Radio3 works with Facebook

Now we can officially unveil Radio3 -- my newest linkblogging tool.

Facebook, Twitter and RSS.

It's a cross-platform linkblogging tool.

The idea is to start a great flow of news to Twitter and Facebook, while enabling new networks to boot up on the open web, building on the RSS support.

When you post using Radio3, you're helping a new open web news network boot up. It's like using solar or wind energy, or riding a bike instead of driving. It's good for the environment.

Getting started

Here are the instructions for getting started with Radio3.

It has history too

The first Radio was Radio UserLand released in 2002. The second was Radio2, a server-based linkblogging tool that ran in the OPML Editor environment. Until last Friday I did all my linkblogging in Radio2. Radio3 is a browser-based JavaScript app with a thin server that runs in Node. The 3rd Radio is by far the best, but of course I'm biased.

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Here, in a comment, or on the new Radio3 mail list.

Last built: Sat, Sep 6, 2014 at 12:37 PM

By Dave Winer, Friday, September 5, 2014 at 7:13 PM. You should never argue with a crazy man.