Been thinking about the different ways blogs are used structually, combining features with other services.
Trackback is being used to not only notify other blogs that you are talking about them, but to also contribute or duplicate your content on another channel, this is done at topicexchange (I think k-collector does this in a more sophisticated way).
Lazy web (ask a question, oracle type blog) uses trackback as a way of people contributing to the content of the blog. You ask a question by writing a post in your own blog and trackback the lazy web blog..in turn it duplicates your content (your question) on its blog.
…I’d like to start a new automated blog where the content is automatically fed via my del.icio.us account using RSS Digest, an example is CCTE distributed research .The only problem for me is that I’d like to display the content from 5 of my delicious tags, but I don’t want to combine them in Blogdigger and churn out a synthetic feed, I want the content of each individual feed to appear separatly in the blog, an example of this presentation is Newsbreaking blog…so I am wondering how to go about developing this blog that is on auto pilot as long as I post content into those particular delicious tags…
…if anyone has suggestions let me know
Another thought I had was to use my Bloglines clip blog, enloop has a great way to use the clip blog to make categories via del.icio.us. Here is an excerpt:
"I created an account on del.icio.us, added the entries from this sites, and applied appropiate tags. Then I created the folder "tags for blog/enloop" to my blogroll and sorted the folder to the bottom of the list. The folder contains RSS subscriptions of the tags used on this site. Now for every new posted entry just apply the appropiate tag to every posted entry and post it to del.icio.us."
I guess you can also set up a new Bloglines account and make it public, and this would do the same thing, although it would lack an RSS feed and also lack the presentation.
My ultimate goal would be to have a site such as LIS feeds or Newstation, where the categories are del.icio.us tags and when you click on one the content appears, if you click on another topic then that content appears in replace.
…on the topic of Bloglines clip blog another use for it has been as web feed storage space, via Seb’s open research.