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Rhys Evans – Worlds Greatest Business Mind 2009

The video explains itself…


Nokia N97 Set To Release Late March 09

Remember how I told you about the new iPhone killer back in 08? Well its not far away with the Nokia N97 being released in late march.

imageThis amazing phone has these features which flogs the iPhone out of the water.

  • 3.5” Touchscreen
  • Full Qwerty Keyboard
  • 32GB Internal Memory
  • 16gb Expandable SD slot.
  • 5MP Camera
  • GPS Software
  • A long 430 hours standby, 6.5 Hours Talk time & 37 Hours Music Playback!

With these features a hefty price tags come though, around $1250AU ($800US)

Click HERE for Nokias Tech Specs and check out the amazing hands on video below:


USA was 3 hrs away from Economic, Political Collapse in September 2008

Quite a scary thought, make sure you give this video a watch…

According to Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D) (PA-11), in mid-September of 2008, the United States of America came just three hours away from the collapse of the entire economy. In a span of 2 hours, $550 billion was drawn out of money market accounts in an electronic run on the banks.

Rep. Kanjorski: "It would have been the end of our economic system and our political system as we know it."


RSS Part 2 – Engaging With RSS Feeds

Now that you know what RSS is, time to learn how to start engaging with it and using software to subscribe to RSS feeds.

There are three types of software that you can use to subscribe to RSS Feeds

  1. Browser Integration (My Favourite)
  2. Online Software
  3. Offline Software

What solution is right for me?

1. Browser Integration is best for people surfing the net all the time, who want to keep right up to date with their RSS and like it all in one neat bundle.

2. Offline software is best for people who aren’t the biggest fans of RSS and only want to check for updates now and then, or who are busy and don’t want to be distracted by updates when they have free time. (Probably best for work lunch breaks)

3. Online Software is best for people who want to view their feeds right around the globe from any computer there on, great for people traveling.

NOTE: Options 1 & 2 with certain programs can sync with online solutions which may be another option for keen RSS’ers

Ok, now which software and how do I use it?

1. Flock is the best Browser with RSS Feed integration (Windows). Click here for flock reviewed. How to add a RSS feed with flock:image

When a feed has been detected in flock, the rss icon will glow orange next to the address bar.

imageWhen you your feeds have a new content, the rss icon on the flock toolbar will glow orange, click it and your feeds are displayed.

There are many other cool social web features that flock offers as well, for tutorials and information, type “about:flock” into your address bar.image

You can change in flocks options how often to check for new feeds as well.

Other Software:

  • OperaClick here for tutorial.(Recommended for all other operating systems)

2. Google Reader has been rated the best online feed software. Some advantages include mobile compatibility and many plugins that work with operating systems and software, designed by google themselves.

Sign in or sign up if you don’t have a google account and start adding feeds, or watch this easy tutorial video from youtube.

Other Software:

3. Feed Reader 3 is a great offline RSS Reader. Similar to google reader in features but in a separate offline software package.


Other Software:

What do you use? Have i missed any software solutions? Is there anything else about RSS you would like to know? Please let me know…

<—– Part 1: What Is RSS


RSS Part 1 – What Is RSS?

If you have been alive in the last 10 years & you actually have a life, you would of noticed this thing on websites called RSS. What the heck is it? Well I’ll explain in my two part series.


Stands for Really Simple Syndication & is used to publish frequently updated works including blog entries, news headlines, audio, and video. For History of RSS see here.

Why Use RSS?

RSS solves a problem for people who regularly use the web. It allows you to easily stay informed by retrieving the latest content from the sites you are interested in. You save time by not needing to visit each site individually. RSS Readers list all your favourite sites and highlight new posts and events so you can look into them further.

How to recognise RSS?image

Many sites now implement RSS, to keep readers informed and updated. When browsing, look for RSS icons like this one. When you click it, you are redirected to a .xml file which can be copied and added to your feed reader. Some browsers even have indicators when a site has a RSS feed available, read more about this in part 2.

Examples Of Using RSS:

  • You read a blog, but don’t want to goto the site all the time to see if a new post has been added. RSS informs you when a new post is available.
  • You like buying vintage surfboards on ebay. Set up a filter on ebay so that you only can see boards with vintage in the title and are located within 25km of where you live. Subscribe via RSS and have all the new boards listed right in front of your eyes and never miss a bargain.
  • Your friends upload photos & videos to social sites such as Flickr & Youtube, subscribe via RSS and get notified when a new item is uploaded.

—–> Part 2: Engaging With RSS Feeds


New Lifestream Feed

I’ve created another feed, which encompasses everything in the lifestream, which might be better for some people to subscribe to as you get the usual feed plus everything else such as youtube favourites, delicious bookmarks and twitter updates.


I managed to make it using a site called Friendfeed. It lets you combine all your social sites and many more into one nice clean feed. Check it out.