28 January 2005

XML Concepts: Connecting content to your objectives


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XML Copy/Create

Copied text to placed-feed


Users simply highlight text, click on mouse to assign text to a feed-button. Dropped button connects to the original text.


Features

  • A. Seamless copy and paste across platforms.
  • B. Fast-editing quotations
  • C. Wiki-like: Allows others with edit-drop-access


  • No signing in to make edits. Simple sign-in to access your blog once.

    Comments, changes, and updates made right on the blog-surface. Changes automatically injected into the code and template based on pre-sign-ins and authorization through XML-subscription feed.

    Users have access to others' blog or platform content based on authorizations sent via feeds. Blog owner, when accessing own blog, simply signs in once, and makes adjustments to blog on the browser.


    Steps

  • 1. Copy text with Mouse

  • 2. Select create feed

  • 3. Select URI

  • 4. Post URI with XML Drop

  • 5. Platform connects Feed URI to copied text

  • 6. XML system then displays the information


  • XML Screen Capture

    Image redisplayed without saving


    Image saved in aggregator-browser. URI created for that snapshot. Send URI or post to other platform. Link references data stored in the aggregator. Read only. Greater ability to get closer and adjust feed-content with permissions sent via XML feed.

    Method to move content-value without opening platform for virus.


    XML Internal Connect

    Feeds to transfer data within single workstation


    Create your own feeds for content within a blog, host, platform, and product. Each blog, package of information, or group of information can be segregated into a feed.

    Other portion of that platform can reference the feed. Brings in the feed. No need to save files or send. Simply copy XML feed URI associated with that content and it displays.

    System deconstructs content, packages it as a feed, other platforms then reconstruct the content. Internal feed connect cleans up the content, removes formatting problems ensures structured and ready to repost.


    XML Snapshot

    Browser-based image editing


    Supports MoBlogging. Eliminates downloading images. No service required. Creates a feed-code out of an image that is connected to the image. Send the URI, not code; URI links back to the aggregator. Good for virus protection and platform security.


    Steps

  • 1. Click on aggregator

  • 2. Capture still frame of image

  • 3. Create feed of that information

  • 4. Create HTML-code to image-post that XML link

  • 5. Screen shot appears as embedded image at XML button.

  • 6. Click on XML button to replicate movements originally captured on the screen shot: Movements, errors.



  • XML Spring

    Integrated aggregators


    Move things with a mouse-click-drag. That works across a single browser from to the toolbar.

    These browsers talk to each other. Multiple widows know relative position of other aggregator windows; multiple aggregators: windows know their relative position to all others.

    Click on item, move content, image, feed URI not just to toolbar but also to actual location within another aggregator. Place content in second aggregator or multiple targets with a single drag and drop.


    XML Feed of Feeds

    Stay connected without a connection


    Users can aggregate data from their own platforms with an internal-feed aggregator. It consolidates information into once neat package.

    No more hunting through files. The files are brought to you, and the content that you want is showcased as you need it.

    Users can use feed-URIs to tag and flag data. Able to extract information in a feed and integrate it into a new work product. No need to cut and paste; then open new applications.

    Simply copy your text and and send the URI to the application you desire. Screen opens to identify target location.

    Easily post the URI. Target software package integrates the content into the workproduct using the URI.


    Features

  • 1 Create feed from data

    Take original information [text, images, audio]; repackage it as a feed. Content not sent or saved.

  • 2. Reconstruct data

    Others take the URI, reconstruct the data using universal transcription codes. End-user can integrate original content into their disconnected device.

    No content, codes sent. Only the URI-link.

  • 3. Rehost feed/content elsewhere.

  • 4. Create internal link to rehosted feed.



  • XML Security Button

    Authorization buttons on subscription feed


    Rather than hiding and crate firewalls, open content to all. Only give permissions, which can change.

    Constantly-regularly change access codes using random number generate.

    Open blog to all. Certain access permissions permit greater content access. Permission granted in feed-UR-code in content chicklet.

    If there's a problem with access, change access codes in drag-drop automatically. Fed to all with one feed notification.

    Button updated. Seamless. Unauthorized users denied update in feeds.


    XML Design

    MoBlogging Design: Drawing in virtual space


    GPS detects location of cell phone, hand-held, or laptop. Writing device has known location distance relative to screen. End-users move hand in free space to create higher fidelity drawings.

    Similar to a laser-based mouse, but applied in free space to mobile device.

    Permits zoom. Subtle movements captured in details at pixel level. Design while in WIFI-MoBlogging with headset.

    Takes pencil movements, stores them for later recall. Created feeds can duplicate the movements. Converts line drawings, text to digital images, links, text.

    Accessibility issue. No keypad required.


    XML Audio Tailoring

    Audio content/products embedded with multiple feeds


    Radio station, record production company, or audio-content provider embeds XML feeds on top of the audio file. Feeds then mesh with user profile.

    Custom ads in time slots. Audio signal integrates with feed preferences. Users her the most relevant information.

    Sound override option. Ad users her is plucked on basis of parameters in the feed. This is multi-channel broadcast on a single signal.


    XML Showcase

    XML feeds linked to products in image or soundclips


    Games. Code cheats. MP3 iPod music: Embeds codes for aggregators to replicate. Placed in DVD. TV to computer. TiVo.

    Actor wardrobe choice. Feed connects to all wardrobe by episode. Viewers zoom to props and books on shelf to link to feed at Amazon listing all books available or products on E-bay.

    Feed includes information on how to purchase product. Includes colors, options, and styles. Single-point purchase option.


    XML Paid-subscription Feeds

    Broadcast transcripts available at XML button


    Includes original scripts. Plus, version actually transmitted as transcribed real-time.

    Users click on icon on data ticker tape. Get URI for the feed. Instructions how to sign-up for the feed, method to subscribe, and payment terms. Integrates TV, cable with XML browser-aggregator.


    XML Assignment

    Academic subscription feeds


    Prepatory feeds to support classroom assignments, research. Gives educators and students lead-time in preparing the feed searches.

    Generic code for feed search included in either hard-copy text, or attached CD-Rom in text jacket. Academic related searches saved and archived for perpetual use.

    Feeds indexed by class, textbook, publishing company, assignment, major, question, task and skill. Real-time updates available in feed to include: Corrections, adjustments, and updates.


    XML Auto Feed

    Lead-time planning for machine parts


    GPS-sent feed on auto performance: fuel performance, timing, shocks, oil viscosity, and tire wear. Information aggregate to develop parts planning, manufacturing and reduces inventories.

    Permits advance lock in for fuel, intermediate shortage and shipping planning. Better match maintenance requirements with parts supplies. Reduces bottlenecks.


    XML Feed Trace

    Identifies source of content


    Data mining. Visually shows feed sources and links by URI and key words. Creates visual map.

    Used to protect intellectual property. Identify possible personnel who may be leaking information. Identify high value content sources.

    Displays in various shapes: Tee-pee. Identifies sources and inputs to feed visually. Content trace shows generation and original. Identifies center of new approaches.


    XML Tag Analyzer

    Horizontal testing and comparison


    Independently searches for tags outside Technorati-pinged sites.

    Compares tags found with other search tools and bots with results from Technorati. Identifies [a] why users are linking with tags, but tags are not appearing; and [b] alternatives to locate and access content appropriately tagged but not linked.

    Reports findings to Technorati central map. Makes recommendations, based on user-practices, how to modernize tagging standards related to syntax, spacing, and font decisions.


    XML Format Assignment

    Tailor others' content to your preferences


    XML buttons has embedded information and feed. Click on button and drag it to site viewing. System seamlessly integrates and posts button with XML drop, auto-posts button.

    Embedded in the XML URI button is code of selected preferences. When user posts to another blog or external location, users simply post content and XML tools integrate to auto-format the final display.

    Used for both incoming and external data. Receiving party can adjust. Other users may choose to let existing format stay as is.


    XML Platform Polishing

    Adjust content without accessing


    Users with authorized access have codes giving them seamless access to platform. Using drag-and-drop interface, users simply go to the host, type on the screen, and system converts those adjustments into code changes.

    No need to require users with authorized access to then re-access other areas. Can be seamless with original permission granted.

    No need to access template, edit-boxes, or archived data. Quick editing is now quick.

    Click, highlight text, move text on screen without going into edit, archives, or saved platform.


    XML Additions

    Auto-interface between search tool and platform


    Comments added can get buried. Central external feed-search tool like Technorati could archive and index these tags.

    Additional comments saved to Technorati and linked back to original blog, could send a signal to blogger to increment comment-count by one.

    Clicking on blog-comments provides two views: Technorati-generated comments via tags for only that blog; or an index of all comments for the entire site. User defines preferred view.

    Summary of comment changes included in Technorati MyTags.


    XML Tag Formats

    Custom display tag-results


    Tag-based codes on user-preferences for display. Codes tell feed reader how to display. Can either be a push [supplier] or demand [end-user] perspective.

    Embedded codes in tag relate to: Colors, font, style, template, indentations, and placement of images. Identifies method to attach with other codes.

    Integrates with other XML products that make the aggregator a platform that does more than a single website.


    XML Integrate

    Instructions how to handle tags


    A Technorati tag allows end-user to display comments. Integrates Technorati with Blogger.

    Blogger sets up options in one feed. That feed interact with external host.

    Instructions tell Technorati how to handle tag-responses when user access tags and signed into Technorati and or Blogger. Integrates two external hosts from aggregator.

    Instructs platforms: What to highlight; what to ignore; how to order; what to cluster; timing issues; and when to get the reviews, comments, or analysis.

    Time-delay feature integrated with schedule: Gives others time to comment; periodically check and meaningful times; quickly review comments to all blogs in a single location; end-user given time to formulate a well-crafted response.


    XML Universal Preferences

    Integrates user-preferences into to-be-developed XML products


    Standards uniform across all XML products. End-user has defined data set on options. User preferences are contained in a universally recognized XML feed button. These saved-codes create templates, choices, and other personalized styles designed to quickly meshes with new products.

    Allows end user to modify a new search box. Integrate Technorati member image into the search button. Radio-button approval on search-button style, image placement, name and other features. Goes beyond simple cut and paste of Findory.

    See Yahoo Avatars for quick-option-selections. Fast methods to choose, personalize, and select from templates: Title, shape, and color accents of the to-be-developed tool. Users can differentiate between simple box, square with shadow, or the rounded corners of MS Outlook.


    XML Tagging Issues

    Can't find your tags posted to Technorati?


    Your comments: If you have comments, link to tag. Check back to Technorati to see if your blog comment is listed.

    If not listed: If you have commented with the provided tag but your comment is not appearing in the TagSummary, let Technorati know:

  • When you made the blog-comment and posted your tag;
  • Your tagged-comment does not appear in the Technorati list; and
  • You are unable to see other tagged comments.

    Tags may not be appearing because TechnoratiTags does not yet recognize spaces, capitals, and apostrophes in tags.

    Note: Mud's Tests is independent of Technorati.

    Creative Commons License

    Link to and cite as . This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.


    XML Copy/Create

    Copied text to placed-feed


    Users simply highlight text, click on mouse to assign text to a feed-button. Dropped button connects to the original text.


    Features

  • A. Seamless copy and paste across platforms.
  • B. Fast-editing quotations
  • C. Wiki-like: Allows others with edit-drop-access


  • No signing in to make edits. Simple sign-in to access your blog once.

    Comments, changes, and updates made right on the blog-surface. Changes automatically injected into the code and template based on pre-sign-ins and authorization through XML-subscription feed.

    Users have access to others' blog or platform content based on authorizations sent via feeds. Blog owner, when accessing own blog, simply signs in once, and makes adjustments to blog on the browser.


    Steps

  • 1. Copy text with Mouse

  • 2. Select create feed

  • 3. Select URI

  • 4. Post URI with XML Drop

  • 5. Platform connects Feed URI to copied text

  • 6. XML system then displays the information


  • XML Screen Capture

    Image redisplayed without saving


    Image saved in aggregator-browser. URI created for that snapshot. Send URI or post to other platform. Link references data stored in the aggregator. Read only. Greater ability to get closer and adjust feed-content with permissions sent via XML feed.

    Method to move content-value without opening platform for virus.


    XML Internal Connect

    Feeds to transfer data within single workstation


    Create your own feeds for content within a blog, host, platform, and product. Each blog, package of information, or group of information can be segregated into a feed.

    Other portion of that platform can reference the feed. Brings in the feed. No need to save files or send. Simply copy XML feed URI associated with that content and it displays.

    System deconstructs content, packages it as a feed, other platforms then reconstruct the content. Internal feed connect cleans up the content, removes formatting problems ensures structured and ready to repost.


    XML Snapshot

    Browser-based image editing


    Supports MoBlogging. Eliminates downloading images. No service required. Creates a feed-code out of an image that is connected to the image. Send the URI, not code; URI links back to the aggregator. Good for virus protection and platform security.


    Steps

  • 1. Click on aggregator

  • 2. Capture still frame of image

  • 3. Create feed of that information

  • 4. Create HTML-code to image-post that XML link

  • 5. Screen shot appears as embedded image at XML button.

  • 6. Click on XML button to replicate movements originally captured on the screen shot: Movements, errors.



  • XML Spring

    Integrated aggregators


    Move things with a mouse-click-drag. That works across a single browser from to the toolbar.

    These browsers talk to each other. Multiple widows know relative position of other aggregator windows; multiple aggregators: windows know their relative position to all others.

    Click on item, move content, image, feed URI not just to toolbar but also to actual location within another aggregator. Place content in second aggregator or multiple targets with a single drag and drop.


    XML Feed of Feeds

    Stay connected without a connection


    Users can aggregate data from their own platforms with an internal-feed aggregator. It consolidates information into once neat package.

    No more hunting through files. The files are brought to you, and the content that you want is showcased as you need it.

    Users can use feed-URIs to tag and flag data. Able to extract information in a feed and integrate it into a new work product. No need to cut and paste; then open new applications.

    Simply copy your text and and send the URI to the application you desire. Screen opens to identify target location.

    Easily post the URI. Target software package integrates the content into the workproduct using the URI.


    Features

  • 1 Create feed from data

    Take original information [text, images, audio]; repackage it as a feed. Content not sent or saved.

  • 2. Reconstruct data

    Others take the URI, reconstruct the data using universal transcription codes. End-user can integrate original content into their disconnected device.

    No content, codes sent. Only the URI-link.

  • 3. Rehost feed/content elsewhere.

  • 4. Create internal link to rehosted feed.



  • XML Security Button

    Authorization buttons on subscription feed


    Rather than hiding and crate firewalls, open content to all. Only give permissions, which can change.

    Constantly-regularly change access codes using random number generate.

    Open blog to all. Certain access permissions permit greater content access. Permission granted in feed-UR-code in content chicklet.

    If there's a problem with access, change access codes in drag-drop automatically. Fed to all with one feed notification.

    Button updated. Seamless. Unauthorized users denied update in feeds.


    XML Design

    MoBlogging Design: Drawing in virtual space


    GPS detects location of cell phone, hand-held, or laptop. Writing device has known location distance relative to screen. End-users move hand in free space to create higher fidelity drawings.

    Similar to a laser-based mouse, but applied in free space to mobile device.

    Permits zoom. Subtle movements captured in details at pixel level. Design while in WIFI-MoBlogging with headset.

    Takes pencil movements, stores them for later recall. Created feeds can duplicate the movements. Converts line drawings, text to digital images, links, text.

    Accessibility issue. No keypad required.


    XML Audio Tailoring

    Audio content/products embedded with multiple feeds


    Radio station, record production company, or audio-content provider embeds XML feeds on top of the audio file. Feeds then mesh with user profile.

    Custom ads in time slots. Audio signal integrates with feed preferences. Users her the most relevant information.

    Sound override option. Ad users her is plucked on basis of parameters in the feed. This is multi-channel broadcast on a single signal.


    XML Showcase

    XML feeds linked to products in image or soundclips


    Games. Code cheats. MP3 iPod music: Embeds codes for aggregators to replicate. Placed in DVD. TV to computer. TiVo.

    Actor wardrobe choice. Feed connects to all wardrobe by episode. Viewers zoom to props and books on shelf to link to feed at Amazon listing all books available or products on E-bay.

    Feed includes information on how to purchase product. Includes colors, options, and styles. Single-point purchase option.


    XML Paid-subscription Feeds

    Broadcast transcripts available at XML button


    Includes original scripts. Plus, version actually transmitted as transcribed real-time.

    Users click on icon on data ticker tape. Get URI for the feed. Instructions how to sign-up for the feed, method to subscribe, and payment terms. Integrates TV, cable with XML browser-aggregator.


    XML Assignment

    Academic subscription feeds


    Prepatory feeds to support classroom assignments, research. Gives educators and students lead-time in preparing the feed searches.

    Generic code for feed search included in either hard-copy text, or attached CD-Rom in text jacket. Academic related searches saved and archived for perpetual use.

    Feeds indexed by class, textbook, publishing company, assignment, major, question, task and skill. Real-time updates available in feed to include: Corrections, adjustments, and updates.


    XML Auto Feed

    Lead-time planning for machine parts


    GPS-sent feed on auto performance: fuel performance, timing, shocks, oil viscosity, and tire wear. Information aggregate to develop parts planning, manufacturing and reduces inventories.

    Permits advance lock in for fuel, intermediate shortage and shipping planning. Better match maintenance requirements with parts supplies. Reduces bottlenecks.


    XML Feed Trace

    Identifies source of content


    Data mining. Visually shows feed sources and links by URI and key words. Creates visual map.

    Used to protect intellectual property. Identify possible personnel who may be leaking information. Identify high value content sources.

    Displays in various shapes: Tee-pee. Identifies sources and inputs to feed visually. Content trace shows generation and original. Identifies center of new approaches.


    XML Tag Analyzer

    Horizontal testing and comparison


    Independently searches for tags outside Technorati-pinged sites.

    Compares tags found with other search tools and bots with results from Technorati. Identifies [a] why users are linking with tags, but tags are not appearing; and [b] alternatives to locate and access content appropriately tagged but not linked.

    Reports findings to Technorati central map. Makes recommendations, based on user-practices, how to modernize tagging standards related to syntax, spacing, and font decisions.


    XML Format Assignment

    Tailor others' content to your preferences


    XML buttons has embedded information and feed. Click on button and drag it to site viewing. System seamlessly integrates and posts button with XML drop, auto-posts button.

    Embedded in the XML URI button is code of selected preferences. When user posts to another blog or external location, users simply post content and XML tools integrate to auto-format the final display.

    Used for both incoming and external data. Receiving party can adjust. Other users may choose to let existing format stay as is.


    XML Platform Polishing

    Adjust content without accessing


    Users with authorized access have codes giving them seamless access to platform. Using drag-and-drop interface, users simply go to the host, type on the screen, and system converts those adjustments into code changes.

    No need to require users with authorized access to then re-access other areas. Can be seamless with original permission granted.

    No need to access template, edit-boxes, or archived data. Quick editing is now quick.

    Click, highlight text, move text on screen without going into edit, archives, or saved platform.


    XML Additions

    Auto-interface between search tool and platform


    Comments added can get buried. Central external feed-search tool like Technorati could archive and index these tags.

    Additional comments saved to Technorati and linked back to original blog, could send a signal to blogger to increment comment-count by one.

    Clicking on blog-comments provides two views: Technorati-generated comments via tags for only that blog; or an index of all comments for the entire site. User defines preferred view.

    Summary of comment changes included in Technorati MyTags.


    XML Tag Formats

    Custom display tag-results


    Tag-based codes on user-preferences for display. Codes tell feed reader how to display. Can either be a push [supplier] or demand [end-user] perspective.

    Embedded codes in tag relate to: Colors, font, style, template, indentations, and placement of images. Identifies method to attach with other codes.

    Integrates with other XML products that make the aggregator a platform that does more than a single website.


    XML Integrate

    Instructions how to handle tags


    A Technorati tag allows end-user to display comments. Integrates Technorati with Blogger.

    Blogger sets up options in one feed. That feed interact with external host.

    Instructions tell Technorati how to handle tag-responses when user access tags and signed into Technorati and or Blogger. Integrates two external hosts from aggregator.

    Instructs platforms: What to highlight; what to ignore; how to order; what to cluster; timing issues; and when to get the reviews, comments, or analysis.

    Time-delay feature integrated with schedule: Gives others time to comment; periodically check and meaningful times; quickly review comments to all blogs in a single location; end-user given time to formulate a well-crafted response.


    XML Universal Preferences

    Integrates user-preferences into to-be-developed XML products


    Standards uniform across all XML products. End-user has defined data set on options. User preferences are contained in a universally recognized XML feed button. These saved-codes create templates, choices, and other personalized styles designed to quickly meshes with new products.

    Allows end user to modify a new search box. Integrate Technorati member image into the search button. Radio-button approval on search-button style, image placement, name and other features. Goes beyond simple cut and paste of Findory.

    See Yahoo Avatars for quick-option-selections. Fast methods to choose, personalize, and select from templates: Title, shape, and color accents of the to-be-developed tool. Users can differentiate between simple box, square with shadow, or the rounded corners of MS Outlook.


    XML Tagging Issues

    Can't find your tags posted to Technorati?


    Your comments: If you have comments, link to tag. Check back to Technorati to see if your blog comment is listed.

    If not listed: If you have commented with the provided tag but your comment is not appearing in the TagSummary, let Technorati know:

  • When you made the blog-comment and posted your tag;
  • Your tagged-comment does not appear in the Technorati list; and
  • You are unable to see other tagged comments.

    Tags may not be appearing because TechnoratiTags does not yet recognize spaces, capitals, and apostrophes in tags.

    Note: Mud's Tests is independent of Technorati.
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    Creative Commons License

    Link to and cite as . This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.


    XML Copy/Create

    Copied text to placed-feed


    Users simply highlight text, click on mouse to assign text to a feed-button. Dropped button connects to the original text.


    Features

  • A. Seamless copy and paste across platforms.
  • B. Fast-editing quotations
  • C. Wiki-like: Allows others with edit-drop-access


  • No signing in to make edits. Simple sign-in to access your blog once.

    Comments, changes, and updates made right on the blog-surface. Changes automatically injected into the code and template based on pre-sign-ins and authorization through XML-subscription feed.

    Users have access to others' blog or platform content based on authorizations sent via feeds. Blog owner, when accessing own blog, simply signs in once, and makes adjustments to blog on the browser.


    Steps

  • 1. Copy text with Mouse

  • 2. Select create feed

  • 3. Select URI

  • 4. Post URI with XML Drop

  • 5. Platform connects Feed URI to copied text

  • 6. XML system then displays the information


  • XML Screen Capture

    Image redisplayed without saving


    Image saved in aggregator-browser. URI created for that snapshot. Send URI or post to other platform. Link references data stored in the aggregator. Read only. Greater ability to get closer and adjust feed-content with permissions sent via XML feed.

    Method to move content-value without opening platform for virus.


    XML Internal Connect

    Feeds to transfer data within single workstation


    Create your own feeds for content within a blog, host, platform, and product. Each blog, package of information, or group of information can be segregated into a feed.

    Other portion of that platform can reference the feed. Brings in the feed. No need to save files or send. Simply copy XML feed URI associated with that content and it displays.

    System deconstructs content, packages it as a feed, other platforms then reconstruct the content. Internal feed connect cleans up the content, removes formatting problems ensures structured and ready to repost.


    XML Snapshot

    Browser-based image editing


    Supports MoBlogging. Eliminates downloading images. No service required. Creates a feed-code out of an image that is connected to the image. Send the URI, not code; URI links back to the aggregator. Good for virus protection and platform security.


    Steps

  • 1. Click on aggregator

  • 2. Capture still frame of image

  • 3. Create feed of that information

  • 4. Create HTML-code to image-post that XML link

  • 5. Screen shot appears as embedded image at XML button.

  • 6. Click on XML button to replicate movements originally captured on the screen shot: Movements, errors.



  • XML Spring

    Integrated aggregators


    Move things with a mouse-click-drag. That works across a single browser from to the toolbar.

    These browsers talk to each other. Multiple widows know relative position of other aggregator windows; multiple aggregators: windows know their relative position to all others.

    Click on item, move content, image, feed URI not just to toolbar but also to actual location within another aggregator. Place content in second aggregator or multiple targets with a single drag and drop.


    XML Feed of Feeds

    Stay connected without a connection


    Users can aggregate data from their own platforms with an internal-feed aggregator. It consolidates information into once neat package.

    No more hunting through files. The files are brought to you, and the content that you want is showcased as you need it.

    Users can use feed-URIs to tag and flag data. Able to extract information in a feed and integrate it into a new work product. No need to cut and paste; then open new applications.

    Simply copy your text and and send the URI to the application you desire. Screen opens to identify target location.

    Easily post the URI. Target software package integrates the content into the workproduct using the URI.


    Features

  • 1 Create feed from data

    Take original information [text, images, audio]; repackage it as a feed. Content not sent or saved.

  • 2. Reconstruct data

    Others take the URI, reconstruct the data using universal transcription codes. End-user can integrate original content into their disconnected device.

    No content, codes sent. Only the URI-link.

  • 3. Rehost feed/content elsewhere.

  • 4. Create internal link to rehosted feed.



  • XML Security Button

    Authorization buttons on subscription feed


    Rather than hiding and crate firewalls, open content to all. Only give permissions, which can change.

    Constantly-regularly change access codes using random number generate.

    Open blog to all. Certain access permissions permit greater content access. Permission granted in feed-UR-code in content chicklet.

    If there's a problem with access, change access codes in drag-drop automatically. Fed to all with one feed notification.

    Button updated. Seamless. Unauthorized users denied update in feeds.


    XML Design

    MoBlogging Design: Drawing in virtual space


    GPS detects location of cell phone, hand-held, or laptop. Writing device has known location distance relative to screen. End-users move hand in free space to create higher fidelity drawings.

    Similar to a laser-based mouse, but applied in free space to mobile device.

    Permits zoom. Subtle movements captured in details at pixel level. Design while in WIFI-MoBlogging with headset.

    Takes pencil movements, stores them for later recall. Created feeds can duplicate the movements. Converts line drawings, text to digital images, links, text.

    Accessibility issue. No keypad required.


    XML Audio Tailoring

    Audio content/products embedded with multiple feeds


    Radio station, record production company, or audio-content provider embeds XML feeds on top of the audio file. Feeds then mesh with user profile.

    Custom ads in time slots. Audio signal integrates with feed preferences. Users her the most relevant information.

    Sound override option. Ad users her is plucked on basis of parameters in the feed. This is multi-channel broadcast on a single signal.


    XML Showcase

    XML feeds linked to products in image or soundclips


    Games. Code cheats. MP3 iPod music: Embeds codes for aggregators to replicate. Placed in DVD. TV to computer. TiVo.

    Actor wardrobe choice. Feed connects to all wardrobe by episode. Viewers zoom to props and books on shelf to link to feed at Amazon listing all books available or products on E-bay.

    Feed includes information on how to purchase product. Includes colors, options, and styles. Single-point purchase option.


    XML Paid-subscription Feeds

    Broadcast transcripts available at XML button


    Includes original scripts. Plus, version actually transmitted as transcribed real-time.

    Users click on icon on data ticker tape. Get URI for the feed. Instructions how to sign-up for the feed, method to subscribe, and payment terms. Integrates TV, cable with XML browser-aggregator.


    XML Assignment

    Academic subscription feeds


    Prepatory feeds to support classroom assignments, research. Gives educators and students lead-time in preparing the feed searches.

    Generic code for feed search included in either hard-copy text, or attached CD-Rom in text jacket. Academic related searches saved and archived for perpetual use.

    Feeds indexed by class, textbook, publishing company, assignment, major, question, task and skill. Real-time updates available in feed to include: Corrections, adjustments, and updates.


    XML Auto Feed

    Lead-time planning for machine parts


    GPS-sent feed on auto performance: fuel performance, timing, shocks, oil viscosity, and tire wear. Information aggregate to develop parts planning, manufacturing and reduces inventories.

    Permits advance lock in for fuel, intermediate shortage and shipping planning. Better match maintenance requirements with parts supplies. Reduces bottlenecks.


    XML Feed Trace

    Identifies source of content


    Data mining. Visually shows feed sources and links by URI and key words. Creates visual map.

    Used to protect intellectual property. Identify possible personnel who may be leaking information. Identify high value content sources.

    Displays in various shapes: Tee-pee. Identifies sources and inputs to feed visually. Content trace shows generation and original. Identifies center of new approaches.


    XML Tag Analyzer

    Horizontal testing and comparison


    Independently searches for tags outside Technorati-pinged sites.

    Compares tags found with other search tools and bots with results from Technorati. Identifies [a] why users are linking with tags, but tags are not appearing; and [b] alternatives to locate and access content appropriately tagged but not linked.

    Reports findings to Technorati central map. Makes recommendations, based on user-practices, how to modernize tagging standards related to syntax, spacing, and font decisions.


    XML Format Assignment

    Tailor others' content to your preferences


    XML buttons has embedded information and feed. Click on button and drag it to site viewing. System seamlessly integrates and posts button with XML drop, auto-posts button.

    Embedded in the XML URI button is code of selected preferences. When user posts to another blog or external location, users simply post content and XML tools integrate to auto-format the final display.

    Used for both incoming and external data. Receiving party can adjust. Other users may choose to let existing format stay as is.


    XML Platform Polishing

    Adjust content without accessing


    Users with authorized access have codes giving them seamless access to platform. Using drag-and-drop interface, users simply go to the host, type on the screen, and system converts those adjustments into code changes.

    No need to require users with authorized access to then re-access other areas. Can be seamless with original permission granted.

    No need to access template, edit-boxes, or archived data. Quick editing is now quick.

    Click, highlight text, move text on screen without going into edit, archives, or saved platform.


    XML Additions

    Auto-interface between search tool and platform


    Comments added can get buried. Central external feed-search tool like Technorati could archive and index these tags.

    Additional comments saved to Technorati and linked back to original blog, could send a signal to blogger to increment comment-count by one.

    Clicking on blog-comments provides two views: Technorati-generated comments via tags for only that blog; or an index of all comments for the entire site. User defines preferred view.

    Summary of comment changes included in Technorati MyTags.


    XML Tag Formats

    Custom display tag-results


    Tag-based codes on user-preferences for display. Codes tell feed reader how to display. Can either be a push [supplier] or demand [end-user] perspective.

    Embedded codes in tag relate to: Colors, font, style, template, indentations, and placement of images. Identifies method to attach with other codes.

    Integrates with other XML products that make the aggregator a platform that does more than a single website.


    XML Integrate

    Instructions how to handle tags


    A Technorati tag allows end-user to display comments. Integrates Technorati with Blogger.

    Blogger sets up options in one feed. That feed interact with external host.

    Instructions tell Technorati how to handle tag-responses when user access tags and signed into Technorati and or Blogger. Integrates two external hosts from aggregator.

    Instructs platforms: What to highlight; what to ignore; how to order; what to cluster; timing issues; and when to get the reviews, comments, or analysis.

    Time-delay feature integrated with schedule: Gives others time to comment; periodically check and meaningful times; quickly review comments to all blogs in a single location; end-user given time to formulate a well-crafted response.


    XML Universal Preferences

    Integrates user-preferences into to-be-developed XML products


    Standards uniform across all XML products. End-user has defined data set on options. User preferences are contained in a universally recognized XML feed button. These saved-codes create templates, choices, and other personalized styles designed to quickly meshes with new products.

    Allows end user to modify a new search box. Integrate Technorati member image into the search button. Radio-button approval on search-button style, image placement, name and other features. Goes beyond simple cut and paste of Findory.

    See Yahoo Avatars for quick-option-selections. Fast methods to choose, personalize, and select from templates: Title, shape, and color accents of the to-be-developed tool. Users can differentiate between simple box, square with shadow, or the rounded corners of MS Outlook.


    XML Tagging Issues

    Can't find your tags posted to Technorati?


    Your comments: If you have comments, link to tag. Check back to Technorati to see if your blog comment is listed.

    If not listed: If you have commented with the provided tag but your comment is not appearing in the TagSummary, let Technorati know:

  • When you made the blog-comment and posted your tag;
  • Your tagged-comment does not appear in the Technorati list; and
  • You are unable to see other tagged comments.

    Tags may not be appearing because TechnoratiTags does not yet recognize spaces, capitals, and apostrophes in tags.

    Note: Mud's Tests is independent of Technorati.
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    Creative Commons License

    Link to and cite as . This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.


    XML Copy/Create

    Copied text to placed-feed


    Users simply highlight text, click on mouse to assign text to a feed-button. Dropped button connects to the original text.


    Features

  • A. Seamless copy and paste across platforms.
  • B. Fast-editing quotations
  • C. Wiki-like: Allows others with edit-drop-access


  • No signing in to make edits. Simple sign-in to access your blog once.

    Comments, changes, and updates made right on the blog-surface. Changes automatically injected into the code and template based on pre-sign-ins and authorization through XML-subscription feed.

    Users have access to others' blog or platform content based on authorizations sent via feeds. Blog owner, when accessing own blog, simply signs in once, and makes adjustments to blog on the browser.


    Steps

  • 1. Copy text with Mouse

  • 2. Select create feed

  • 3. Select URI

  • 4. Post URI with XML Drop

  • 5. Platform connects Feed URI to copied text

  • 6. XML system then displays the information


  • XML Screen Capture

    Image redisplayed without saving


    Image saved in aggregator-browser. URI created for that snapshot. Send URI or post to other platform. Link references data stored in the aggregator. Read only. Greater ability to get closer and adjust feed-content with permissions sent via XML feed.

    Method to move content-value without opening platform for virus.


    XML Internal Connect

    Feeds to transfer data within single workstation


    Create your own feeds for content within a blog, host, platform, and product. Each blog, package of information, or group of information can be segregated into a feed.

    Other portion of that platform can reference the feed. Brings in the feed. No need to save files or send. Simply copy XML feed URI associated with that content and it displays.

    System deconstructs content, packages it as a feed, other platforms then reconstruct the content. Internal feed connect cleans up the content, removes formatting problems ensures structured and ready to repost.


    XML Snapshot

    Browser-based image editing


    Supports MoBlogging. Eliminates downloading images. No service required. Creates a feed-code out of an image that is connected to the image. Send the URI, not code; URI links back to the aggregator. Good for virus protection and platform security.


    Steps

  • 1. Click on aggregator

  • 2. Capture still frame of image

  • 3. Create feed of that information

  • 4. Create HTML-code to image-post that XML link

  • 5. Screen shot appears as embedded image at XML button.

  • 6. Click on XML button to replicate movements originally captured on the screen shot: Movements, errors.



  • XML Spring

    Integrated aggregators


    Move things with a mouse-click-drag. That works across a single browser from to the toolbar.

    These browsers talk to each other. Multiple widows know relative position of other aggregator windows; multiple aggregators: windows know their relative position to all others.

    Click on item, move content, image, feed URI not just to toolbar but also to actual location within another aggregator. Place content in second aggregator or multiple targets with a single drag and drop.


    XML Feed of Feeds

    Stay connected without a connection


    Users can aggregate data from their own platforms with an internal-feed aggregator. It consolidates information into once neat package.

    No more hunting through files. The files are brought to you, and the content that you want is showcased as you need it.

    Users can use feed-URIs to tag and flag data. Able to extract information in a feed and integrate it into a new work product. No need to cut and paste; then open new applications.

    Simply copy your text and and send the URI to the application you desire. Screen opens to identify target location.

    Easily post the URI. Target software package integrates the content into the workproduct using the URI.


    Features

  • 1 Create feed from data

    Take original information [text, images, audio]; repackage it as a feed. Content not sent or saved.

  • 2. Reconstruct data

    Others take the URI, reconstruct the data using universal transcription codes. End-user can integrate original content into their disconnected device.

    No content, codes sent. Only the URI-link.

  • 3. Rehost feed/content elsewhere.

  • 4. Create internal link to rehosted feed.



  • XML Security Button

    Authorization buttons on subscription feed


    Rather than hiding and crate firewalls, open content to all. Only give permissions, which can change.

    Constantly-regularly change access codes using random number generate.

    Open blog to all. Certain access permissions permit greater content access. Permission granted in feed-UR-code in content chicklet.

    If there's a problem with access, change access codes in drag-drop automatically. Fed to all with one feed notification.

    Button updated. Seamless. Unauthorized users denied update in feeds.


    XML Design

    MoBlogging Design: Drawing in virtual space


    GPS detects location of cell phone, hand-held, or laptop. Writing device has known location distance relative to screen. End-users move hand in free space to create higher fidelity drawings.

    Similar to a laser-based mouse, but applied in free space to mobile device.

    Permits zoom. Subtle movements captured in details at pixel level. Design while in WIFI-MoBlogging with headset.

    Takes pencil movements, stores them for later recall. Created feeds can duplicate the movements. Converts line drawings, text to digital images, links, text.

    Accessibility issue. No keypad required.


    XML Audio Tailoring

    Audio content/products embedded with multiple feeds


    Radio station, record production company, or audio-content provider embeds XML feeds on top of the audio file. Feeds then mesh with user profile.

    Custom ads in time slots. Audio signal integrates with feed preferences. Users her the most relevant information.

    Sound override option. Ad users her is plucked on basis of parameters in the feed. This is multi-channel broadcast on a single signal.


    XML Showcase

    XML feeds linked to products in image or soundclips


    Games. Code cheats. MP3 iPod music: Embeds codes for aggregators to replicate. Placed in DVD. TV to computer. TiVo.

    Actor wardrobe choice. Feed connects to all wardrobe by episode. Viewers zoom to props and books on shelf to link to feed at Amazon listing all books available or products on E-bay.

    Feed includes information on how to purchase product. Includes colors, options, and styles. Single-point purchase option.


    XML Paid-subscription Feeds

    Broadcast transcripts available at XML button


    Includes original scripts. Plus, version actually transmitted as transcribed real-time.

    Users click on icon on data ticker tape. Get URI for the feed. Instructions how to sign-up for the feed, method to subscribe, and payment terms. Integrates TV, cable with XML browser-aggregator.


    XML Assignment

    Academic subscription feeds


    Prepatory feeds to support classroom assignments, research. Gives educators and students lead-time in preparing the feed searches.

    Generic code for feed search included in either hard-copy text, or attached CD-Rom in text jacket. Academic related searches saved and archived for perpetual use.

    Feeds indexed by class, textbook, publishing company, assignment, major, question, task and skill. Real-time updates available in feed to include: Corrections, adjustments, and updates.


    XML Auto Feed

    Lead-time planning for machine parts


    GPS-sent feed on auto performance: fuel performance, timing, shocks, oil viscosity, and tire wear. Information aggregate to develop parts planning, manufacturing and reduces inventories.

    Permits advance lock in for fuel, intermediate shortage and shipping planning. Better match maintenance requirements with parts supplies. Reduces bottlenecks.


    XML Feed Trace

    Identifies source of content


    Data mining. Visually shows feed sources and links by URI and key words. Creates visual map.

    Used to protect intellectual property. Identify possible personnel who may be leaking information. Identify high value content sources.

    Displays in various shapes: Tee-pee. Identifies sources and inputs to feed visually. Content trace shows generation and original. Identifies center of new approaches.


    XML Tag Analyzer

    Horizontal testing and comparison


    Independently searches for tags outside Technorati-pinged sites.

    Compares tags found with other search tools and bots with results from Technorati. Identifies [a] why users are linking with tags, but tags are not appearing; and [b] alternatives to locate and access content appropriately tagged but not linked.

    Reports findings to Technorati central map. Makes recommendations, based on user-practices, how to modernize tagging standards related to syntax, spacing, and font decisions.


    XML Format Assignment

    Tailor others' content to your preferences


    XML buttons has embedded information and feed. Click on button and drag it to site viewing. System seamlessly integrates and posts button with XML drop, auto-posts button.

    Embedded in the XML URI button is code of selected preferences. When user posts to another blog or external location, users simply post content and XML tools integrate to auto-format the final display.

    Used for both incoming and external data. Receiving party can adjust. Other users may choose to let existing format stay as is.


    XML Platform Polishing

    Adjust content without accessing


    Users with authorized access have codes giving them seamless access to platform. Using drag-and-drop interface, users simply go to the host, type on the screen, and system converts those adjustments into code changes.

    No need to require users with authorized access to then re-access other areas. Can be seamless with original permission granted.

    No need to access template, edit-boxes, or archived data. Quick editing is now quick.

    Click, highlight text, move text on screen without going into edit, archives, or saved platform.


    XML Additions

    Auto-interface between search tool and platform


    Comments added can get buried. Central external feed-search tool like Technorati could archive and index these tags.

    Additional comments saved to Technorati and linked back to original blog, could send a signal to blogger to increment comment-count by one.

    Clicking on blog-comments provides two views: Technorati-generated comments via tags for only that blog; or an index of all comments for the entire site. User defines preferred view.

    Summary of comment changes included in Technorati MyTags.


    XML Tag Formats

    Custom display tag-results


    Tag-based codes on user-preferences for display. Codes tell feed reader how to display. Can either be a push [supplier] or demand [end-user] perspective.

    Embedded codes in tag relate to: Colors, font, style, template, indentations, and placement of images. Identifies method to attach with other codes.

    Integrates with other XML products that make the aggregator a platform that does more than a single website.


    XML Integrate

    Instructions how to handle tags


    A Technorati tag allows end-user to display comments. Integrates Technorati with Blogger.

    Blogger sets up options in one feed. That feed interact with external host.

    Instructions tell Technorati how to handle tag-responses when user access tags and signed into Technorati and or Blogger. Integrates two external hosts from aggregator.

    Instructs platforms: What to highlight; what to ignore; how to order; what to cluster; timing issues; and when to get the reviews, comments, or analysis.

    Time-delay feature integrated with schedule: Gives others time to comment; periodically check and meaningful times; quickly review comments to all blogs in a single location; end-user given time to formulate a well-crafted response.


    XML Universal Preferences

    Integrates user-preferences into to-be-developed XML products


    Standards uniform across all XML products. End-user has defined data set on options. User preferences are contained in a universally recognized XML feed button. These saved-codes create templates, choices, and other personalized styles designed to quickly meshes with new products.

    Allows end user to modify a new search box. Integrate Technorati member image into the search button. Radio-button approval on search-button style, image placement, name and other features. Goes beyond simple cut and paste of Findory.

    See Yahoo Avatars for quick-option-selections. Fast methods to choose, personalize, and select from templates: Title, shape, and color accents of the to-be-developed tool. Users can differentiate between simple box, square with shadow, or the rounded corners of MS Outlook.


    XML Tagging Issues

    Can't find your tags posted to Technorati?


    Your comments: If you have comments, link to tag. Check back to Technorati to see if your blog comment is listed.

    If not listed: If you have commented with the provided tag but your comment is not appearing in the TagSummary, let Technorati know:

  • When you made the blog-comment and posted your tag;
  • Your tagged-comment does not appear in the Technorati list; and
  • You are unable to see other tagged comments.

    Tags may not be appearing because TechnoratiTags does not yet recognize spaces, capitals, and apostrophes in tags.

    Note: Mud's Tests is independent of Technorati.
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