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RSS on the Desktop, 15 Years Later

Dave Winer:

In early 2002, my company, UserLand Software, shipped a product called Radio UserLand. It was a combination blogging tool and RSS reader. It was basically an open precursor to Twitter. No 140-char limit. And anyone could produce an RSS feed, and anyone could consume them.

His new app, Electric River, uses Electron to run Node.js on the Mac.

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