Content summary: Listeners’ comments, Emerce Eday in Amsterdam, RSS use study, Microsoft’s proposed RSS logos, Skype cordless handset, Microsoft and Yahoo link IM clients, Google Library project update, The Spinfluencer interviews Ron Bloom, reactive vs. proactive communication, Apple launches video iPod, the anonymous Publix employee blogger, and more.
Show notes for October 12, 2005
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