This service allows a user to create and host his personal and business address cards. The user can then notify relations, which in turn can subscribe to the address card. I get the impression that for each contact a specific RSS-feed is created, depending on what you want to show to that relation. The Item of the feed contains links to a Google Map (US only), a link to the weather (US only) and the vCard as enclosure.
I like the idea of publishing your contact information as RSS. And even more the idea of publishing specific feeds for specific people. However I do not like the idea of using a service provider for this. I rather have my AddressBook client to generate RSS-feeds, which I can then publish on my own hosting provider. But this is more the personal approach that I am following: self-publishing. And as an extension I would like to be able to subscribe to a card in my AddressBook client. A problem of the service is however that I can not delete my account on RSScontact. I remember another service (name eludes me) that did this, but they never seem to got traction.
|Service Provider||MicroContent types||Web 2.0 rating|
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