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Friends’ Blogs

24th June 2003

My friend Tristan has got his blosxom powered blog up and running again. He’s also set up an experimental public aggregator of feeds from a small group of friends from Uni, using blosxom’s companion aggregator blagg. I think public aggregators are going to become a popular end point for RSS in the near future: they’re a great way of creating an instant community from existing weblogs. The Python Programmer Weblogs page is a great example of this in action.

Oh, and Richard finally got himself a RISC PC. I think he likes it.

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