Micropersuation has a post, Ten Blogs I Would Take to a Desert Island, and this put more emphasis on my thoughts for being able to swap OPML packets.
Is there a way for me to send someone just a selection from my OPML?
Further more, a way to share my top 10 blogs so someone can incorporate them into their RSS reader with one click.
I’m aware of the service Share Your OPML, but I’m not sure if you can manipulate your OPML.
I can sort of do this on Bloglines (Tell a Friend feature) but this doesn’t generate a URL from a selection of my OPML (a refined version of my OPML) in order to share around…it happens automatically. So the only OPML Bloglines has is the Export feature, which is the OPML of my whole account.
The only way I could make a OPML packet from my main OPML is to manually edit the OPML file myself, as explained by Technogeekery.
Has anyone used this tool?
It seems to do a whole lot of stuff…I wonder if there is a tool to just simply create OPML packets, similar to the many simple (one function) tools that splice feeds.
Also see RSS for your OPML?
TOP 25 BLOGS (random order)
Get a PDF of recent posts from my top 10 blogs
Knowledge Jolt with Jack
Only about a ¼ seem to be blogs by librarians…my interests seemed to have changed over the last year (I do read about 25 or so library blogs, but they are no longer my essentials).
This list of my top 25 blogs reflects my current reading, it’s bound to change over the next year as my interests change, and evolve.
At the moment I can’t foresee anyone knocking any of the heavy weights off the top ten (only way this will happen is if I change my interests away from the social web – blogs, rss, social bookmarking, wiki’s, etc… can’t see that happening anytime soon).
Although some blogs that were my “die hard” essentials have dropped off my top ten, these being, Mathemagenic, and The Community Engine Blog…reason being is their content is starting to move into new areas that I’m not ready for yet, or that don’t interest me as much (I suppose they can’t keep blogging about the same topics for ever).
Then there is a really new blog like Tech Crunch that instantly makes it into my top ten.
Who knows what’s round the corner!
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