Everything About Safari RSS, Part 1
"Over these next few installments, I'm going to show you (well, try to show you) what can and cannot be done with Safari RSS, what to expect from it, and how to take these capabilities as far as possible so that your foray into the world of RSS (or browser-based RSS, anyway) goes as smoothly as possible. Before starting, though, I ask that you take a few minutes to think about the number of things one can potentially do with HTML and RSS. The Safari engineers without doubt had to make choices, settle on a "vision" of how RSS would be used, and stay true to it while writing the application, so that it didn't turn into a soupy mess. This is what they have done, and I have found it is key to try to "get into the spirit," so to speak, before starting to work and evaluate Safari RSS. Only then can one appreciate the effort that went into it and decide whether it is the right application or not."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Jun 2, 2005 )
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