I love the Radio News Aggregator as a way to collect the news of the day, but the only thing it doesn’t give me is more hours in the day. I’ve got 11 tabs open in Mozilla with articles I want to read, and by the time I’ve gotten around to finishing an article, and deciding if I want to blog it, it’s rolled off the end of the 100 articles in the aggregator. Not a big problem for Radio fans, you simply reset the number of articles here (Note: link only works if you run Radio). However, there are still too many articles for my brain to capture, even if my computer can. Here are a couple I missed blogging before they scrolled:
- CNN discovers blogging: http://www.cnn.com/2003/TECH/internet/03/10/bloggers.ap/index.html
- Clay Shirky on Social Software: http://shirky.com/writings/group_politics.html
- Google and Branding by Mark Hurst: http://www.goodexperience.com/columns/03/0305.brand.html
- Essay on the Mozilla site on browser innovation: http://www.mozilla.org/browser-innovation.html
- Massachusetts Department of Revenue considers Linux: http://www.masshightech.com/displayarticledetail.asp?art_id=62051&cat_id=3
- David Weinberger continues to blog the SxSW conference: http://www.hyperorg.com/blogger/mtarchive/001283.html
Whew! Drinking from a fire hose!
Postscript: And did I mention that Radio rocks? Having changed my settings from 100 to 300 articles, all of those articles above that had scrolled now appeared. No time delay waiting for the queue to fill up. What a well thought-out piece of software!