Tag Archives: Chris Pirillo

A Way Forward For RSS Content

By | December 31, 2003

RSS is one of those technologies that’s hard to explain to casual users of the Internet. When you tell them they can have their news and site updates in the form of a feed, direct to their desktop, they usually ask a) can’t I do that already? I thought I could do that already. b) you mean like… Read More »

Update: More Office Woes

By | November 24, 2003

 My latest column (subscription only; very sorry) was about Microsoft Office 2003 and how, despite all the upgrades, a lot of old bugs never get fixed. That and why does every new feature appear to be more of a money spinning operation than a time saver?   Anyway, I’m not the only grumbler: Chris Pirillo, of Lockergnome fame, is… Read More »

Link: Amazonian feeding frenzy

By | July 4, 2003

  Amazon RSS Feeds     If you want to stay on top of what’s available from Amazon here’s a great way to do it, courtesy of one of the best technology ‘news you can use’ sources out there: Lockergnome. Chris Pirillo, who runs Lockergnome, has set up Rich Site Summary (RSS) feeds  — if you’re not sure what… Read More »