Just to re-iterate from two earlier posts.
reBlog for clips
Doing different things with blogs
Apparently by using reBlog you can post an entry (via bookmarklet) from your RSS aggregator into your blog. This duplicates the content and at the end of the post lists the source. They mention this is a great feature for people that don’t write their own posts but like to clip or curate content.
Bloglines clip blog has this to an extent, but when you clip it just clips the Blog post title only (it doesn’t re-publish the content).
Another way of having a clip blog or link blog is for people to subscribe to the RSS or RSS of a tag, or a search RSS (Furl only) of your Furl or del.icio.us account. This way they can receive your clips with an annotated abstract or comment if you like.
What if the users want to read the actual site instead of subscribing to the RSS?
Well they can do this but the bookmark managers don’t have date marked entries like blogs, so the presentation isn’t as suitable.
Although, you can use RSS Digest to convert your RSS feed from del.icio.us or Furl into HTML so the information in a particular feed can be presented in a blog with date marked entries.
The only thing is you can’t have categories in your blog, you need a separate blog for each RSS feed.
The only tool I’ve seen so far that blurs this line is the social bookmark manager, del.irio.us. It is similar to del.icio.us, but in your main page you can choose to expand the list to see the annotation or clipping/abstact
Most different of all is that all your entries run by datemarked order, which is the common blog format.
So it is a bookmark manager that streams or presents content like a blog (date-marked)
Check out how community engine formulates a clip blog.
(Ist comment on this blog post)
Here is Bud’s weblog (click WebCite’s tab)
Post to del.icio.us from bloglines
Blogmarks also does this.
Automatically present content from multiple RSS feeds into a blog.
But still you can’t have categories for each of these feeds, well you can list the feeds and they can act as your categories, but if you click on it you have to view the content at the original site, I want to be able to view the category content within the blog.
I guess this is similar to one of the features of Blogdigger groups.
Here is an example
Behind the scenes at Superblog is PlanetPlanet.