Quite often as a I read stories and blogs about autism, I find something that I want to return to later or that I want to note with a short comment but don’t have the time nor inclination to blog. So I’ve been trying to use Delicious, the social bookmarking site, to help me do that. Because I thought that the people who subscribe to and read this blog might be interested in what I’m bookmarking, I used the Link Splicer feature in FeedBurner to include my bookmarks in my FeedBurner feed for this blog. Which worked fine, except….
I had failed to take into account how this would impact my feed’s presence on the Autism Hub‘s own feed. Apparently, because the Hub feed is set up as an aggregator and not RSS a simple link to the site I bookmarked – instead of a link that showed the bookmark link along with my comments – is what Hub subscribers saw. (I must admit, I never click the links for my own posts in the Hub feed 😉 So, I’ve disabled the Link Splicer feature to alleviate this problem.
If you are interested in my delicious autism feed, there are three ways you can see it:
- I have added my delicious autism feed as a widget on the blog site, so you can see it there.
- You can visit my delicious autism tag page.
- You can subscribe to the my delicious autism RSS feed, and get it in your feed reader of choice.
You may also be interested in the complete set of autism tagged bookmarks, too.