blogHUD OPML now available!

You can now find an OPML file containing all the urls to blogHUD user homepages, places visited by blogHUD users and all the RSS feeds associated with each of those.

An OPML file is a simple data format which many news feed readers can import as a directory or folder to keep subscriptions and feeds organised. It is commonly used to import and export lists of RSS feeds.

Here is the url to the OPML :

You will see in the data that there are two folders. blogHUD people and blogHUD places. These contain entries for each with an htmlUrl attribute and an xmlUrl attribute. These are the urls to the website link and the RSS feed link respectively.

I know some people are probably reading this thinking ‘wha….???’ – but I know that some people will read this and go ‘YAY!’ 😉

See ya later aggregator! Koz
posted by Koz Farina on Hwaegi using a blogHUD : [blogHUD permalink]

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Who is this ‘kosso’ anyway?

I am a 'Createc'. A creative technologist, entrepreneur/ hacker/ geek. Worked on building things on the web for over 12 years.

Used to work at BBC News interactive and created the publishing and delivery systems for video news to get distributed on huge screens in major railway stations around the country.

I left the BBC to become CTO / sole-lead architect/developer at for three years.

I have now left them to build a start up a new system called 'Phreadz', which is a 'Social Multimedia Conversation Network', integrating everything that is 'V.I.T.A.L' to us on the web. Video, Images, Text, Audio and Links.

I built the whole thing my myself. I programmed every line of code and positioned every pixel. I'm looking forward to attracting an hiring new members of the team to help me out! :)

There are currently over 1000 happy and helpful beta testers on the system so far and one client of a white-labelled solution.

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