Personalized pages require Ajax.

I used to to use the Google personalized page as my home page, and then I discovered NetVibes. Both do two very important things: The let me add content from any RSS source, and they let me position content according to my priorities. ESPN, as noted in a great post by Steve Rubel, has applied those lessons to a big media site. We’ve reached the point where it’s not a personalized page if users can’t control the entire experience.

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2 thoughts on “Personalized pages require Ajax.

  1. i think some one is “over-medicated.” whasamatta , can’t sleep so blogging like a maniac

    (er, in which case, cool, i just thought my eyes were playing tricks on me)

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