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Comments4Kids #Comments4Kids
http://comments4kids.blogspot.com/
Comments4Kids is a way for students and teachers to find blogs to comment on and to get their own posts commented on.
#Comments4Kids
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HOW TO: Get the Most Out of Technorati
http://mashable.com/2008/12/12/how-to-get-the-most-out-of-technorati/
HOW TO: Get the Most Out of Technorati
"Technorati with its search engine, tags, feeds and rankings has become the go-to source for all things blog.
The site has undergone several makeovers over the years with the most recent changes drastically simplifying the design with more of a focus on search.
But all the basic functionality still exists in addition to numerous other new tools to scour the web and advance your position in the blogosphere."
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Twingly : blog search engine
http://www.twingly.com/
Twingly is a spam-free blog search engine.
Our goal is to create the first and best spam-free search engine and to be the most innovative web startup in Europe. We use our search engine as the basis for developing fun products. Right now, the two most popular are: Twingly Blogstream connecting traditional media to the Blogosphere and Twingly Screensaver, a visual representation of the state of the blogosphere. And more are on their way.
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BlogFlux : Blog Directory
http://www.blogflux.com
BlogFlux : Blog Directory
Find blogs you will find interesting. Tags, categories, country, language, groups - find blogs however you want.
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FeedBlitz
http://www.feedblitz.com/
FeedBlitz
FeedBlitz is a service that monitors blogs, RSS feeds and Web URLs to provide greater reach for feed publishers. FeedBlitz takes all the headache out of converting feed and blog updates into email digests, delivered daily to subscribers' inboxes. FeedBlitz manages subscriptions, circulation tracking, testing, and is compatible with all major blogging platforms and services such as Blogger, Typepad and FeedBurner. Unlike other blogmail services, FeedBlitz is reliable, scalable and fully supported. No betas, wish lists or road map items here. You're in production, and so is FeedBlitz.
FeedBlitz also enables end users to monitor any feed or blog, anonymously if they wish, regardless of whether the publisher of that feed is using FeedBlitz. FeedBlitz therefore provides a simple way for users to receive updates from their trusted sources using a familiar and ubiquitous medium - email.
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Interview (podcast mp3) with David Sifry
http://www.podleaders.com/david-sifry-podcast/
Interview (podcast mp3) with David Sifry
David Sifry - is the founder and CEO of Technorati - the Google of the blogosphere (or Live Web as it is now being called).
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The State of Online Feed Readers
http://www.techcrunch.com/2006/03/30/the-state-of-online-feed-readers/
The State of Online Feed Readers
Syndication is undoubtedly the heartbeat of the web 2.0 movement. A feed reader, the most common solution to consuming synidcated content, saves the user time by monitoring countless sites and sources and providing near real-time updates to one location.
There are a number of different types of readers: web-based, desktop, Outlook based, etc?This post is focused solely on web-based feed readers. I?e included the big guys plus some up and coming readers with outstanding features and/or performance like News Alloy, Gritwire, Attensa and FeedLounge.
Web-based Feed Readers Comparison Chart
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Ping-O-Matic
http://pingomatic.com/
Ping-O-Matic
If you want to easily let lots of (BLOG) search engines know that your blog has been updated then use this free multiple ping service.
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Google Blog Search
http://blogsearch.google.com/
Google Blog Search
Your results include all blogs, not just those published through Blogger; our blog index is continually updated, so you'll always get the most accurate and up-to-date results; and you can search not just for blogs written in English, but in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Korean, Brazilian Portuguese and other languages as well.
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Clusty : Advanced Blog Search
http://blogs.clusty.com/
Clusty : Advanced Blog Search
Clusty Blogs combines Viv?imo's federated search and clustering capabilities to bring you the best blog search on the web. With one search box you can search and cluster these top blog search engines:
Blogdigger | Blogpulse | Daypop | Feedster | Technorati |
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Blogdex
http://blogdex.net/
Blogdex
Blogdex is a research project of the MIT Media Laboratory tracking the diffusion of information through the weblog community. Ideas can have very similar properties to a disease, spreading through the population like wildfire. The goal of Blogdex is to explore what it is about information, people, and their relationships that allows for this contagious media.
Blogdex uses the links made by webloggers as a proxy to the things they are talking about. Webloggers typically contextualize their writing with hypertext links which act as markers for the subjects they are discussing. These markers are like tags placed on wild animals, allowing Blogdex to track a piece of conversation as it moves from weblog to weblog.
Blogdex crawls all of the weblogs in its database every time they are updated and collects the links that have been made since the last time it was updated. The system then looks across all weblogs and generates a list of fastest spreading ideas. This is the list shown on the front page.
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Technorati
http://www.technorati.com/
Technorati is a real-time search engine that keeps track of what is going on in the blogosphere ?the world of weblogs.
Technorati displays what's important in the blogosphere ?which bloggers are commanding attention, what ideas are rising in prominence, and the speed at which these conversations are taking place. Technorati makes it possible for you to find out what people on the Internet are saying about you, your company, your products, your competitors, your politics, or other areas of interest ?all in real-time. All this activity is monitored and indexed within minutes of posting. Technorati provides a live view of the global conversation of the web.
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Memeorandum
http://memeorandum.com/
Memeorandum
The Web is humming with discussions on politics and current affairs. memeorandum is page A1 for these conversations. Auto-updated every 5 minutes, it uncovers the most relevant items from thousands of news sites and weblogs.
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Findory
http://findory.com/blogs/
Findory
How many times have you visited your favorite news site only to find a bunch of headlines which have nothing to do with your interests? How many times have you looked at the plethora of RSS Feeds and configure-your-own websites and felt overwhelmed by the choices?
That's where we come in. Our personalization technology builds a homepage for each reader, recommending content based on what they've read and what new content is being published. We crawl through thousands of news and blogs articles so you don't have to.
Anybody can promote a single news agency's content, or build an overly-complicated RSS aggregator. That's not the hard part. The hard part is finding interesting and relevant content. We want to help people find the news they need.
Findory Blogs Top Stories
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Topix : Blogs
http://www.topix.net/blogs
Topix
Top Stories in the Blogosphere
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Tailrank
http://tailrank.com/
Tailrank
TailRank finds the best content from thousands of blogs so you don't have to!
TailRank takes into consideration linking behavior, the text off the post, links in common with other users, search relevance, and various other factors for recommendations.
TailRank spiders thousands of weblogs trying to find highly linked and discussed links and citations. We then store these in our index. Once TailRank discovers something important it promotes it to the main website.
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