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Nearly a month ago, blog search engine company Feedster’s Scott #2, Scott Johnson left the building. We thought, it was the last we heard of it. Today, Jeremy Zawodny went out on a limb, and predicted that Feedster will die in 2006. This prompted Chris Redlitz, […]

Nearly a month ago, blog search engine company Feedster’s Scott #2, Scott Johnson left the building. We thought, it was the last we heard of it. Today, Jeremy Zawodny went out on a limb, and predicted that Feedster will die in 2006. This prompted Chris Redlitz, President of Feedster to leave a comment: “We purged some personnel and systems, recruited new leadership (including a new VP of engineering) and acquired resources to build a much more scalable foundation for a very valuable core asset, Feedster.com.” Scott Rafer, former CEO chimes in comments in JZ’s original post. It continues….

  1. Feedster stopped taking applications a month ago…

    “I wanted to follow up with you on the status of your application to the Feedster Media Network. We have been working hard to bring you the best RSS advertising solution available but as of this time we are not activating new publishers until we are able to bring you the most seamless solution possible. We do anticipate that this will only be a short delay and that we will be able to work with you soon. As soon as we can, we will contact you with further instructions.”

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  3. [...] precisely that in the start-up world, when he finds a hot trend. Wi-Fi (WiFinder), Blog Search (Feedster), Blog Communities (MyBlogLog) and MashUps (Mashery.) Some of them pay-off, others fizzle [...]

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