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RSS and Atom in Action: Web 2.0 Building Blocks by Dave Johnson

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Chapter 21. The best of the rest

Once you start brainstorming, you can come up with all sorts of ideas for blogs, wikis, newsfeed syndication, and publishing protocols.

So far in part II, we’ve presented you with 10 blog apps, each wrapped in a tidy little chapter with diagrams, source code, and usage instructions. There are, of course, many more ways to apply blog technologies, but we’re limited by time, space, and even imagination. So, in this last chapter of RSS and Atom in Action, we’re going to present some great ideas that wouldn’t fit into the book, and we’re going to brainstorm—with some help from the blogosphere—for as many new ideas about applying blog technologies as we can. You can pick up where we leave off by using the knowledge ...

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