I added the following text to my WordPress header file this evening, so these links now show up at the top of my blog each time it’s displayed in a browser. (This does not show up if you’re subscribed to my blog’s feed, however.)
I have all these blogs listed on my ClaimID page, and also have most of them listed in my blog’s left sidebar links for “Contributions and Connections,” but figured it might be helpful to highlight these “other spaces” where I’m periodically (and generally less frequently) sharing ideas as blog posts.
All the education-related blogs to which I subscribe continue to be listed (as a Google Reader share) on my Resources – Education Blogs page. I share most blog posts I read via Google Reader, which show up in the right sidebar of my blog as well as directly in my Google Reader Shared Items.
Just for fun, I used Yahoo Pipes and created an aggregated feed for these seven blog sources, sorted by date. This Yahoo Pipe gets the site feed for each blog, truncates the feed to include just the most recent 5 posts, combines all 7 feeds, and then sorts them by publication date so they are shown in descending order (most recent first.)
Yahoo Pipes is so cool!
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