Arrrg! Slashdotted. Going to be tough to scam an invite now.
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Just inserted my reading list into this blog template.
His observation, known as Brooks' Law, was simple: "Adding manpower to a late software project makes it later." Brooks' law is often summarized as 'Nine women cannot have a baby in one month'.
Oh! Rock! I'm already enjoying the Ulysses via rss and this opens a whole new can of worms!
Oh! Good name for a blog. I blew right past 600 feeds before creating folders for Urgent (meaning noisy) vs Important. A Google News feed allowed me to bail a whole stack of news feeds, but, I still keep a few in a 'do not bother to read folder'. Still trying to pare and focus the feeds ...
A great idea that does not seem to be working for me. I read it via rss, click though every day or so, but, don't find much there there. I have more hope for Relevanta with it's odd markup of background data, reputation scoring, and antispamming. The layout is quite different with one pannel for feed articles and one for locally created news.
"Relevanta provides a unique, community-driven approach to information gathering and reputation management. Based on the firm belief in the wisdom of community, Relevanta relies on and rewards members for their involvement."
Hear! Hear! Not even Wikinews provides a useful feed when it could be a useful news source as well as a call to arms.