I've been trying to figure out a way to do a daily Web 2.0 update with links - without being, you know... one of those blogs that just links to other blogs. What I'm looking for is something in-between del.icio.us and a 'real' post.
He has the ingredients of what I want to do:
1) Witty post title
2) 5 original-ish links, 1 with a quote and 4 with one-line Zeldman comments.
He gets extra marks for a fresh take on an old story (dogs playing poker) and being a bit arty in his comments ("Project d’art").
Steve Gillmor describes the kind of thing I'm looking for as a "post-del.icio.us fraglet style" (although he may've been high when he wrote that... I'm kidding).
So anyway, I'd be grateful for your advice...
What would you prefer to see on Read/Write Web, in addition to the long-form original posts?
a) A daily Web 2.0 News/links update, in the Zeldman style.
b) A straight daily dump of Web 2.0 news/links - a la my Saturday morning effort.
c) An individual post for each story/link (which really would be like everybody else and it'd probably result in 4-5 short posts per day... I'm not keen on this option).
d) Forget the links dude, just stick to your knitting - long posts with original analysis and writing.
e) Another option??
Please be so kind as to leave a comment :-)