OPML. Nope I still don't get it

In an earlier post I talked about promising to include an OPML list of the blogs I read in the page. Seriously, is this all that it does? I just don't get what OPML is supposed to help me do or to how it helps anyone who reads my blog.

Here is a list of all the people ("Web Celebs") who like OPML and must know what to use it for; If anyone of them could tell me I would be very greatful. [I am trying to find more people]

Robert Scoble;Dave Winner;

Hmm, I really do think I am missing something. Should I be using OPML to help me find people who are OPMLing and know what it is for?

All I am trying to say is that I don't know what I am supposed to do with it!

ps. I tried to use Technorati's Blog Finder to find OPML supporting Blogs, there where 4 I think. Way to go Technorati!

pps. If your like me. The best resource I found was over on Wikipedi [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OPML].

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