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Fletcher leaves Bloglines

June 6, 2006 - 15 words , 1 comment
Mark Fletcher is leaving Bloglines because he’s "a startup guy" and Bloglines is now corporate....
Also tagged as: markfletcher simplelinks startups

Startup Starts

May 20, 2006 - 17 words
Niall Kennedy has transcripts, slides, and summaries from a recent Mark Fletcher talk on starting...
Also tagged as: entrepreneur markfletcher startups talks

Stealing Flickr

February 14, 2006 - 122 words
Kevin’s been borrowing things from Flickr. Quick, hide the silver.
Also tagged as: errormessages flickr kevinburton tailrank

Feed usage and copyright

January 16, 2005 - 570 words , 11 comments
A trademark lawyer has requested that Bloglines stop including his feed. The complaint? That Bloglines is a commercial service.
Also tagged as: copyright feeds rss

4.2 Trillion Unread

October 24, 2004 - 77 words , 9 comments
A news feed with a lot of new items in it.
Also tagged as: humor industrystandard rss

Bloglines and Firefox fix

July 20, 2004 - 112 words , 28 comments
Fixing an error with Firefox and Bloglines
Also tagged as: firefox rss

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