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October 6, 2005 4:15 PM   Subscribe

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posted by srboisvert (17 comments total)

 
This is pretty terrible. I mean the sheer amount of procrastination that something like this could engender...;-]

Pretty much the definition of zeitgeist.

Thanks
posted by prettyboyfloyd at 4:29 PM on October 6, 2005


Well, I'm never getting anything done ever again.
posted by keswick at 4:39 PM on October 6, 2005


From How LiveMark Works:The import script is run via a cron job. It runs all the time every day, pulling in the del.icio.us RSS feed.

From About del.icio.us: Please do not poll any single RSS feed more often than every 30 minutes. RSS feeds are not updated more than twice an hour, and you will receive an error if you try to crawl more frequently.

What am I missing?
posted by sveskemus at 4:40 PM on October 6, 2005


oO indeed!
posted by mrgrimm at 4:41 PM on October 6, 2005


has anybody seen one of their posts show up live?
posted by mrgrimm at 4:44 PM on October 6, 2005


Make it do something. It's just sitting there...
posted by klangklangston at 5:00 PM on October 6, 2005


Oh, there we go...
posted by klangklangston at 5:00 PM on October 6, 2005


Tha't what she said.
posted by sveskemus at 5:02 PM on October 6, 2005


Smart people on the internets: People post a lot of the same crud. Be nice if one could set up a blocker on the deli feed site which allowed you to block sites you are sick of seeing again and again.
posted by prettyboyfloyd at 5:24 PM on October 6, 2005


what's up with the .oO?
posted by delmoi at 5:54 PM on October 6, 2005


I still don't get what the fuss is about with del.icio.us.
posted by Dr. Wu at 6:18 PM on October 6, 2005


Grass gotta grow. Paint gotta dry.
posted by Slithy_Tove at 7:39 PM on October 6, 2005


I'm with ya, Dr. Wu. Maybe it's fantastic stuff, but just in a form that doesn't "click" for me.
posted by qwip at 7:53 PM on October 6, 2005


what's up with the .oO?

It opens the link in a new window, unlike the main link. I believe the .oO is intended to be ascii art of the O growing from a tiny dot, and therefore represent a new window opening. Jakob Nielsen would approve.
posted by SemiSophos at 10:04 PM on October 6, 2005


This thing is scary.
posted by keijo at 10:58 PM on October 6, 2005


Way cool. Kind of like when webcrawler had there "recently searched terms" crawler.
posted by Mitheral at 11:25 AM on October 7, 2005


Neat. Bookmarked, thanks.
posted by hypersloth at 7:48 PM on October 7, 2005


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