Matt McAlister :: How changes in supply and demand for important content made RSS so relevant

Matt McAlister :: How changes in supply and demand for important content made RSS so relevant

"It’s no surprise then that people jumped to RSS to control information flow. We are telling the creators of information that we want filters, we want flow control, and we want those controls in our own hands. It’s the era of syndication and subscriptions. I’ll tell you what information I want, and then you come find me with the right data in the right place at the right time."

 

If you don’t read Matt and you obsess about publishing models, then you’re missing one of the smartest voices out there. 

Author: David Churbuck

Cape Codder with an itch to write