Monthly Archives: June 2013

Scripting News: Feedly supports OPML, but not really.

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Scripting News: That was a mistake. I fucked up. I’m sorry.

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Scripting News: Blogger vs Journalist.

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Scripting News: How to write a blog post with Fargo.

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Scripting News: Weddings in the news.

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Scripting News: Create a presentation in Fargo.

I’m starting to blog more in Fargo, and less in the desktop-based environment. Eventually I’ll move my whole act over there, but in the meantime, here’s a pointer to my latest piece. http://dave.smallpict.com/2013/06/28/howToCreateAPresentationInFargo Fairly quietly we shipped a very deep … Continue reading

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Scripting News: What would news do?

Got an email yesterday from a reporter at BusinessWeek, wanting to know, if Google couldn’t make RSS work, why are so many others interested. I decided to talk to the reporter, on the record, despite my rule of not doing … Continue reading

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Scripting News: Say no to synching and RSS.

Jamie Zawinski wrote a fantastic rant about the demise of Google Reader. Go read it now and love the way he writes. But let’s not jump so fast back into the synching mess that we got into in the Google … Continue reading

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Scripting News:: As July 1 approaches.

Evan Hansen at Medium asked if I would write a piece for them for the July 1 turn-over of the RSS market to the people. Who knows what’s going to happen? I sure don’t. But then I realized I have … Continue reading

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Scripting News: As July 1 approaches.

Evan Hansen at Medium asked if I would write a piece for them for the July 1 turn-over of the RSS market to the people. Who knows what’s going to happen? I sure don’t. But then I realized I have … Continue reading

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