I find a lot of nice articles and its difficult to blog/comment about every other article. Sharing these links directly makes more sense and the best way to do is to deliver it as part of your RSS feed.
Feedburner is a widely used feed publishing service and even the feeds of Online Diary are delivered via Feedburner. The service has a link splicing feature via which you can share your collected links as a part of your RSS feed.
FeedBurner supports the following Link Services: Digg, del.icio.us, Furl, Bloglines, My Web 2.0 and Magnolia
As of now del.icio.us is my favorite bookmarking service and you can find my shared bookmarks here:
You might already have observed these del.icio.us links in the RSS feed and I guess Feedburner has delivered the links for past 10 days by default. However from now on you should be getting only 1 feed from del.icio.us per day.
I guess for few readers this feature might be annoying since they would be seeing the same links again and again in various other feeds 🙂 I would definitely like to know your views on this !
Also do share your del.icio.us links if you have one 🙂
This post by Amit some time back had made me think on partial feeds :). And after lot of thinking I have decided to switch from partial to full RSS feeds and I am sure many of the readers will be happy with this switch 😀
And if you are searching for a good RSS Reader,this post might help you a little bit.