20 thoughts on “Google Aggregator

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  3. From Google Corporate Information:

    “Google believes in instant gratification. You want answers and you want them right now. Who are we to argue? Google may be the only company in the world whose stated goal is to have users leave its website as quickly as possible. By fanatically obsessing on shaving every excess bit and byte from our pages and increasing the efficiency of our serving environment, Google has broken its own speed records time and again.”

    I tried it a few hours ago, and it was … wow, impressively slow. I once built an aggregator, and I suck, and boy, was that thing slow, but this thing isa even slower. WOW GOOGLE! This one is quite the turkey.

    I don’t mind that Google likes to mark things as “Beta” for five years at a time, but if they’re going to open such awful monstrosities to the public, could they please label them ALPHA!?

    Now … well, it has gotten faster … it serves me a 502 error very swiftly. 🙂

    Good luck, GOOGs!!

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  5. I found it sorely lacking. First of all, you can’t import OPML from Bloglines unless you decapitate the head portion of the xml, which is BS, it should just work. When you drill down to the posts of a feed, there’s no way to get back to where you were in your feed list before. The only link you get takes you back to the beginning of your feed list! That sucks. The process of adding individual feeds takes too many steps and is far, far too cumbersome.

    And, yeah, it’s slow.

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