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Best of Feeds – 26 links – video, blogging, web2.0, google, css

Posted in Best of Feeds, Technology by engtech on August 12, 2007

RSS feeds are like cookies (that are good enough for me). Best of Feeds is a weekly collection of the best stuff I saw on the Internet this week. They’re saved on delicious and stumbleupon and cross-posted to Twitter and Tumblr as they happen and then collected together on Saturdays. I don’t blog on the weekend so read these links instead.

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Legend

  • saves – number of people who bookmarked on http://del.icio.us
  • inbound links – number of blogs who linked to it (max 100)
  • diggs – number of people who dugg on http://digg.com

This Week at Internet Duct Tape

 

This Week at IDT Labs

  • [RSS] Facebook Status Feed Filter

    I’ve created a new Yahoo Pipe that that will take the RSS feed URL for your Facebook status, filter out your name, and add (from Facebook status) to the end. This makes it easy to repost your status in Twitter, Pownce, Tumblr, whatever. — Please link to this URL instead — IDT Labs is a blog…

  • [WORDPRESS] Search the WordPress.com Blog

    I’ve created a small script for Firefox that adds a search form to the WordPress.com Official blog . IDT Labs is a blog for news announcements about software, tools or blog themes created by InternetDuctTape.com . Subscribe to InternetDuctTape by RSS or subscribe by email .

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  1. redescape said, on August 12, 2007 at 9:53 pm

    thank you sooooo much for these helpful links….im lovin them
    my blog:
    http://redescape.wordpress.com/
    Red Escape | FOR YOUR DESIGN | Design Studio

  2. Ian Stewart said, on August 12, 2007 at 10:04 pm

    Sandbox and Blueprint are happy to invite you to their wedding.
    presiding over the ceremony will be the right Rev. Engtech

    … well, I can dream, can’t I?

  3. engtech said, on August 13, 2007 at 9:30 pm

    @Ian Stewart:

    I’ve been thinking about how to do Sandbox + Blueprint… couldn’t come up with anything good. Maybe a plugin to make it easier to map the Blueprint selectors to Sandbox?

    The problem with blueprint is that it’s going in the wrong direction and essentially breaks CSS… they want you to change your content to match the CSS. Love what they’re doing, but that’s just wrong.

  4. Shankar Ganesh said, on August 14, 2007 at 8:53 am

    Hey engtech
    Thanks for linking to my article on ‘Ultimate time saving tips for bloggers’. I’m glad you liked it.


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