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  • PRWeek.com Q&A: Fergus Burns; CEO Nooked, March 31 2005
    • "RSS is disrupting a lot of the ways communication is flowing at the moment. If the trend continues, it will become part and parcel of everybody's workday, in the same way that e-mail had an affect in the past. RSS doesn't replace e-mail. RSS is maybe the way the web meant to be. But from a consumption perspective, it won't be a mass-market play for another year or two."
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