After launching a bunch of blogs, I consider ways to aggregate the information for those who like to get the whole picture. Feedburner offers the nice feature to register feeds and get some scripts back to republish the content on web pages of your choice. This is what I did on mprove: blogs.
Furthermore, yahoo pipes is a visual programming system to merge, and sort, and filter feeds and information from other sources into new feeds. My first pipe takes my blogger feeds, my flickr stream, my del.icio.us updates and my Xing messages and assembles the content into mprove pipes. (BTW- does anyone know how to edit the pipe content on the fly? I like to change the title for the del.ici.us entries and maybe add the tags to the content.)
Now it is your choice to read, subscribe and republish the information you like.
5 new blogs will accompany mprove.de and provide more focus in each area.
- Interface Culture - about computers as new media
- User Experience Management - about product management and innovation processes
- User Experience & HCI Design - about delightful software and web applications
- OpenOffice.org User Experience - about improving the open source office suite > this came to an end because Oracle removed its commitment to OOo. It seems that the branched LibreOffice has much more backing by the open source community.
- metascript - everything else is miscellaneous > This turned into a mini blog at mprove.tumblr.com/
- virtual UX - my blog at Oracle on Desktop Virtualization, Enterprise 2.0, and User Experience
It is my hope that people will not take what is said in the film as the truth, but find out for themselves, for truth is not told, it is realized.