Found a new RSS feed aggregator tool. lilana is an opensource browser aggregator tool. It does not require a database and is easily uploaded and launched in minutes. This tool will be quite useful in a variety of situations.
To view the new tool, please visit these links providing posts from the:
- Last 24 Hours
- Last 48 Hours
- The Past Week
- All Posts – “Danger, Will Robinson.” This one will likely take a long time to load.
The aggregator comes with (a) Google contextual search suggestions for each post topic, (b) del.icio.us and furl bookmarking tools, (c) dropdown excerpt views, (d) OPML download to put the feeds / links into your own tools – and more.
I have launched it for aggregating all of the posts from the entire PRblogs.org community. You can visit the post outlining the new tool at PRblogs.org :: “Aggregator of All PRBlogs :: New Blogger – Jennifer”.
And, as you see above, we have yet another PRblogs.org user. Jennifer is a senior in PR and Vice President of her university’s PRSSA chapter. She is at a school in another state and I look forward to getting to know Jennifer better along the way. Jenn is quite passionate, as she relates in her blog:
I am a driven person and am very passionate about the work I accomplish and the goals I have set for myself. I hope to make an impact. I know that sounds trite, but I sincerely do.
That’s great. Just the kind of student we’re looking for in the new community. Visit Jennifer’s blog – “That’s News To Me” at PRblogs.org. Special thanks to Jeremy Pepper as I believe he may have suggested she come on over and try out PRblogs.org. Update: Yep, it is the same student Jeremy found and steered to PRblog.org. Thanks Jeremy!
This is exactly the type of person I was hoping to attract to PRblogs.org. If you can think of any other students, educators and professionals that might want to dip their toes into the blogging pool – please point them to PRblogs.org.
UPDATE: And, we now have a Blogdigger aggregation Group for PRblogs.org. It is open to public view. I’ve always liked Blogdigger. A cool tool.