San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 14, 2004
Feedster, Inc., the first company to utilize RSS and weblog content to enhance traditional news syndication and search has teamed up with washingtonpost.com to provide opinion and up-to-date commentary about the presidential debate from political and election bloggers at debate.Feedster.com.
ÂWe support the efforts of washingtonpost.com to recognize the value of blog content for political commentary and opinion,Â said Scott Rafer, CEO of Feedster, ÂitÂs a direct way to zoom in on each candidateÂs point of view on the key issues.Â
The election is less than 3 weeks away, but the polls are open for voting for The Best Blogs Â Politics & Elections 2004 ReadersÂ Choice Awards. Votes will be accepted until 11:59 am EST, October 15th. Nomination categories include Best Rant, Democratic Party Coverage, Republican Party Coverage, Campaign Dirt, Inside the Beltway, Outside the Beltway, International, Class Clown, Most Original and Most Likely To Last Beyond Election Day.
*washingtonpost.com* is an award-winning news, information and entertainment resource on the Web. The site offers the dayÂs Washington Post, continually updated news coverage, breaking stories and extensive original content, as well as a growing suite of cultural, community and commerce services that make it the definitive guide to Greater Washington. *washingtonpost.com* is published by Washingtonpost. Newsweek Interactive, the online publishing subsidiary of The Washington Post Company. (*NYSE:WPO*)
Feedster is a rapidly growing search engine for online content and weblogs published using RSS, a newly popular XML standard. Feedster indexes more than 950,000 syndicated sources including over 50,000 professional feeds from The New York Times, BBC, CNET, IDG, Wired and more. Approximately 5,000 new feeds are added daily. The Company aggregates and publishes feeds for topical subjects and events such as jobs and sports events. Go to: Feedster.com for more information.
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