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FeedDemon, NetNewsWire and NewsGator Inbox to Support APML
— If you're a regular reader of this blog, you probably know that attention is a recurring theme here. I've long been convinced that RSS aggregators can help people overcome information overload by first paying attention to what a user is reading …
Attention - NewsGator and Bloglines Join APML Workgroup
— Web users interested in personalization, privacy and increasing sophistication in their applications take note: the Attention Data spec APML (Attention Profiling Markup Language) gained substantial momentum today with the announcement …
Basics of Attention Profiling through APML
… In recent months quite a few bloggers covered the growing adoption of APML, a proposed standard for attention profiling. Those about to give up reading here already, please don't. I personally found most of these posts delving in rather deep.
Economic impasse: Attention attention deficit syndrome
— In a series of postings running between Steve Gillmor and Doc Searls, talk of attention rolls on. There's also a push to create an attention profiling markup language (APML, though it doesn't justify capitalization yet we have the acronym already …
APML - OPML for Attention
— Today Faraday Media (Creators of Touchstone) announce a new initiative to work with the community in order to design and implement “Attention Profiling Mark-up Language” or APML. — APML will allow users to export and use their own personal Attention Profile …
APML - Attention Profiling Mark-up Language
— A new draft standard for an APML - Attention Profiling Mark-up Language has been proposed, with the involvement of Faraday Media, the developers of Touchstone: … In principle, I am in favor of managing my own “attention data” …