My Del.icio.us Links

If you’re visiting the site and not reading the feed, you might have noticed one or two slight changes to the blog. This is part of a move to an overhaul which I’m approaching with my usual timidity and poor sense of urgency. First off, sorry for the changing photo. I did include one from the other night when I wore the former ruling party’s outfit to Planet Hollywood which didn’t go down well with a regional governor sitting at the bar. I got a few scowls from him, especially when I grabbed a metal detector and started swiping the bags of passers by. Indonesians are way too nice.

Secondly, I’ve added a link roll from my del.icio.us collection. This is an attempt to pass on to those who are interested those links I’ve come across that I thought were worth saving. If you move your mouse over the link a bubble should appear with some comment in there to give you an idea why I thought it was worth saving.

 I’d be interested in your thoughts. The downside of this is that those subscribing to the feed won’t see it unless they subscribe to my del.icio.us feed, which is probably more than you really want to do. Anyway, it’s an experiment. There may be a better way to do this.

Finally, for those of you subscribing to the feed: thanks. And, if you’re not already, take the FeedBurner feed, not the TypePad one. It’s better, I can get a better idea of what’s of interest to you (generally speaking, not you in particular) and it should look nice in your aggregator.

27. February 2006 by jeremy
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Comments (5)

  1. The del.icio.us tag cloud is quite a neat way of incorporating bookmarks into a blog:

    http://del.icio.us/help/tagrolls

    Here’s a nice example:

    http://www.hypergene.net/blog/weblog.php

  2. Pieman, thanks for this and it’s now done. I’ve also been playing around with Tagcloud (www.tagcloud.com) which builds a tagcloud of RSS feeds.

  3. But tagcloud is well ugly… Don’t want to interfere with your design process, but I will… one thing you might consider is shoving the cloud into a post and linking to the post in your sidebar?? Kinda like this:

    http://www.stillbop.com/2005/12/further_reading.html

    Fingerprints is your top tag… There’s a first.

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