17 March 2005

XML Concepts: Exporting many tagged-URI non-OPML into your 3-D aggregator

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Ever wanted to convert many URLs into bookmarks?

It can be a pain. Copy each one. One at a time.

Ideally, there would be a tool that allowed one to copy the URL's all at once, then place them into a single box; and all those individual URLs would get converted into bookmarks.


XML Feed Driller

Capturing many URIs and tags not in OPML


Take that one step into feed-land. Got a list of feeds that aren't in OPML? Should be no problem.

But this time, rather than simply copy the feeds all at once and then drop them into the box, this time each feed would also have the accompanying tags with them.

Where to find the tags? Technorati and del.icio.us. Simply copy the file that isn't in OPML, and have separate box for all the tags.

In one-copy-and-paste, all the URI's [not URLs] from once site could be converted into your aggregator, then the tags could be clustered to find new patterns about those paritular URIs and feeds.

Then, the next step would be to have a method to integrate the above with ping clusters so that one could easily go from:

  • A list of URIs that are not indexed;

  • TO: A 3-D map of the tags and pingclusters;

  • To: A Search that you can interface with the searcher;

  • And: A system that act as a single platform for all tools to directly interact those who are reading your feeds.

  • Then provide a structure to the output.

  • Ever wanted to convert many URLs into bookmarks?

    It can be a pain. Copy each one. One at a time.

    Ideally, there would be a tool that allowed one to copy the URL's all at once, then place them into a single box; and all those individual URLs would get converted into bookmarks.


    XML Feed Driller

    Capturing many URIs and tags not in OPML


    Take that one step into feed-land. Got a list of feeds that aren't in OPML? Should be no problem.

    But this time, rather than simply copy the feeds all at once and then drop them into the box, this time each feed would also have the accompanying tags with them.

    Where to find the tags? Technorati and del.icio.us. Simply copy the file that isn't in OPML, and have separate box for all the tags.

    In one-copy-and-paste, all the URI's [not URLs] from once site could be converted into your aggregator, then the tags could be clustered to find new patterns about those paritular URIs and feeds.

    Then, the next step would be to have a method to integrate the above with ping clusters so that one could easily go from:

  • A list of URIs that are not indexed;

  • TO: A 3-D map of the tags and pingclusters;

  • To: A Search that you can interface with the searcher;

  • And: A system that act as a single platform for all tools to directly interact those who are reading your feeds.

  • Then provide a structure to the output.

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