On Oct 17, 2004, at 3:52 PM, James Britt wrote:
> GDeskRSS is mostly proof-of-concept, written to see 1) how hard it 
> would be (not very), and 2) how useful RSS feeds tracking local file 
> content might be (remains to be seen).

Cool stuff. One possible use: So that people can monitor file changes 
and additions on a shared file server. Say, John in marketing wants to 
be notified of every file (strategy doc, project planning document, 
email) that mentions the word "Java" or "Ruby" or whatever. (Of course, 
as with many other apps like this, the privacy issues are 
considerable.)

F.