Linklogs talk, mind map and Wikipedia article stub is a great collection of the different ways of making linklogs….my addition is that these can even be aggregated and shared in a folksonomy environment.
See more on the idea of a Blog-based folksonomy.
Linkblog folksonomies are like Wink where you can share a list of links, compared to just sharing single links, like at del.icio.us…a list of links is an item, give the item a title (eg. a topic name), clicking on this title will launch to a permalink in your user space (yourself and others can tag this item as you/they wish).
Inspired by Pascal, maybe del.icio.us (apart from being in a folksonomy environment) is a “linklog”, whereas if each item had a permalink it would be a “linkblog” (notice the inclusion of the letter “b”).
So each of your permalinks or topic lists can have an RSS feed, as you probably will be adding new links to your list (kind of like having an RSS feed for a wiki page or blog post), as well as an RSS for each tag as per usual.
Sometimes I wish each of my blog posts had RSS feeds, as some posts contain a comprehensive list of links, and I can’t help going back and adding more links, only no-one will know I have re-published my post as it lacks an RSS feed at the post level…I’m going to look into this.
What about incorporating the presentation of Freemind within social linkblog folksonomies, that is, if your posts could be written in a HTML + Java Freemind format (collapase/expand categories), instead of just a basic list of links.
What about your list of links being done with an OPML editor, so each item (list of links) in your user account has an OPML file, as well as the RSS feed.