[thelist] Calling RSS Advocates/Experts

Pete Prodoehl pete.prodoehl at cygnusinteractive.com
Tue Mar 16 14:08:42 CST 2004

> On Feb 24, 2004, at 15:30, Bill Haenel wrote:
>> Howdy all -
>> I may be looking soon for someone who would be willing to give some time
>> to speak to a group of public broadcasting/internet professionals.
>> Anyone have any suggestions on who might make a good speaker in the
>> field of RSS advocates/experts? Who are the real leaders in that field?
>> Who is really putting the tool to good use these days? Who might be
>> interested in working with public radio and TV people for a day or less?
>> It's only a maybe, because I'm not sure I'll definitely need anyone yet.
>> But I'd like to build a small list of possible names ASAP so I'm ready
>> if it comes up.

Wesley Mason wrote:
 > Dave Winer will be probably about the biggest straight-RSS advocate you
 > can find, but if you're going for "syndication" advocates then I'd
 > suggest looking towards Chris Pirillo, Mark Pilgrim and Sam Ruby. There
 > are plenty of others, but they the "big-guns" regards both RSS and
 > "syndication" (mainly RDF or Atom) off the top of my head.
 > Wesley Aaron Mason

You might try the guys at syndic8.com, or even someone like Robert 
Scoble. Also check out rsswinterfest.com


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