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Links for March 30th through April 4th

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  1. Michael –

    Are these headlines constructed manually or do you have some kind of aggregation service generating them? I use Delicious ( to capture articles that I think are important, and excerpts from those articles that I think are illuminating. These go via individually out to Twitter. I also get the daily digest of these links and excerpts via e-mail from Delicious, which I copy and paste every once in a while to post on ( and my blog ( I'd love to automate the process of moving the links to the blogs, if that were possible …

    If you have any thoughts, ping me via @dbmoore or on our EI Google group …

    Dennis MooreApril 6, 2011 @ 5:48 pm
    • I use Postalicious ( and Yahoo! Pipes (to splice together items shared in Google Reader and bookmarked in, a WordPress plugin. It's not very easy to figure out – I can't for the life of me figure out how to get it to auto-post, I have to manually go do these.

      I used to use the posting stuff in delicious (it was great!), but there was a year or so awhile back where it was flakey and not really working, so I switched to doing it on my own.

  2. Delicious seems to work for me, except it won't do a weekly digest. If it had options for a daily, weekly, and monthly digest, organized by tag, that would be heavenly! Know anyone there to ask this of?

    – Dennis

    Dennis MooreApril 11, 2011 @ 11:15 am