We’ve got superfast (compared to wireless) DSL and Your Web AddiCT is catching up on unread South African RSS feeds.
Spotting the muti.co.za buttons and add to muti.co.za feedflare in some of the local sites.
Mike Stopforth has been tagged by Dave Gale and is tagging some other local bloggers (more feeds for thought)
Dave Gale is playing tag, and apparently IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m one of 5 Ã¢â‚¬ËœitsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢. I have to divulge 5 dirty little secrets and then Ã¢â‚¬ËœtagÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ 5 other bloggers to do the same. Heck, why not.
Here goes – 5 things you probably donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t know about me:
chilibean had started a project on del.iciou.us to tag every South African Blog he can find with sablogs.
I started bookmarking all the South African blogs that I could find on del.icio.us with a view to creating a comprehensive directory of local blogs a week ago or so. The idea came from my perception that the local blogging scene is really small and underdeveloped. As I started adding blogs to the list, I quickly realised how big and varied the South African blogopshere really is.
Mashup according to Wikipedia, The free encyclopedia
In this case it is RSS. Let’s combine the Mike Stopforth Blog Tag post with the chilibean SAblog Tag Project. The South African Blog Tag project
MashPapup, not mashup.
Let’s tag 5 South African blogs on delicious with the tag ‘sablogs’ and ping/trackback 5 other sablogs you’ve that you have discovered recently.
Here is your Web AddiCT(s); 5 blogs tagged sablogs on delicious
There you go, the sablogs Tag Project. A South African pap
mashup. You do not need to be tagged or even have a blog to participate in the sablogs Tag project. Heck you do not even have to use del.ico.us or have a blog. All you need to do is tag every taggable thing you see online that is African with Africa. An sablog with sablogs.
What is a mashup without an API? all you need to do to use or participate in the sablogs Tag project or create your own blogs Tag project is replace with your desired location and start tagging.