Ben Hammersley is an English emigre, living in Sweden, with his wife, three greyhounds, a few hundred deer, and a two-way satellite connection. For a day job, he writes for the British national press, appearing in The Times, The Guardian, and The Observer, but in his free time, he blogs excessively at www.benhammersley.com and runs the Lazyweb.org ideas site. As a member of the RSS 1.0 Working Group, he survived the Great Fork Summer, and as a journalist he has been accosted by the secret police of two countries. To this day, he doesn't know which was worse.
I was expecting this book to show me somewhere in the first hundred pages an example of how to create an RSS feed. Read morePublished on May 2 2004
This is a useful little book; the whole main content is less than 180 pages and the author's pleasant writing style make it really easy to read in a day or two. Read morePublished on July 10 2003 by Foti Massimo