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I totally agree with Seth, I DO love RSS even if I’m a huge Twitter fan, for example.

RSS is quiet and fast and professional and largely hype-free. Perhaps that’s why it’s not the flavor of the day

via Seth’s Blog: In defense of RSS.


“this new phenomenon is enabling business leaders to regain the trust and credibility they have lost over the last 10 years”

via Social networking come fenomeno business dell’anno – Mauro Lupi’s blog.

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Kudos to the guys: their system grab 24 hours of tweets of the people I follow, producing a kind of newspaper called the Piergiorgio Grossi Daily.

They group similar tweets based on content, tags, media type and similar stuff and produce a great product: I’m seriously thinking of stopping reading rss feeds and just read the newspaper as most of the blog that I follow have also a Twitter account.

And if you want, you can receive daily an alert when the Piergiorgio Grossi Daily is out just clicking in the Alert me button in the newspaper: image


Few days ago I’ve found how to generate Automatic Newspaper from Twitter using a system called

Then I created my own newspaper based just on the people I follow:

Then I started reading it. What happened was that I was reading more this kind of newspaper and using more and more the ‘mark as reader’ feature of Google Reader where I read blogs.

Now the question are: does this means that will kill my Google Reader? Will I leave Google Reader and standard blog reading? Is this happening to you too?

More to come …


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