Falling asleep over RSS

James Duncan Davidson echoes a complaint I have also raised:

"The most annoying thing from a user perspective is the different ways that RSS feeds work. Some provide just a few sentences of the post. Others a paragraph, and yet others provide the whole thing. As far as I'm concerned, if you're not providing the whole post, then you are doing a disservice to those people who have clients like NNW."

Meanwhile, the praise for NetNewsWire continues on many sites. The most amusing of all is Mac Net Journal, which feels compelled to notify us every time Brent posts a new beta (as if users of NetNewsWire don’t already subscribe to Ranchero’s feed).

However, seeing links to NetNewsWire doesn’t make me fall asleep as fast as reading more arguments about RSS 2.0 and namespaces. Yet.

Manton Reece @manton