February 6, 2007

Down With Other People's Posts

New Feature!

Have you ever visited my blog and noticed that there wasn’t new content on it?

Have you ever wondered “What is James reading on other blogs?”

Well, your problems are solved! I’ve added a new feature to the sidebar, courtesy of Google Reader. Scroll down just below the blogroll to the ugly box labeled “Other People’s Posts.” Herein is listed a few posts that I’ve read on other people’s blogs. You can click the post title or the blog title to go directly to the individual post or to that person’s blog. Or click “read more…” to see all those posts (and more, in the future) on one page in Google Reader.

As opposed to a stale blogroll, this feature allows me to highlight specific blog posts I especially enjoyed (and think you might enjoy). That means more active blogs will tend to get more mention, which makes sense.

So, if you’re bored, check out other people’s posts.

Posted by James at February 6, 2007 8:06 AM
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Have you ever visited my blog and noticed that there wasn’t new content on it?

No, that's what Atom/RSS are for. The posts come to me :-)

Posted by: at February 6, 2007 9:37 AM

Up with people!

Posted by: mjfrombuffalo at February 6, 2007 10:12 AM

Of course, I make heavy use of RSS feeds, but if you don't visit, you miss out on the Flickr pictures on the left. Oh, wait, they have a feed, too.

Flickr Feed

And so does my "Other People's Posts"

Posted by: James at February 6, 2007 10:28 AM

Of course, the title of this post is an abbreviation of "I'm down with other people's posts." I'll let you work out the not-very-clever reference yourselves.

Posted by: James at February 6, 2007 11:38 AM

Thanks for sharing. (WOW, that sounded really sincere). I spend time away and forgot what a great researcher Lefty is, and how delightfully insightful Maggie always is. Yes, James, you are down with the discount, indeed.

Posted by: ThirdMate at February 6, 2007 12:14 PM

Gosh, thanks, ThirdMate. It's really nice to see you here! (It was my "MouseScuz" post, wasn't it. ;-)

Posted by: Maggie at February 6, 2007 12:24 PM

Actually it's the "Woman with Powertools" thing. Keepin it real, 3M.

Posted by: ThirdMate at February 6, 2007 12:39 PM

Neat feature and one I may add to my own blog!

Not only do I appreciate ThirdMate's compliment, I also enjoyed my visit to the Tea Room!

Posted by: Lefty at February 6, 2007 7:34 PM

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