mefeedia is an RSS reader for video blogging plus it provides a space to clip and save your favourite items…these items can be tagged and shared in the folksonomy, at this point this tool seems similar to Rojo.
Find vlogs in the directory and easy subscribe to view in your account…lacks organising feeds into folders.
From the homepage clicking on “watch movies” takes you to your account, this shows the “new videos” within your subscriptions, also click on feeds for a list of your subscribed feeds, clicking on a feed will show all entries…you can also click the link to the directory for more subscriptions…also a link to see “video from all feeds”.
Only think lacking is it shows new videos in your account at the top level, you can’t view new videos by folder (as there are none), as mentioned you can view all videos by feed, but not just the new ones.
Clicking on a title of a post will launch the video…underneath is some text describing the item..your choices are to tag this, blog this (code to cut n’ paste thumbnail icon), leave a comment (on the native site), and quote this (show your chosen excerpt of the video)
…you can’t view a public version of peoples accounts like in Bloglines.
Can’t seem to find a page that shows the latest entries (usually on the homepage).
From the home page click “tags” to see your bookmarks or if you are not logged in it will goto the tag cloud of all users.
Every tag has RSS feed notification, also shows related tags, and people who use that tag.
Provides a feed for the latest tags (not latest entries it seems), and a search tag box.
Each bookmark (or movie) shows all tags, but no users…when you click on a tag it goes to the general tag page. Clicking on the feed link takes you to a profile page from the vlog feed directory, or you can click the link to the native vlog.
So each bookmark lacks a link of users who have bookmarked the item, instead you have to select a user from the sidebar (but this only launches you to users who have used this tag, and not users who have bookmarked an item - so it doesn’t go to the micro-level)….also it lacks an RSS feed for a user account, and lacks feeds for tags at the user level.
Also has some code to put in your blog that displays a gallery of thumbnail icons of all you vlog posts, when you make a new vlog it is instantly added to the gallery…so it acts as an archive of your vlog.
On of their blog entries mentions a latest videos feed.