…so now you can display the latest contents from stuff you read for all to see on the sidebar of your blog (or wherever).
I suppose it’s another way of sharing the contents from your information sources (if you dare), well at least the stuff you get from your RSS reader.
Great web 2.0 stuff implementation, interacting your RSS reader with your blog.
You can do this a number of ways:
Recent stories from your Rojo account
I wonder if you can limit this to a tag (In Rojo instead of folders, you can organise content by tags, this means the same feed can live in more than one place)
Recent stories you have flagged
Recent stories you have shared
What about the other way around, stories you and your contacts are sharing, ie. recent stories from your collective Rojo contacts…and even filtered by tag
Recent stories by tag (personal clippings folder) or by tag from the Rojo community (similar to a social bookmark manager)
…you can even customise the look and number of results
…I wonder if you can make certain feed tags, or story tags, or even a single feed or a single story, private, so it is not re-syndicated.
Now I posted something kind of similar a while back…I wanted an RSS of my Bloglines account so I could re-syndicate (using one of the many tools) the latest from my Bloglines account into the sidebar of my blog.
A post I made the other day takes this idea further and pushes it to a summary of your latest RSS reader content organised into computer generated tags (hot keywords)
Other ways of sharing sources and stories:
Share your OPML
(just to view, not to re-syndicate)
I still think it would be great if you could get an RSS feed instead/as well as the code for all these new services from Rojo…this way you could, for example, get the feed for recent stories from your Rojo account whack it into a 3rd party re-mixer to filter some search terms, taking it that one step further in customisation…then generate the code via another 3rd party service.