- I know this topic has come up before, but I'm trying to get my head around
it once more.
Can someone please point in the right direction as to where and why it has
been accepted as standard practice to maintain multiple feeds -- one for the
podcast, one for a text blog? Especially when 90% of podcasts typically
utilize a blog for bringing new podcasts to the world.
Is it on behalf of the listener? is it on behalf of the software being used
by the listener? is it on behalf of the directories? Why does or should it
Appreciate all input.
Kevin H. Devin
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- Hello Kevin,
Tuesday, July 25, 2006, 4:43:38 PM, you wrote:
> Todd's expectations aren't realistic for the size of his site.You're welcome!
> Perhaps my thinking that RSS is simply RSS isn't realistic. :-)
> I just can't help but feel that to produce content you have to maintain a
> level of geekdome to accomplish. It shouldn't take 3-4 different
> applications or services to produce content and likewise consume it.
> Again... purely MY opinion.
> Thanks for the input Dennis!
For my purposes, I'd love to have a multi-column, multi-blog main
page. One column carrying the podcast and the other for a text blog.
Unfortunately, that may mean two RSS feeds, which may be difficult to
implement and use for aggregators. I dunno... just thinking with my
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