Google Reader, RSS Feeds and WordPress

January 5, 2007 at 6:14 pm Leave a comment

Google Reader has turned into an essential office tool for Datacom. I’d now say it’s our primary collection source of information from the internet, so much so that visiting a website from a bookmark seems old hat.

Being a web2.0 application Reader has sharing built into the product and you can see the results of the sharing efforts on this blog. Along the sidebar I’ve inserted three RSS feeds relevant to this blog. These feeds are taken directly from my Reader account and shared via RSS in WordPress.

At the moment only the heading is displayed, ideally I’d like to get a preview in the pane or the author of the item.

I have over 80 subcriptions managed by Reader but the tagging feature allows me to share only relevant posts in this blog. Afterall I’m not sure how many people would be interested in keeping up with the Patriots Injury report through Mike Reiss’ excellent Boston Globe blog…….

Good luck to the Patriots this weekend by the way…..keep those superbowl hopes alive!

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Entry filed under: Enterprise2.0.

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