what’s happening with RSS feeds
April 15, 2008
I guess the religious blogs ain’t always clued up with what’s going on in the IT world. With IT blogs the medium and content have such a natural link that these blogs will generally be more clued up on the newest in Web 2.0 technologies. But for the rest of us, we are using blogs, readers and all the rest, so we might as well try and use it well.
So I follow scobleizer from time to time, and yesterday on this post, he linked to a post by Louis Gray in which the current trends in RSS readers are explained. What seems to be happening, as far as I can understand it, is that RSS readers are creating their own communities with discussions going on, comments being posted, which never get onto the blog of origen.
Some are mad about it, some not. As for me, I’ll just keep on generating content, and if someone is discussing is, wherever, whenever, and whether thye like it or not, I’ll be happy. Obviously it would be nice to take part in discussions around content you create, but I don’t think I create content to see how much comments I can get.