TWiT v. Feedburner

Interesting discussion of Feedburner and confidentiality on Leo Laporte’s blog. Make sure you read the comments in addition to Leo’s post. In short, Leo’s pulling his feeds off because Feedburner went public with some of Leo’s stats. But Eric Lunt, Feedburner’s CTO, wrote that Leo had selected an option that makes the data public. My guess is that Leo didn’t realize what he was approving — fine print and all that — but that he already wished he’d never used Feedburner anyway.

IT Conversations primary feed — the “Everything” feed — is redirected to Feedburner. So far, so good, but I haven’t yet moved over the other 40+ feeds we have.

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