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Links tagged with “aggregation”

  1. Weeknotes: Dogsheep

    Having spent a lot of time writing my own tools to save copies of my data from third-party services, I like what Simon Willison’s doing here.

  2. Dancarroll / django-activitysync / source – Bitbucket

    Django app for aggregating activity from different services, currently Twitter, Google Reader and Reddit.

  3. Mediagazer

    Don’t know if it’s good, but the method sounds interesting: “…the day’s must-read media news on a single page. … We’ve combined sophisticated automated aggregation technologies with direct editorial input from knowledgeable human editors…”

  4. The Twitter Times: philgyford

    Similar to, things friends have linked to on Twitter. But… again, it assumes I’m more interested in the articles than what my friends say about them, the context. At least article text is inline, so quick to read.

  5. The Twitter Phil Gyford Daily ( is very interesting but… suffers from every problem I wrote about re finishability, readability, friction… I don’t want to read any of it. It also obscures the context (the tweets).

  6. Jacobian’s jellyroll at master - GitHub

    “You keep personal data in all sorts of places on the internets. Jellyroll brings them together onto your own site.” Sounds good, but haven’t tried it. (via Blech)

  7. chaff. Aggregation and the Edge.

    “Is there a space for a piece of user-installable software, like Movable Type or Wordpress, that aggregates their data from sites across the web, and then presents it as a site?” Yes. Maybe even a WordPress plugin…?

  8. Adactio: Journal—Magnoliloss

    On backing up his Magnolia links and wondering how to back up the rest of his distributed online life. (via Blech)

  9. Philayres’ timeline on Swurl

    An example of a Swurl timeline, aggregating a person’s feeds etc. Interesting, although apart from photos it still all looks too similar.

  10. Alex is blogging, too: Tumblr Friendfeed Theme Release

    A theme for Tumblr that incorporates your Friendfeed stuff into a sidebar.

  11. Sweetcron - The Automated Lifestream Blog Software

    Self-hosted aggregation of things you do elsewhere on the web. Not convinced about the design of the example. You have to sign up to find out more. Oh well.

  12. ReBlog by Eyebeam R&D

    A way of aggregating RSS feeds and publishing them through weblog software. All a bit vague.

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