If you’re looking for more out of the nptech RSS feed, go check out my Pligg for it. While I frequently blog off of items in the RSS feed, sometimes my comments are way too short (or snarky) to make any sense as a blog post. In the past few days, I’ve been looking at new items in the RSS feed, voting on them and then commenting on them. I think that of you who consume the nptech RSS feed would be pretty happy with the way you can slice and dice the feed items. If you REALLY think you can handle it, I’ll give you admin rights so that you can retag the items and edit the information that goes along with each link.
I really think you’ll like using the two URLs above. Those two URLs can be used to get an overall view of who’s been voting on things, who’s been commenting and what are the incoming new items. I think it’s pretty fabulous. So… if you’ve been looking for a particularly easy way to participate in nptech, go ahead and try it. It’s probably more painless than anything I’ve seen so far when it comes to working with RSS feeds.
Also, if you want to Pligg something so it goes straight to the Pligg, after you sign up, check your profile. The instructions for Pligging something are there, there are separate bookmarklets (a la del.icio.us) for IE, Firefox and Opera.
UPDATE: I’ve just added the npmarketing and npdev tags to the site. They’re set up as categories outside of the nptech category. Nonprofit software developers and marketers can now participate in working on their tags too.