Re: is junk

From: joel garry <>
Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 11:06:55 -0700 (PDT)
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On May 25, 6:52 am, Noons <> wrote:
> Mladen Gogala wrote,on my timestamp of 25/05/2009 10:14 PM:
> > I used to use blog aggregator to remain of top ever increasing
> > number of interesting blogs. I first noticed that it skipped the recent
> > interesting notes by Jonathan, like "Hints on Hints" or "One SQL". Also
> > Tanel's note about free DBA_HIST AWR views in 11g wasn't covered. Orana
> > became a marketing junk pushing developers tools and Oracle apps. Orana
> > apparently stopped covering technical blog and started covering junk like
> > "MySQL installation".  I am removing it from my bookmarks. Is anybody
> > aware of another usable blog aggregator?
> I'd love one, because quite frankly
> orana is a bit sub-par of late...

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An interesting take: Somewhere (ah, ) I posted I rely on people to direct me to good blogs, but I'm not sure anyone really understood that.

My viewpoint is like Steve Howard's, though I would sometimes look at orana when I was bored and wondering if I was missing anything. But last week I had the same thought as Mladen.

I have tended to simply following a few blogs that I know are good, and the links off of those. Though it is pretty funny or sad how long some good bloggers have gone without blogging (give that noons guy a kick in the pants :-). Twitter and such may be cutting into the activity of the bleeding edge types, I still don't get it, though recently one of the trains I take has started giving updates ( ), now _that's_ useful - if the data is complete - amtrak has a website train-on-time screen (and 800 number), which can be really good, or have db problems...


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