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After a blogstorm (or "bitchmeme," as MG Siegler likes to call them) about the way in which it handled shared RSS feeds, social-media startup Shyftr has changed the way that its service works, according to a post from co-founder Dave Stanley, which I found via Louis Gray's latest blog post on the subject. Now Shyftr…

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I checked into Twitter this evening to find a message from Louis Gray -- who seems to be everywhere in social-media these days -- about Shyftr, a new community for sharing RSS feeds. Cool, I thought. Maybe it's like a new version of Google Reader, or FriendFeed. So I went over there and the first…

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Finally. Google has decided to add search functions to my favourite RSS reader, Google Reader. Until now, the inability to search through my 400 or so feeds was a gaping hole in the usability of Google's RSS reader -- but not enough of a hole to get me to switch. It made me wonder when…
Dave "I invented RSS" Winer says he has discovered some RSS feeds of Facebook data that contrast with the site's reputation as a "walled garden" or "black hole of data." But has he? Mike Arrington seems to think so, since he posted an item on it at TechCrunch. But at least one feed that Dave…

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Not sure whether to call this an exclusive, but it might be as I type this: my email friend Adam Green just let me know that Grazr.com -- the embeddable feed-browser app -- just closed a $1.5-million round of financing from two angel investors, and has added the legendary Dan Bricklin, creator of VisiCalc, to…