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June 25, 2007

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Sean Burgess

I can definitely see where the feeds will morph into a more easily defined and managed version of EDI. I would love to see the government move to pushing out public data, like postal code lists and tax rules, via XML feeds.

Sandy Kemsley

There were some really interesting presentations at the recent Enterprise 2.0 conference (e.g., http://www.column2.com/2007/06/enterprise-20-sam-weber) about some of the new uses of RSS; I think that RSS is going to make some significant inroads into businesses with some new applications of the technology.

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