Superfeedr's tumbling!

Documenting the Open Reader API
The federated web generally works with these two patterns as well. Most interactions between servers occur as conventional request-response HTTP, and HTTP callbacks (aka Webhooks) are often used in a publish-subscribe fashion for realtime updates. Even though browsers are dynamic entities that must reach out to publishers in order to be able to receive anything, the publish-subscribe pattern is still applicable.
You’ll see that the connection is then hanging. You can easily update the feed by filling this form and you should see the new entry appear in your shell.
PubSubHubbub is used to determine when new or updated content is available in the feed. If your content management system does not support PubSubHubbub, you can use services such as Superfeedr that can PubSubHubbub-enable your feeds.
One of the small surprises to me in the Yosemite update is that Safari supports RSS again.
Technology leadership is not defined by patents, which history has repeatedly shown to be small protection indeed against a determined competitor, but rather by the ability of a company to attract and motivate the world’s most talented engineers. We believe that applying the open source philosophy to our patents will strengthen rather than diminish Tesla’s position in this regard.
Think of it this way — if Fargo is male, River4 is female. And new standards are the babies. #

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You probably heard about the Facebook executive who complained about the proliferation of “stupid stories about how you should wash your jeans instead of freezing them.” It’s almost too easy to be snarky about a Facebook guy who worries the Internet is awash in silly sponsored content.

In the first week, we were crawling, storing and serving 8 million RSS feeds.
Chartbeat provides us with an amazing argument: the most engaged users for Gizmodo are the ones coming from the feed readers.
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