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Google Reader for beginners

Google Reader for beginners

Trevor Cook January 9, 2009

If you’re not using an RSS reader, you’re not really using the Internet in any sort of effective way. Google Reader is one of the best and most popular and it’s free. Recently, they posted some videos to help you get started, and once you get started you’ll quickly see the joy and power of […]

The prospects for social networking (a personal view)

Trevor Cook December 29, 2008 1 Comment

Much of the online buzz this year has been focused on Twitter (founded 2006), and to a lesser extent friendfeed (launched October 2007), just as last year it was facebook (founded february 2004), and before that linkedin (2003), myspace (2003) etc. These are just the tip of the iceberg there are dozens of other social […]

The great RSS mystery

Trevor Cook October 22, 2008 2 Comments

Several years ago, I was getting around evangelising ‘feeds’ at conferences, in articles and on my blog. I thought feeds would revolutionise the way we interacted with the web. Feeds would be the new search. I still love feeds and feedreaders. I subscribe to over 1100 in one reader and a lot less in a […]

Gordon Brown’s failure to communicate

Trevor Cook May 8, 2008

Gordon Brown’s failure to communicate

Trevor Cook May 8, 2008

Whatever happened to RSS?

Trevor Cook May 8, 2008 1 Comment