I had a post concerning Netvibes that I was asked to delay posting until tomorrow. I apologize if there are any links to this post of comments.

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Jose del Moral on March 21, 2006  · 

This is the OPML file of our Top 100 Spanish blogs:

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Angel on March 21, 2006  · 

I have to disagree with you Martin. The people at Netvibes may know what users want, but I’m not the user they’re thinking about. The whole stuff is a geeky, bulky, overcrowded, ugly page.

Definitively not for the mass market. And I assume this is something YOU care about, now that you’re an investor…

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Anonymous on March 21, 2006  · 

And Exporting OPML files, when? from netvibes to my pc desk.

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Misho on March 21, 2006  · 

May be you can give http://www.pageflakes.com a try and see if it stands out of the crowd.

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Franck Mahon on March 22, 2006  · 

Anonymous> Already possible.
Add content>My Feeds (click on the blue arrow on the right)>Export to OPML

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ouriel on March 22, 2006  · 

we just published it on techrunch….

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Amir on March 22, 2006  · 

Martin, the news are out on Techcrunch:

“Netvibes to Announce Seed Financing Today

Netvibes, a very popular Ajax home page product that I said was a Web 2.0 Company I couldn’t live without, will announce seed funding by Index Ventures, Marc Andreessen, Pierre Chappaz (founder of Kelkoo and Wikio) and Martin Varsavsky (founder of Jazztel, Ya.com and Fon). The size of the round was not disclosed.

Over a million home pages have been created on Netvibes, and the service is available in a ton of languages. They are working on an API now that will allow for third party widgets to be created as well.

Netvibes is headquartered in Paris and London.”


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