Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Digestion Problems - Help Required

No doubt that the more experienced bloggers among you (which lets face it is pretty much everyone) watch the continuing education of Paige with a wry smile. She how she has discovered how to post a picture. Look at her first tentative steps at customising the template that she uses! And see how she tentatively edits HTML code to insert a link to blogs like she is taking her life into her own hands! Every one of these steps are major hurdles for the technophobic yours truly. I'd imagine that from where you are sitting these are merely baby steps.

I marvel at the simplicity of how I can post my thoughts. (And I admit, at times it does seem like more time has gone into the presentation, the blog template than I put into the content.) But at the same time, I am filled with wonder and awe at the stuff you guys can all the great stuff you do with your blogs.

There are so many really excellent blogs out there. I try to check out as many as I can every day. So much so, that there never seems to be sufficient time for me to compose my contribution. Is there a really neat way of "aggregating" up a personal selection of entries from different blogs? A sort of personally constructed digest? Which at the same time would allow me to add a comment to the entries?

3 Comments:

Blogger JL Pagano said...

www.blogrolling.com is your best bet if you ask me.

By playing around with the Preferences, you can set up a list of your favourite blogs that you can access directly from your own site, and it will even rank them in such a way that the ones with the most recent posts are put at the top for your convenience, so you don't have to visit all of them at once.

9:37 a.m., November 22, 2005  
Blogger Fi said...

I was going to suggest the same thing! It's easy to use as well!

12:48 p.m., November 23, 2005  
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