Wizag auto-tag and discovery - just like Sphere get related posts for your blog posts, where Wizag differs is that it also includes a section for related posts from your own blog, organised by auto-tag.
What it does is scan your blog post and auto-tag your post (kind of like Technorati Tags, only you don’t have to do anything), when you click on one of these tags from the footer of your post you will see other posts from your blog that have this same auto-tag, in essence ZoomCloud is an auto-tag cloud for my blog, only Wizag takes it to the blog post level. And like Sphere if you click the “Discover” link on the footer it will list related posts from the blogosphere.
NOTE: Wizag is an RSS Reader with clustering features, see my past posts (formerly called Diggol)
RadarFarms - re-mixing feeds to create topic radars, check out their site for some examples…I’d like to see this type of workbench as a module to Google Reader, as when you use one of these services like Feed Digest, MySyndicaat, FeedRinse, ZapTxt, etc…you are always importing in feeds, whereas if you bring re-mixing to the RSS Reader, you already have the feed set.
Here’s how they explain feed re-mixing, holistically known as newsmastering:
“The Newsmastering can be defined as the ability to locate, aggregate, filter, process and publish Web-based information based on a specific subject. Those subject-specific RSS-based information channels have various names but the stickiest is “News Radars”.
People who are capable of mastering and maintaining the News Radars are Newsmasters.”
xFruits RSS to blog - at first I thought this was an edge feed (publi.sh, mynotify, shortText, etc), instead it’s a service where you can send posts to your blog feed, kind of like the way you send del.icio.us links to your blog feed.
This simply answers my post from a while back on asking Feedburner to include an edge feed as an option so you can post content to your blog feed without it appearing on your blog HTML version.
This could be used as announcements to your blog that only appears in the RSS version, let’s face it most people read blog feeds not blog sites, so if you want to shoutout something without committing it to your blog home page this is the way.
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