• Typepad builds in support for the PubSubHubub real time updating format.
    (tags: [typepad](http://delicious.com/adders/typepad) [pubsubhubbub](http://delicious.com/adders/pubsubhubbub) [realtime](http://delicious.com/adders/realtime) [realtimweb](http://delicious.com/adders/realtimweb))
  • There are two technologies in development right now that I think matter to publishers. This is one of them.
    (tags: [rss](http://delicious.com/adders/rss) [pubsubhubbub](http://delicious.com/adders/pubsubhubbub) [rsscloud](http://delicious.com/adders/rsscloud) [push](http://delicious.com/adders/push) [realtime](http://delicious.com/adders/realtime) [aggregator](http://delicious.com/adders/aggregator) [web](http://delicious.com/adders/web) [atom](http://delicious.com/adders/atom) [tools](http://delicious.com/adders/tools))
  • What's this? National newspaper journalists making factual errors about bloggers? I though it was bloggers that were unreliable!
    (tags: [blogging](http://delicious.com/adders/blogging) [journalism](http://delicious.com/adders/journalism) [media](http://delicious.com/adders/media) [print](http://delicious.com/adders/print) [online](http://delicious.com/adders/online))
  • A solid argument against the dominance of a handful of companies as the home of social graph information.
    (tags: [socialnetworks](http://delicious.com/adders/socialnetworks) [socialnetworking](http://delicious.com/adders/socialnetworking) [syndication](http://delicious.com/adders/syndication) [twitter](http://delicious.com/adders/twitter) [architecture](http://delicious.com/adders/architecture) [networking](http://delicious.com/adders/networking) [decentralization](http://delicious.com/adders/decentralization) [collaboration](http://delicious.com/adders/collaboration))
  • Journalists completely taken in by fraud, bloggers expose it. What was that about being able to trust journalists but not bloggers?
    (tags: [journalists](http://delicious.com/adders/journalists) [bloggers](http://delicious.com/adders/bloggers) [fraud](http://delicious.com/adders/fraud) [reputation](http://delicious.com/adders/reputation))
  • Shane nicely skewers the argument that the Drudge Report has lost its edge.
    (tags: [blogging](http://delicious.com/adders/blogging) [aggregation](http://delicious.com/adders/aggregation) [drudgereport](http://delicious.com/adders/drudgereport))