OPML and BBC Radio 4

I was listening to ShopTalk, a BBC Radio 4 Broadcast the other day and the topic of conversation was about Web logs and the Blogosphere. There was an interesting comment by one of the guest speakers [a woman whose name I can't remember]. The comment roughly went like this: Bloggers in the US and the rest of Europe tend to link to other sites and other bloggers a lot more than UK bloggers. [Currently there is no permalink for the current issue]

So being a UK Blogger, I promise that I will upload an OPML File so that you can know who I read. :)

I think I am starting to get the point of OPML. Well, the basics of using it in an RSS Feed and Online Journal. I will just be using OPML to show a list of feeds and how I have catagorised them.

I am also tempted to provide a part of the site where I explicitly just link to other interesting articles that I read in the feeds that I subscribe to, along with a small comment.

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