Web 2.0 Conference.
 Octover 5-7, 2004, Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, CA.

Session

RSS: Syndication Strategies and Business Models
Dick Costolo, CEO, Feedburner
Jeff Jarvis, President & Creative Director, Advance.net

Track: Workshops
Date: Tuesday, October 05
Time: 8:45am
Location: Monterey I

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This workshop will explore a variety of strategies for leveraging the power of syndicated content feeds. As both a vehicle for creating an open line of communication and a possible first step toward the semantic web, RSS has the potential to simplify the world of networked media in a number of ways. Will the emergent power of the blogging community or the needs of commercial publishers and marketers more profoundly affect this technology's future? And are the goals of these two forces mutually exclusive? This workshop will provide an open forum for discussing these and other issues critical to the direction and future of RSS.



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