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I have uploaded an update to the BizTalkGurus.com BizTalk Bloggers OPML file. This update adds 6 new BizTalk related blogs and brings the total to 97. You can download the OPML file here. If you do not want to track the blogs yourself, you can see most of the blog content online on the syndicated blog site. Currently, Community Server does not support ATOM feeds. So the blogs that only have ATOM feeds will not show up. Too bad since some of the best BizTalk blogs are on Blogger ...
Somewhere along the line, AZGroups removed the "Blog Roller" from their site. I liked it, because it was one go-to place to get my morning 'news' .. headlines from a lot of folks, similar to what you have at asp.net. I like Squeet and will continue to use it but there's just something about going to one central place. So my goal was to build a Blog Roll for my site. I ratted around and found a blog entry from Dmitryr, talking about the release of his RssToolkit on CodePlex, and it looked like just ...
I'm not sure why I just got this today, but in an article from October 6, Eric Smith displayed a very concise method of building an Atom feed from a database. This isn't exactly what I've been trying to do, but it might be the second half, assuming I can read the feed into the StringBuilder to begin with... definitely worth a try, and why didn't I think of writing it out like this before ...

Two atoms were walking down the street. One said, "Oh no, I think I've dropped an electron!" The other atom said, "Are you sure?" The first replied, "Yes, I'm positive."

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Gmail atom feed allows you to display your unread email messages using any rss reader control. Its pretty sweet! Check out the link below to read your unread email. https://mail.google.com/mai... powered by IMHO ...
I haven't been posting much lately because I got pretty busy over the past few months and it looks like it isn't going to change quickly either. I got added to the new zealand .NET user group with this blog. and would like to thank nic wise for adding me. his blog can be found @ http://www.fastchicken.co.n... I decided together with 2 other guys to start writing a book about quick and simple programming using .NET 2 technology. And what better way is there than to write a fully working application ...
Over the past several years the popularity of website syndication through XML syndication standards like RSS and ATOM has flourished. Originally, syndication feeds were the domain of technical sites (like 4Guys, which has an RSS feed of the most recent articles) and blogs. However, more and more mainstream sites are picking up on the trend, helping information consumers stay up to date with a website's content. Typically sites that offer a syndication feed provide a little orange button named XML ...
Being involved in the development of an aggregator I can feel the urging need for a way to standardize different kinds of content like blogs, bookmarks, music, photos, video and more in order to share and consume that data. Get the iTunes feed and you only see the title of the song.Get flickr's feed and nothing to describe the photo as well. Unfortunately RSS and Atom were not designed to handle data other than feeds. Enter XList, the new way to represent data in an aggregated world.If it can be ...
Derek Hatchard tells us about the new Atom feature of GMail. It seems that https://gmail.google.com/gm... is a way to aggregate to your email. If you are like me and got a few GMail names with your invites, then you probably know the pain in the butt that it is to check multiple GMail accounts. If you use an aggregator like RSSBandit, they protect you from subscribing to the same feed more than once, but if you concatenate a querystring on the https://gmail.google.com/gm... url ...
ESS, Event Share Specification, is currently in it's 0.91 version and will be where it will stay until something major is needed for future usage. It is drafted format, it was sampled for usage inside an RSS container element. We took this approach because at the time, RSS was the most popular source of syndication, but wouldn't always be. Now that Atom is gaining popularity, I have decided to add an appedix to the specification with a sample usage of ESS inside an Atom container element. The sample ...
I am sitting here at XML Dev Con, jealous? It is definitely the event that everyone has hyped. Tim Bray gave a thrilling presentation on syndication formats and primarily the love of Atom. This talk made me dream of ESS being a popular syndication format and residing in Atom. Without changing the spec, I have tasked myself to write a sample of ESS inside Atom to prove it will work because of the containerless approach we took, it can reside inside the "entry" element. Anyone interested in seeing ...
Now this is wow, I was waiting for this for a long time and finally there is a provider who is supporting email access using feeds and which can be read in a news aggregator. Gmail has done it again. Now one can receive Gmail email into RSS aggregators using ATOM feed.Now my Gmail account is still not updated and I cannot see this option yet, but I am excited by this news. Also looking forward to other options as shown by Nathan Weinberg on his blog. Some other related news can be found here. Tejas ...
Here’s the comment I posted to Scoble’s blog about the RSS vs. Atom debate that’s been sparked by the W3C’s invitation to the Atom developers to work toward standardization. To me, this is not a VHS vs. Beta argument but rather very much like a DVD+RW vs. DVD-RW argument. In both cases, both formats can be interpreted by about 99% of "reader" devices. Nowadays most DVD recorders can burn to both formats as well. The only difference is in the label that's on the media. A few ...
Jeff, Congrats on being MVPed ... how about as a present to the GWB community adding support to Atom feeds @ GWB ? Am I asking for too much .... ;)