prss release

For those of you who don’t subscribe to blogs via RSS and even for those who do, Prss Release aggregates the contents of a number of architecture blogs into an elegant, downloadable weekly PDF. More confirmation of my suggestion that 2008 will be the year that blogs stop looking like blogs.

As blogs mature, I expect we will be seeing more experiments like this. 

 

For those of you who don’t subscribe to blogs via RSS and even for those who do, Prss Release aggregates the contents of a number of architecture blogs into an elegant, downloadable weekly PDF. More confirmation of my suggestion that 2008 will be the year that blogs stop looking like blogs.

As blogs mature, I expect we will be seeing more experiments like this. 

 

2 thoughts on “prss release

  1. I love the idea of
    I love the idea of curating/editing a magazine based on blog content. I wish what they included wasn’t stuff already on my feed. It also brings up issues of speed and audience.

    1. curatin’
      Mimi, if you are already subscribed to most of those feeds than you are probably not the target audience. Still, there is something to be said for what can emerge out of putting ten posts from different sources together. I’m quite optimistic about the project, but suggested that perhaps Edwin and Marten consider writing editorials to help consolidate each dispatch. Regardless, I think this is a very interesting idea and agree with Kazys that this project may be a harbinger of sorts..

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