographers who are covering the Hong Kong WTO protests.

Thomas Hawk spit up his non-fat Starbucks latte when Andrew Orlowski wrote about “Moral Responsibility” on the Register’s site. Heheh, I just spit up my Diet Pepsi. Andrew, you must warn us when you’re gonna do stuff like this!

Anyway, let’s see how many posts we can chew through before bedtime.

Oh, and to Jeremy Wright and the folks who gave me heck about full-text feeds, the heck with you! Nicely, of course. Wouldn’t want Mena Trott to talk about me at a conference now, would I? Hmmmm.

But, I just finished a feed read. I started at 2 p.m. I have a little more than 700 feeds. So it took six hours of reading to get through all my feeds.

I need fewer feeds, not more! So, those of you who only offer partial text feeds make it very easy on me! The problem is that more and more of you are doing full text feeds. Damn you!

Oh, I’m in an ornery mood. Blame it on the jetlag.

16 thoughts on “Start your aggregators!

  1. It’s dead obvious. No need to “expect”.

    Honestly, stop taking all this blogging so dead seriously. Getting tired of the Scoble fanboy hit-squads or loons yanking me all over the net, as it’s creating some very real legal problems. Have a sense of humor. Let go of your big fat egos.

  2. It’s dead obvious. No need to “expect”.

    Honestly, stop taking all this blogging so dead seriously. Getting tired of the Scoble fanboy hit-squads or loons yanking me all over the net, as it’s creating some very real legal problems. Have a sense of humor. Let go of your big fat egos.

  3. It’s not a blog. Rather a glob. And the “incomprehensible profanity” was demo’ing Mena’s hypocrisy in the wake of a speech on civility.

    And far be of it for me to hand you a clue, but it’s a PARODY. Yah, dimwit. Geeesh.

  4. It’s not a blog. Rather a glob. And the “incomprehensible profanity” was demo’ing Mena’s hypocrisy in the wake of a speech on civility.

    And far be of it for me to hand you a clue, but it’s a PARODY. Yah, dimwit. Geeesh.

  5. Well, Robert, I think the best part about his blog is that you no longer have to pay any attention to his criticisms of your own blog :-)

    Anyone who produces such an ill-prepared yet horribly affected stream of incomprehensible profanity and calls it a blog can’t really be in a position to complain much about anyone else’s blog.

    I was reminded of nothing quite so much as a small child who’s just discovered [a] swear words, and [b] that swearing annoys their parents.

    I expect it’s supposed to be ironic. Or something that rhymes with that, at least.

  6. Well, Robert, I think the best part about his blog is that you no longer have to pay any attention to his criticisms of your own blog :-)

    Anyone who produces such an ill-prepared yet horribly affected stream of incomprehensible profanity and calls it a blog can’t really be in a position to complain much about anyone else’s blog.

    I was reminded of nothing quite so much as a small child who’s just discovered [a] swear words, and [b] that swearing annoys their parents.

    I expect it’s supposed to be ironic. Or something that rhymes with that, at least.

  7. Ornery: my comment? So?

    Should I say “congratulations?” Probably. I’ve been bugging him for years to get a blog. So, why should I link to it? Does it have something that my readers must know about? I don’t see it yet.

  8. Ornery: my comment? So?

    Should I say “congratulations?” Probably. I’ve been bugging him for years to get a blog. So, why should I link to it? Does it have something that my readers must know about? I don’t see it yet.

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