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  1. Looks like Microsoft has been listening to you – they are using an icon cose to the one used by FF and IE… why it’s not exactly the same icon is a mystery – but it is similar enough to be recognizable.

    And the centralized feed listing is excellent – one place to find them all…

  2. Looks like Microsoft has been listening to you – they are using an icon cose to the one used by FF and IE… why it’s not exactly the same icon is a mystery – but it is similar enough to be recognizable.

    And the centralized feed listing is excellent – one place to find them all…

  3. Awesome, that’ll make it easier to find feeds for things.

    Why isn’t Scobleizer in the list? Or am I missing it somewhere? :)

  4. just waiting for the complete OPML file of Microsoft.
    Microsoft, do you want to share your opml? :-)

  5. just waiting for the complete OPML file of Microsoft.
    Microsoft, do you want to share your opml? :-)

  6. [...] RSS Stumbler now available for download It was a pleasant surprise to get a mention from Robert Scoble, for my “RSS in 90 lines of code”, and the I’m pleased to announce that it is available for download.  Before give you the link, please be aware that Only the source code is included, you need Visual Basic 2005 (or express edition) to compile it. There is very little in the way of error checking and coments. This  is sample code:  Any use you make of it is at your own risk I do not code professionally, as a sample, it shows how things might be done, not necessarily how they should be done. Microsoft’s copyrights in the code are licensed to you under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (version 2.5).  To view a copy of this license, please visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/.   If you would like a copy of the code AND you are happy with these conditions, right click here and choose save targets as. Published Tuesday, May 09, 2006 1:25 PM by jamesone Filed Under: Beta Products, How to, Windows XP, Windows Vista, RSS Attachment(s): http://www.msblogcasts.com/jamesone/Rss%20stumbler.zip [...]

  7. [...] Robert Scoble is Podtech’s famous employee. He picked up a link from someone with no hands on experience of Zune, who asserts that it won’t have support for Podcasting: presumably non-Apple devices won’t be allowed to call it that . Robert, knows more about RSS than that, he linked to one of my posts about it.  Podcasting support is not in the iPod device, but the iTunes software. Sadly, I’ve no inside information about the Zune and I find the Zune blog by a Microsoft employee to be pretty feeble: so I’m forced to rely the same leak as everone else. That says nothing about the PC software and says that Wifi was disabled on the test device. Who knows what it will be able to fetch over wireless ? [...]