What next for RSS?

July 28, 2009 at 3:20 pm Leave a comment

TechCrunch have sparked a thought-provoking debate on what the future holds for RSS and where it stands in an increasingly real-time world. It’s interesting to note the example of Twitter and the growing influence it is having, not only on other social media sites, but also on publishing platforms and the future of content delivery.

We at Moreover were involved in the initial development of RSS 1.0, way back in 2000, and naturally will be keeping a close eye on how the technology evolves as RSS approaches its tenth birthday.

Read the full TechCrunch post here, and then remember to check our news content feed on RSS for all the latest information and discussion on the topic.

Entry filed under: RSS feeds, Web trends.

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