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Chris Pirillo has started a new site about RSS. If you want to learn how RSS can help you or keep track of new RSS tools and services head over to Lockergnome’s RSS Resource.

I’m one of the contributors to the site. I come across a fair amount of RSS-related information each week, but I don’t want this blog to spend too much time focused on a particular technology, so I don’t usually blog it. So now I’ll post it there. So far it’s shaping up to be a good site.

Have a burning passion for content syndication? Chris is looking for more people to contribute: “This was designed to be driven by several contributors, but only fellow evangelists and technologists need apply.”

Scott Johnson
August 9, 2003 3:53 PM

I've been trying to find a good list of aggregators as I'm not extremely happy with the one I'm using now. This is an *excellent* resource. It suits my needs very well.

Trackback from Big Pink Cookie
August 9, 2003 6:45 PM

Mmm... Tasty Feeds...

Excerpt: If you're not using RSS, you should be. If you need more RSS resources and information, Chris has hooked us...

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