26 January 2005

XML Launch: One-step multi-tasking


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Brainstorming for your work center

  • Connect with enabling technology

  • Exchange valuable work products




  • XML Connect

    Connecting Aggregators


    You can connect computers. You exchange links and search results with Bloglines and del.icio.us. Why not connect browsers and aggregators.

    Share more than links. Share your content, results, and lessons on feed hunts.

    Exchange aggregator templates; the search options; the feed-search results; and feedback from your subscriptions; and criteria you use to identify content.

    Download templates for aggregators like you share templates for bloggers. Explore, find, try out and share aggregators preferences: Display options, templates; and feedback on quality feeds.


    XML Dialog

    XML buttons as portals


    Use your XML button as a marker to send and receive text and audio feed to designated IPs. No external browsers of IM platform.

    Auto-save identifying information. Flashing XML butting indicates you have an incoming feed. Click the button to read, respond, and close.

    Options to ignore, manage, delay. Create a visual pattern to identify relationships between content and projects.



    XML Task

    One-step multi-tasking


    Click on feed content. List of your recurring tasks listed. Enter comments. Schedule tasks right on the aggregator-feed-results.

    Create new feeds and content with tasks and new ideas. Send that from aggregator and browser without opening the application.

    Stay in one platform. All your software content connected to aggregators by XML feeds. Auto-connect feeds. Send and receive IMS via browser without downloading a tool.


    XML Novelty

    Identify high quality, undiscovered content


    Google has rankings. But that’s what everyone else does and looks at. What if you want quality that nobody is looking at? Tool identifies those quality feeds and content most ignored.

    Users define parameters of the search; or override platform parameters.

    Tool lets you adjust your search parameters by more than words. You look for both high quality feeds and content with the least popular, lowest links.

    Override option allows you to revert back to platform search mode, or let you incorporate lessons from other feed hunts or from other aggregators.


    XML Tailor

    Custom Feed hunt


    Users read over sample content. Provides ratings on articles. This serves as a baseline for the types of preferences uses has.


    XML Museum

    Image hunter


    Translates key terms. Finds images across multi-platforms. Not just Google, but also Yahoo and other sources.

    Grabs links to get images from different platforms. Bring the images to create new collections for private use. Creates a single feed for this composite search.

    Feeds showcased. Popular feed-results provide back information to update feed-hunt approach.

    Option to display in condensed mode. Or summary newspaper format. Users can integrate these image collections into their text-feed content. Adjust image placement in template with drag and drop.


    XML Random

    Integrating randomized feeds into your aggregator


    Finds feeds in a certain style, but not necessarily a priority. Stores them. At random times, or times you select, feed-results injected into your aggregator.

    Breaks up the monotony. Rating button next to content. Provides feedback to Feed Hunter to improve searches. Option to turn off randomizer.


    XML Stats

    Hunts down statistics images and creates a feed


    Identifies statistics products of interest. Creates XML feed out of the composite image. Brings back the feed. Places the various feeds in a user-defined layout.

    Identifies statistical programs. Identifies, extracts raw data related to user parameters. Brings back summary report, tables, and displays in user-defined templates.

    Can take composite images and estimate original data. Data targeted t create summary tables.


    XML Drop

    Adds functions to the popular XML button


    XML buttons are everywhere. Let’s add something of value to that button.

    Create an XML button with dropdown menus with boxes and options: Send/save; auto-format; find other feeds; enter feed into randomizer; ignore this type; send thank note or follow up; schedule tasks to review content.

    XML Button allows end-user to open folders. One click, and a larger platform springs from the button with tabs, sliding doors, and expanding pop-ups.

    Users can place subscription-selection prefers on the button.

    Buttons can be integrated. Users can share comments stored on buttons with other users. Also button-providers can aggregate comments to get feedback on product.

    Summary data available on how the summary feeds flow over time. Rearrange with drop of mouse.

    Use display mode to look at comments in aggregate. Option to strip out comments and create a new pattern to save to another platform like blogger or word-processing; or throw into a new feed with one click-button.


    XML Memo

    Save comments about a specific feed


    Users can save personal comments, reactions to feed content right in the aggregator next to the content.

    Users create running commentary spot on aggregator. Reactions captured. Your own wiki. Lets comments stay with content from feed. Can also consolidate them. Translates comments into new feed hunts.

    Create response to a product in private mode. Saved on XML button of product. Users can choose to over-ride external review.

    Users who control the site control access to the XML-button comments. Comments can be shared. Developer can aggregate feedback from XML-button comments to identify feedback and trends. All personally identifying information removed.



    XML Direct

    .





    Creative Commons License

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



    Brainstorming for your work center

  • Connect with enabling technology

  • Exchange valuable work products




  • XML Connect

    Connecting Aggregators


    You can connect computers. You exchange links and search results with Bloglines and del.icio.us. Why not connect browsers and aggregators.

    Share more than links. Share your content, results, and lessons on feed hunts.

    Exchange aggregator templates; the search options; the feed-search results; and feedback from your subscriptions; and criteria you use to identify content.

    Download templates for aggregators like you share templates for bloggers. Explore, find, try out and share aggregators preferences: Display options, templates; and feedback on quality feeds.


    XML Dialog

    XML buttons as portals


    Use your XML button as a marker to send and receive text and audio feed to designated IPs. No external browsers of IM platform.

    Auto-save identifying information. Flashing XML butting indicates you have an incoming feed. Click the button to read, respond, and close.

    Options to ignore, manage, delay. Create a visual pattern to identify relationships between content and projects.



    XML Task

    One-step multi-tasking


    Click on feed content. List of your recurring tasks listed. Enter comments. Schedule tasks right on the aggregator-feed-results.

    Create new feeds and content with tasks and new ideas. Send that from aggregator and browser without opening the application.

    Stay in one platform. All your software content connected to aggregators by XML feeds. Auto-connect feeds. Send and receive IMS via browser without downloading a tool.


    XML Novelty

    Identify high quality, undiscovered content


    Google has rankings. But that’s what everyone else does and looks at. What if you want quality that nobody is looking at? Tool identifies those quality feeds and content most ignored.

    Users define parameters of the search; or override platform parameters.

    Tool lets you adjust your search parameters by more than words. You look for both high quality feeds and content with the least popular, lowest links.

    Override option allows you to revert back to platform search mode, or let you incorporate lessons from other feed hunts or from other aggregators.


    XML Tailor

    Custom Feed hunt


    Users read over sample content. Provides ratings on articles. This serves as a baseline for the types of preferences uses has.


    XML Museum

    Image hunter


    Translates key terms. Finds images across multi-platforms. Not just Google, but also Yahoo and other sources.

    Grabs links to get images from different platforms. Bring the images to create new collections for private use. Creates a single feed for this composite search.

    Feeds showcased. Popular feed-results provide back information to update feed-hunt approach.

    Option to display in condensed mode. Or summary newspaper format. Users can integrate these image collections into their text-feed content. Adjust image placement in template with drag and drop.


    XML Random

    Integrating randomized feeds into your aggregator


    Finds feeds in a certain style, but not necessarily a priority. Stores them. At random times, or times you select, feed-results injected into your aggregator.

    Breaks up the monotony. Rating button next to content. Provides feedback to Feed Hunter to improve searches. Option to turn off randomizer.


    XML Stats

    Hunts down statistics images and creates a feed


    Identifies statistics products of interest. Creates XML feed out of the composite image. Brings back the feed. Places the various feeds in a user-defined layout.

    Identifies statistical programs. Identifies, extracts raw data related to user parameters. Brings back summary report, tables, and displays in user-defined templates.

    Can take composite images and estimate original data. Data targeted t create summary tables.


    XML Drop

    Adds functions to the popular XML button


    XML buttons are everywhere. Let’s add something of value to that button.

    Create an XML button with dropdown menus with boxes and options: Send/save; auto-format; find other feeds; enter feed into randomizer; ignore this type; send thank note or follow up; schedule tasks to review content.

    XML Button allows end-user to open folders. One click, and a larger platform springs from the button with tabs, sliding doors, and expanding pop-ups.

    Users can place subscription-selection prefers on the button.

    Buttons can be integrated. Users can share comments stored on buttons with other users. Also button-providers can aggregate comments to get feedback on product.

    Summary data available on how the summary feeds flow over time. Rearrange with drop of mouse.

    Use display mode to look at comments in aggregate. Option to strip out comments and create a new pattern to save to another platform like blogger or word-processing; or throw into a new feed with one click-button.


    XML Memo

    Save comments about a specific feed


    Users can save personal comments, reactions to feed content right in the aggregator next to the content.

    Users create running commentary spot on aggregator. Reactions captured. Your own wiki. Lets comments stay with content from feed. Can also consolidate them. Translates comments into new feed hunts.

    Create response to a product in private mode. Saved on XML button of product. Users can choose to over-ride external review.

    Users who control the site control access to the XML-button comments. Comments can be shared. Developer can aggregate feedback from XML-button comments to identify feedback and trends. All personally identifying information removed.



    XML Direct

    .




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    Creative Commons License

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



    Brainstorming for your work center

  • Connect with enabling technology

  • Exchange valuable work products




  • XML Connect

    Connecting Aggregators


    You can connect computers. You exchange links and search results with Bloglines and del.icio.us. Why not connect browsers and aggregators.

    Share more than links. Share your content, results, and lessons on feed hunts.

    Exchange aggregator templates; the search options; the feed-search results; and feedback from your subscriptions; and criteria you use to identify content.

    Download templates for aggregators like you share templates for bloggers. Explore, find, try out and share aggregators preferences: Display options, templates; and feedback on quality feeds.


    XML Dialog

    XML buttons as portals


    Use your XML button as a marker to send and receive text and audio feed to designated IPs. No external browsers of IM platform.

    Auto-save identifying information. Flashing XML butting indicates you have an incoming feed. Click the button to read, respond, and close.

    Options to ignore, manage, delay. Create a visual pattern to identify relationships between content and projects.



    XML Task

    One-step multi-tasking


    Click on feed content. List of your recurring tasks listed. Enter comments. Schedule tasks right on the aggregator-feed-results.

    Create new feeds and content with tasks and new ideas. Send that from aggregator and browser without opening the application.

    Stay in one platform. All your software content connected to aggregators by XML feeds. Auto-connect feeds. Send and receive IMS via browser without downloading a tool.


    XML Novelty

    Identify high quality, undiscovered content


    Google has rankings. But that’s what everyone else does and looks at. What if you want quality that nobody is looking at? Tool identifies those quality feeds and content most ignored.

    Users define parameters of the search; or override platform parameters.

    Tool lets you adjust your search parameters by more than words. You look for both high quality feeds and content with the least popular, lowest links.

    Override option allows you to revert back to platform search mode, or let you incorporate lessons from other feed hunts or from other aggregators.


    XML Tailor

    Custom Feed hunt


    Users read over sample content. Provides ratings on articles. This serves as a baseline for the types of preferences uses has.


    XML Museum

    Image hunter


    Translates key terms. Finds images across multi-platforms. Not just Google, but also Yahoo and other sources.

    Grabs links to get images from different platforms. Bring the images to create new collections for private use. Creates a single feed for this composite search.

    Feeds showcased. Popular feed-results provide back information to update feed-hunt approach.

    Option to display in condensed mode. Or summary newspaper format. Users can integrate these image collections into their text-feed content. Adjust image placement in template with drag and drop.


    XML Random

    Integrating randomized feeds into your aggregator


    Finds feeds in a certain style, but not necessarily a priority. Stores them. At random times, or times you select, feed-results injected into your aggregator.

    Breaks up the monotony. Rating button next to content. Provides feedback to Feed Hunter to improve searches. Option to turn off randomizer.


    XML Stats

    Hunts down statistics images and creates a feed


    Identifies statistics products of interest. Creates XML feed out of the composite image. Brings back the feed. Places the various feeds in a user-defined layout.

    Identifies statistical programs. Identifies, extracts raw data related to user parameters. Brings back summary report, tables, and displays in user-defined templates.

    Can take composite images and estimate original data. Data targeted t create summary tables.


    XML Drop

    Adds functions to the popular XML button


    XML buttons are everywhere. Let’s add something of value to that button.

    Create an XML button with dropdown menus with boxes and options: Send/save; auto-format; find other feeds; enter feed into randomizer; ignore this type; send thank note or follow up; schedule tasks to review content.

    XML Button allows end-user to open folders. One click, and a larger platform springs from the button with tabs, sliding doors, and expanding pop-ups.

    Users can place subscription-selection prefers on the button.

    Buttons can be integrated. Users can share comments stored on buttons with other users. Also button-providers can aggregate comments to get feedback on product.

    Summary data available on how the summary feeds flow over time. Rearrange with drop of mouse.

    Use display mode to look at comments in aggregate. Option to strip out comments and create a new pattern to save to another platform like blogger or word-processing; or throw into a new feed with one click-button.


    XML Memo

    Save comments about a specific feed


    Users can save personal comments, reactions to feed content right in the aggregator next to the content.

    Users create running commentary spot on aggregator. Reactions captured. Your own wiki. Lets comments stay with content from feed. Can also consolidate them. Translates comments into new feed hunts.

    Create response to a product in private mode. Saved on XML button of product. Users can choose to over-ride external review.

    Users who control the site control access to the XML-button comments. Comments can be shared. Developer can aggregate feedback from XML-button comments to identify feedback and trends. All personally identifying information removed.



    XML Direct

    .





    Creative Commons License

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



    Brainstorming for your work center

  • Connect with enabling technology

  • Exchange valuable work products




  • XML Connect

    Connecting Aggregators


    You can connect computers. You exchange links and search results with Bloglines and del.icio.us. Why not connect browsers and aggregators.

    Share more than links. Share your content, results, and lessons on feed hunts.

    Exchange aggregator templates; the search options; the feed-search results; and feedback from your subscriptions; and criteria you use to identify content.

    Download templates for aggregators like you share templates for bloggers. Explore, find, try out and share aggregators preferences: Display options, templates; and feedback on quality feeds.


    XML Dialog

    XML buttons as portals


    Use your XML button as a marker to send and receive text and audio feed to designated IPs. No external browsers of IM platform.

    Auto-save identifying information. Flashing XML butting indicates you have an incoming feed. Click the button to read, respond, and close.

    Options to ignore, manage, delay. Create a visual pattern to identify relationships between content and projects.



    XML Task

    One-step multi-tasking


    Click on feed content. List of your recurring tasks listed. Enter comments. Schedule tasks right on the aggregator-feed-results.

    Create new feeds and content with tasks and new ideas. Send that from aggregator and browser without opening the application.

    Stay in one platform. All your software content connected to aggregators by XML feeds. Auto-connect feeds. Send and receive IMS via browser without downloading a tool.


    XML Novelty

    Identify high quality, undiscovered content


    Google has rankings. But that’s what everyone else does and looks at. What if you want quality that nobody is looking at? Tool identifies those quality feeds and content most ignored.

    Users define parameters of the search; or override platform parameters.

    Tool lets you adjust your search parameters by more than words. You look for both high quality feeds and content with the least popular, lowest links.

    Override option allows you to revert back to platform search mode, or let you incorporate lessons from other feed hunts or from other aggregators.


    XML Tailor

    Custom Feed hunt


    Users read over sample content. Provides ratings on articles. This serves as a baseline for the types of preferences uses has.


    XML Museum

    Image hunter


    Translates key terms. Finds images across multi-platforms. Not just Google, but also Yahoo and other sources.

    Grabs links to get images from different platforms. Bring the images to create new collections for private use. Creates a single feed for this composite search.

    Feeds showcased. Popular feed-results provide back information to update feed-hunt approach.

    Option to display in condensed mode. Or summary newspaper format. Users can integrate these image collections into their text-feed content. Adjust image placement in template with drag and drop.


    XML Random

    Integrating randomized feeds into your aggregator


    Finds feeds in a certain style, but not necessarily a priority. Stores them. At random times, or times you select, feed-results injected into your aggregator.

    Breaks up the monotony. Rating button next to content. Provides feedback to Feed Hunter to improve searches. Option to turn off randomizer.


    XML Stats

    Hunts down statistics images and creates a feed


    Identifies statistics products of interest. Creates XML feed out of the composite image. Brings back the feed. Places the various feeds in a user-defined layout.

    Identifies statistical programs. Identifies, extracts raw data related to user parameters. Brings back summary report, tables, and displays in user-defined templates.

    Can take composite images and estimate original data. Data targeted t create summary tables.


    XML Drop

    Adds functions to the popular XML button


    XML buttons are everywhere. Let’s add something of value to that button.

    Create an XML button with dropdown menus with boxes and options: Send/save; auto-format; find other feeds; enter feed into randomizer; ignore this type; send thank note or follow up; schedule tasks to review content.

    XML Button allows end-user to open folders. One click, and a larger platform springs from the button with tabs, sliding doors, and expanding pop-ups.

    Users can place subscription-selection prefers on the button.

    Buttons can be integrated. Users can share comments stored on buttons with other users. Also button-providers can aggregate comments to get feedback on product.

    Summary data available on how the summary feeds flow over time. Rearrange with drop of mouse.

    Use display mode to look at comments in aggregate. Option to strip out comments and create a new pattern to save to another platform like blogger or word-processing; or throw into a new feed with one click-button.


    XML Memo

    Save comments about a specific feed


    Users can save personal comments, reactions to feed content right in the aggregator next to the content.

    Users create running commentary spot on aggregator. Reactions captured. Your own wiki. Lets comments stay with content from feed. Can also consolidate them. Translates comments into new feed hunts.

    Create response to a product in private mode. Saved on XML button of product. Users can choose to over-ride external review.

    Users who control the site control access to the XML-button comments. Comments can be shared. Developer can aggregate feedback from XML-button comments to identify feedback and trends. All personally identifying information removed.



    XML Direct

    .




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