18 May 2005

Clustering individual webpages or data streams

Clusty and Grock can create maps and patterns of content.

But what if the user could then apply this grouping-feature, but look at a specific page?

Then, what if the user could then take those Grock-Clusty-created-groups and then move the content around.

It would make the content on a given page more malleable. The reader could tailor it to their own needs, strip things out, or make new patterns.

Then, the user could make a feed of that newly-created pattern and save it for later, or move it around based on new content and inputs from other websites, other feeds, or tools that allow the reader to combine these patterns into different clusters.
Clusty and Grock can create maps and patterns of content.

But what if the user could then apply this grouping-feature, but look at a specific page?

Then, what if the user could then take those Grock-Clusty-created-groups and then move the content around.

It would make the content on a given page more malleable. The reader could tailor it to their own needs, strip things out, or make new patterns.

Then, the user could make a feed of that newly-created pattern and save it for later, or move it around based on new content and inputs from other websites, other feeds, or tools that allow the reader to combine these patterns into different clusters.
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