Today we deployed one very interesting feature. But first, look at the Favorites section of the sidebar. Would you believe if I told you that this list is generated right from the “Favorites” guide in my BlogBridge client? The guide is being published as a Reading List. I’m simply dragging feeds to it, removing, renaming and tagging them as I wish and the BlogBridge Service does all the rest. Science fiction? No, absolutely not.
Here’s the HTML excerpt of this particular page:
<h2>Favorites</h2> <script xsrc="http://www.blogbridge.com/rl/2/Favorites.js?tags=true" mce_src="http://www.blogbridge.com/rl/2/Favorites.js?tags=true"></script> <p style="margin: 15px 0 0 20px;"> <a xhref="http://www.blogbridge.com/rl/2/Favorites.opml" mce_href="http://www.blogbridge.com/rl/2/Favorites.opml"> <img border="0" xsrc="http://blog.noizeramp.com/images/readinglist.gif" mce_src="http://blog.noizeramp.com/images/readinglist.gif"> </a> </p>
A little geeky? There’s another, more official post rich on technicalities available on the BlogBridge home site.
That’s one small step for BlogBridge… one giant leap for blogkind. ;)
Have a good time!