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Randy Charles Morin blogs about Really Simple Syndication, RDF, FOAF, The Semantic Web and Social Software.
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Tue, 17 May 2005 15:47:01 GMT

This morning, I took some time to play around with FeedTagger. FeedTagger is a lot like del.icio.us except that instead of tagging URLs, you tag feeds. I had previously tried FeedTagger and found it had too many javascript exceptions and popup windows (not ads). As I return today, I find there are no more javascript exceptions and less popup windows. Hurray! I imported a bunch of feeds via OPML. Nice! The next step was tagging all these feeds. I might tag a few, but this seems like a lot of work for little benefit, but others might like this feature (those who read less than 500 feeds). One big problem, I found with the site, is that it implements AJAX even where AJAX is unnecessary. This makes the site entirely unlinkable, which is kinda weird for a Web RSS aggregator. Overall, this is very impressive for a Beta. Move over Bloglines.


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