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Offline RSS Reading – Google Gears & Greader

Posted in: Google,JavaScript,RSS by Richard Hearne on June 3, 2007

Gears is a client-based browser-extension that allows you to access online data while offline. My first use for Gears is to vanquish some of the unread posts currently clogging up my feed reader. And I wont have to be online to do so….

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The Great Big Extraordinary Feed Contest (with that most typical of Irish prizes)

Posted in: Blogs,RSS by Richard Hearne on February 5, 2007

There’s a contest going on and the stakes are high.

Your feed subscribers could win you free drink.

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Really Simple Guide to RSS

As the title suggests, this is A Really Simple Guide to RSS.

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Want Loyal Customers? Give Them What They Want How They Want It.

Posted in: General,Marketing,RSS,Technology,WebDev by Richard Hearne on October 23, 2006

Don’t you just love it when you can have it your own way? Getting things on your terms is the best way, isn’t it?

Well that’s the beauty of RSS – giving your readers the content they want when and how they want it benefits you and benefits your audience.

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Irish Media, News Websites to Readers – ‘Don’t Read Us’

Posted in: Clients,Consultancy,RSS,Statistics by Richard Hearne on October 3, 2006

RSS is a really great transport for delivering your content to the widest possible Internet audience. Unfortunately it appears that no one bothered to tell Ireland’s top media and news organisations.

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