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Moreover opens its RSS feeds to the public

9:29 am on Sep 28, 2004 (gmt 0)

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article [news.zdnet.co.uk]
Moreover Technologies has introduced a free, advertising-supported service that lets Web surfers set up a personalised collection of headlines from news outlets around the Web.

... This week, Moreover opened up its Really Simple Syndication (RSS) news aggregation feeds to the public, reintroducing a service it once shelved for lack of a profit scheme.

It looks like they have found a way to inject text ads into the feeds so that they won't be too intrusive. I'm kind of glad they are back because they were a good (free) resource.
10:17 am on Oct 16, 2004 (gmt 0)

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This is fantastic news. I was really sorry when moreover withdrew its free newsfeeds, even though at the time my website (then a hobby) probably had about two to three uniques a day.

Given that it now has about two and a half thousand a day, I'm sure that reinjecting a couple of moreover newsfeeds into the site will be appreciated by the regular readers.