Tuesday, December 13, 2005


HatTip to TechCrunch for this cool news. Sort makes Feedburner the GoingOn of RSS. Actually, it's probably the opposite since we're not launched yet... GoingOn is the Feedburner of blog platforms.

FeedBurner is launching FeedFlare tonight - a group of web services that can be integrated by the publisher into her/his feed. FeedFlare is located under the "Optimize" tab within the FeedBurner dashboard.

FeedBurner is also releasing a full set of open APIs to allow third party developers to build and integrate customized services.

'Give your subscribers easy ways to email, tag, share, and act on the content you publish by including as many or few of the services listed below. FeedFlare places a simple footer at the bottom of each content item in your feed, helping you to distribute, inform and create a community around your content.'

If a publisher chooses to include one or more services, they appear at the bottom of the feed. Currently offered services include:

* Email this - Send a link to your item to someone via email.
* Email author - Allow subscribers to email you directly.
* Technorati Cosmos - Display the number of links to your item from blogs, as measured by Technorati.
* Del.icio.us tags - Lists del.icio.us tags for an item.
* Save to del.icio.us - Allows subscribers to bookmark the item with del.icio.us.
* Count comments - Lists the number of comments posted to an item (for WordPress blogs only).
* Creative Commons - Displays the Creative Commons license that you may have applied to your feed or post.
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