The W3C TAG is putting lots of time into editing the Architecture of the Web document. It’s stored in CVS, and someone at W3C just set up an RSS feed of changes to it as they’re checked in. First time I’ve done this, but I think it’s going to be addictive. You’ve been able to get this kind of notification by email for years now. It’s making me wonder: What are the differences between an RSS feed and an email folder, really? Does anyone know?

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