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Well, is it Dr. Dean

Well, is it Dr. Dean or Governor Dean? It’s funny to me when people try to build up Howard Dean’s stature by using one or the other title, depending I guess on what the speaker thinks sounds more impressive. I’d say given the job he’s applying for, the only relevant qualification is Governor Howard Dean.

CRN: “NewsGator 2.0, which pulls

CRN: “NewsGator 2.0, which pulls news freeds in RSS or Atom …”: First Time I’ve seen a commercial announcement of Atom support. Full Quote:



“Also on Wednesday, NewsGator Technologies announced version 2.0 of its NewsGator news aggregator at CES. NewsGator 2.0, which pulls news feeds in RSS or Atom syndication formats from sources such as online news Web sites, blogs, and newsgroups, now lets users synchronize their news collection efforts on multiple machines, such as their in-the-office desktop and their on-the-road laptop. The new edition also offers an application programming interface (API) that corporate developers can use to build customized news apps for employees. NewsGator 2.0, which collects news feeds and then displays them within Microsoft Outlook 2000 and later, will ship Jan. 19, and cost $29 per user.”