I am sitting on the plane about to board, but wanted to do a quick post about Alltop version 3.0, which gives the ability for people to create custom collections of Alltop feeds called "MyAlltop".
Here is the info from the Alltop website:
- Every custom MyAlltop collection is a public page and can therefore be shared.
- To create your MyAlltop page, go to this page and click on "create an account": http://my.alltop.com/ You can create as many accounts as you like, for example, one for personal use and one for your site.
After you create and account and log in, it is easy to just choose a topic area, then "click" on the "+" mark next to the websites you want to add to your feed. This is much easier then using readers because you don't need to have the RSS feed or URL, that is already set up – you just need to choose which ones to add.
I set up one for my technical reads across multiple categories:
And I read the moms section separately:
I suggest that it is a good idea to have a personal and then one with your "business name". For example, I also have:
I have not set that up yet, but that is my next todo for the day.