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Ben Barren - Confessions of a Mad Man » a post RSS monday.

a post RSS monday.

So Scoble’s got a  neat summary of the real-time web, here’s the product soundbite from Scobleizer on the frameworks and companies driving a post_RSS realtime web :

“.. The first is XMPP. This is protocol developed for instant messaging applications but Twitter and friendfeed and others have adopted it. This is why when you Tweet the message shows up in friendfeed so fast.

Jordan 1 Retro High, Source : Hypebeast.

Jordan 1 Retro High, Source : Hypebeast.

The second is SUP. This was designed by friendfeed to be more efficient, like RSS. But with the added benefit that the feed provider can raise its hand and say “I have something new for  you.” This makes real-time feeding possible, as developer Jeff Smith demonstrates when he built a system that shoved data into friendfeed in just a microsecond.

The third is GNIP, which is trying to build a service that stands between all sorts of services that are supporting the real-time web…”

Air Jordan 6 2009. Source : Hypebeast

Random Monday Links :

So it seems the new versions of Seesmic are going all XMPP via Loic: “So I’m hoping that the XMPP community allows us a bit of boasting as we have a XMPP PubSub system running “in the wild”. I’m sure there are others out there, but so far they have been rather quiet on how things are done or they have quietly gone away. We are working on an architecture article for the Seesmic Developer’s site that goes into more details on how and why.

Jason Goldberg sold Social Media for $7.5M, $4m upfront, as u’d do post Jobster, sometimes small is beautiful, and anything 7 figure is actually big :)

ElfYourself on Facebook via Inside Facebook : Office Max app “In the past 30 days, the app has grown nearly 3000% and has been shared with nearly 750,000 Facebook users. ”

Now this might be the perfect office/house setup via Arch Daily who say ” In the orthogonal structure adjustments of the property, the only exception will be the orangery, skewed by its location.”

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