One point why I favor RSS aggregation over HTML browsing just occured to me:
The data/info I read I downloaded and keep ony my system even when I go offline. In the HTML page model it is expected I 'read online'... So once I leave a certain ppage, the info 'dissapears'...
Ok, I perfectly aware these differences can be overcome (Personal Proxy, reading fronm cache etc.) but it still is a difference in the concept
. RSS items are on my HD to do with and read in a way I so very well please...
[ by Martin>]
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