How to Fix RSS

I’ve apparently helped inspire Scott Karp to write this thoughtful piece on how to fix RSS. I’m particularly fond of his iTunes model for RSS, also his point about need for atomizing and tagging all content to enable remixing, and the idea that content remixers (i.e., editors) will eventually rule in RSS.

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Comments

  1. Great. Because all the folks involved in RSS up to now are so incompetent that we can’t fix things. Good job there. $sarcasm++;
    Seriously bear in mind that there are reasons why things are in the state that they are. None of us are stupid.
    Even so … *subscribed* to both.