What Is Ponderlinks?
For those links which are interesting enough to blog, but are either self-explanatory or can be explained in one quick sentence, all in the flavour of the usual painfully broad Ponderance perspective! (The actual links are just to the right in the sidebar if you're reading this in-blog and not in syndication.)
How Did I (And Could You) Make a LinkRoll with a Blogger Blogspot Blog?
[X] del.icio.us - in its about, del.icio.us says it's "a social bookmarks manager. It allows you to easily add sites you like to your personal collection of links, to categorize those sites with keywords, and to share your collection not only between your own browsers and machines, but also with others," which is pretty much it. I've just started storing my bookmarks there since, like GMail, it means all my stuff is online and can be found when I jump computers. For my LinkRoll, del.icio.us' two key features are tags and RSS feeds; I don't want all my bookmarks in a link roll, so I use one specific tag to say which links should get included, and I don't want to do anything manually, and del.icio.us supports tag-derived RSS feeds, so I just use that to get my links.
Hey presto, a quick cut'n'paste of code into my template, and there we have PonderLinks, ready to (link)roll!
Want to get the feeds directly? Your options:
[X] PonderLinks Direct del.icio.us Bookmark
[X] PonderLinks RSS Feed