River with JSON-encoded OPML
Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 12:35 PM by Dave Winer.
This is a very bizarre animal.
It's a river.js file that has an item that contains the OPML source encoded as JSON.
This means that a jQuery app that loaded this file would find the OPML structure already there in the DOM.
We're a short step from having
be able to do something much richer with content.