If you really want to do this, just point your feed aggregator to the OPML file I’m using for Grazr and get importing. If your aggregator – like Bloglines – expects a local OPML file, you’ll need to right-click that link and use Save Link As… to save a local copy first.
There are 224 feeds to date, and this file includes ’em all, including some that aren’t yet showing much sign of life. Don’t say you weren’t warned.
Link to OPML file: https://www.edubuzz.org/xml/all_post_feeds_20070107_2.xml
Image by tajai.
With Grazr we can let users surf the Exc-el blog feeds. I’ve made a mock-up, based on every blog in the Exc-el WPMU site. You can try it here.
Grazr usually appears as a little feedreader-like widget that can be embedded in a blog sidebar, and
- can be expanded to full-window size, as in the photo
- offers 3 views: a 3-panel display, as shown, a list or a slider
- via a full range of code snippets, embedded into WordPress sidebars, posts – or other blogs
Visit the Grazr URL to get code snippets to use it yourself. You can post a badge like this, for example:
I’ve used this capability to create a Flake in PageFlakes. You can see the Flake in the explore all eduBuzz blogs page which Ewan and I have been trying out. (Click Edit on that Flake, and you can get the HTML snippet behind the Flake for use on your own blog or web page if you want)
update: PageFlakes page not working -sorry – not sure why