Over at WebProNews.com, Rich takes note of my recent posting for an RSS Hacker position at Yahoo.
I'm not sure if he let out a secret about Yahoo's RSS plans or not, but I certainly would choose my words more carefully when calling for "RSS hackers" to send in resumes.
Rich, you've lost me there. What sort of secret do you think I'm hiding? And why do you think I did not choose my words carefully?
Remember, we're serious about RSS. Why would we try to hide that?
As I've said before, we're helping to take RSS mainstream. Not only do we produce hundreds of thousands of RSS feeds, we've given literally millions of users access to syndicated content via My Yahoo. And we're not stopping there.
Either way, thanks for the coverage. It helps cast a wider net for stuff like this. Thanks also to others who picked it up, including The Unofficial Yahoo Weblog, The RSS Weblog, and InsideGoogle.
Posted by jzawodn at November 19, 2004 12:48 PM
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