MyGlu is taking the SuprGlu idea but applying it to your own website, instead of having to use a space on the SuprGlu site…it will also allow filtering feeds for a search term…not sure if it will aggregate a tag cloud.
By the way check out, probably one of the earliest Newsmastering projects, Edu_RSS….latest listings presents the content of a massive spliced feed.
All the sources (feeds) in this spliced feed have also been categorised into topics, so you can follow the latest within a topic…choose from the many on offer
…actually on second thought I think they are the same massive set of feeds, only they are filtered for a search term, so the topics you see are the search terms.
So, the Latest listing, is like a SuprGlu page, or a BlogDigger Groups page, etc…and the topic listings are like a search term on a BlogDigger Group…each search has a feed and is then made into it’s own page.
By the way there is also a ticker, I think these are coming back in vogue.
Another way around this is to splice all your feeds at Feed Digest or MySyndicaat, put a filter on if you like, and then output RSS to HTML (MySyndicaat doesn’t have this yet) and whack this in a blog…see an example (this example is using the Feed Digest feed for the blog, in this instance it hasn’t been spliced or filtered).
This way you are not limited to SuprGlu, you can present your stuff on a blog, and pretty it up as much as you like…but I must say the SuprGlu tag cloud is awesome.