My OPML file uploaded

Here’s my OPML file of my feeds.

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56 thoughts on “My OPML file uploaded

  1. Why is it so difficult to unzip it and tell your feed reader where the file is ? Or is it because other Web 2.0 services (AJAX Based) have spoiled you ?

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  2. Why is it so difficult to unzip it and tell your feed reader where the file is ? Or is it because other Web 2.0 services (AJAX Based) have spoiled you ?

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  3. Why is it so difficult to unzip it and tell your feed reader where the file is ? Or is it because other Web 2.0 services (AJAX Based) have spoiled you ?

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  4. Why is it so difficult to unzip it and tell your feed reader where the file is ? Or is it because other Web 2.0 services (AJAX Based) have spoiled you ?

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  5. Why is it so difficult to unzip it and tell your feed reader where the file is ? Or is it because other Web 2.0 services (AJAX Based) have spoiled you ?

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  6. Why is it so difficult to unzip it and tell your feed reader where the file is ? Or is it because other Web 2.0 services (AJAX Based) have spoiled you ?

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  7. My guess is because this isn’t really Scoble’s bandwidth he’s having to do it this way and keep the leeches away from sourcing it directly. Another downside (or upside, depending on your perspective) to third party hosting.

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  8. My guess is because this isn’t really Scoble’s bandwidth he’s having to do it this way and keep the leeches away from sourcing it directly. Another downside (or upside, depending on your perspective) to third party hosting.

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  9. My guess is because this isn’t really Scoble’s bandwidth he’s having to do it this way and keep the leeches away from sourcing it directly. Another downside (or upside, depending on your perspective) to third party hosting.

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  10. My guess is because this isn’t really Scoble’s bandwidth he’s having to do it this way and keep the leeches away from sourcing it directly. Another downside (or upside, depending on your perspective) to third party hosting.

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  11. My guess is because this isn’t really Scoble’s bandwidth he’s having to do it this way and keep the leeches away from sourcing it directly. Another downside (or upside, depending on your perspective) to third party hosting.

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  12. Jay – I think they mean for online tools not for their own personal use. See the side bar (right side) on scripting.com for one example of this

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  13. Jay – I think they mean for online tools not for their own personal use. See the side bar (right side) on scripting.com for one example of this

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  14. Jay – I think they mean for online tools not for their own personal use. See the side bar (right side) on scripting.com for one example of this

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  15. Jay – I think they mean for online tools not for their own personal use. See the side bar (right side) on scripting.com for one example of this

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  16. Jay – I think they mean for online tools not for their own personal use. See the side bar (right side) on scripting.com for one example of this

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  17. Jay – I think they mean for online tools not for their own personal use. See the side bar (right side) on scripting.com for one example of this

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  18. Jay – opml are ‘live’ bits. Making the opml readable allows it to be pointed to – so as the opml changes, the app on the other side sees the updated version. My point is that opmls should have urls – this makes them v.useful.

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  19. Jay – opml are ‘live’ bits. Making the opml readable allows it to be pointed to – so as the opml changes, the app on the other side sees the updated version. My point is that opmls should have urls – this makes them v.useful.

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  20. Jay – opml are ‘live’ bits. Making the opml readable allows it to be pointed to – so as the opml changes, the app on the other side sees the updated version. My point is that opmls should have urls – this makes them v.useful.

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  21. Jay – opml are ‘live’ bits. Making the opml readable allows it to be pointed to – so as the opml changes, the app on the other side sees the updated version. My point is that opmls should have urls – this makes them v.useful.

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  22. Jay – opml are ‘live’ bits. Making the opml readable allows it to be pointed to – so as the opml changes, the app on the other side sees the updated version. My point is that opmls should have urls – this makes them v.useful.

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  23. Jay – opml are ‘live’ bits. Making the opml readable allows it to be pointed to – so as the opml changes, the app on the other side sees the updated version. My point is that opmls should have urls – this makes them v.useful.

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  24. About 25% of feeds in your OPML file have a last post saying that feed has moved to new URL. Another 10% point to non-existant URLS. I think you need to continue to work on cleaning your Feeds.

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  25. About 25% of feeds in your OPML file have a last post saying that feed has moved to new URL. Another 10% point to non-existant URLS. I think you need to continue to work on cleaning your Feeds.

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  26. About 25% of feeds in your OPML file have a last post saying that feed has moved to new URL. Another 10% point to non-existant URLS. I think you need to continue to work on cleaning your Feeds.

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  27. I’m getting more used to OPML now, but is it possible to tag the rss entries, e.g. Linux, .NET, Computing, Personal blogs etc. Alternatively have an opml file for each category.

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  28. I’m getting more used to OPML now, but is it possible to tag the rss entries, e.g. Linux, .NET, Computing, Personal blogs etc. Alternatively have an opml file for each category.

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  29. I’m getting more used to OPML now, but is it possible to tag the rss entries, e.g. Linux, .NET, Computing, Personal blogs etc. Alternatively have an opml file for each category.

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  30. I’m getting more used to OPML now, but is it possible to tag the rss entries, e.g. Linux, .NET, Computing, Personal blogs etc. Alternatively have an opml file for each category.

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  31. I’m getting more used to OPML now, but is it possible to tag the rss entries, e.g. Linux, .NET, Computing, Personal blogs etc. Alternatively have an opml file for each category.

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