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  • Some Terms Embed your aggregator and license it. Danny Skarka Academy of Art University
  • Embedding • Traditional: To copy HTML from one website and paste it into another. • Modern: Tools such as Facebook Sharing.
  • Aggregator •A web-based tool (or desktop application) that collects syndicated content. •Uses XML/RSS
  • Aggregator • News: Drudge Report, Huffington Post are manual aggregators. iGoogle is automated. • RSS Readers: example Google Reader, Safari. • Other examples: SimplyHired.com, a website that gathers job listings and reposts them.
  • Aggregator • News: Drudge Report, Huffington Post are manual aggregators. iGoogle is automated. • RSS Readers: example Google Reader, Safari. • Other examples: SimplyHired.com, a website that gathers job listings and reposts them.
  • Aggregator • News: Drudge Report, Huffington Post are manual aggregators. iGoogle is automated. • RSS Readers: example Google Reader, Safari. • Other examples: SimplyHired.com, a website that gathers job listings and reposts them.
  • Metadata • Metadata is loosely defined as data about data. • Web pages often include metadata in the form of meta tags. Description and keywords meta tags are commonly used to describe the Web page's content. Most search engines use this data when adding pages to their search index.
  • Tagging • Internet is so vast, you need a way to categorize it all so users (and search engines) can find what they are looking for. Tagging is how it’s done. • It is Metadata. • Tags can be created using words, acronyms or numbers. • # Hash Tag in Twitter is another example.
  • Tagging
  • Tagging
  • • A Creative Commons license lets you dictate how others may use your work. It allows you to keep your copyright but allows others to copy and distribute your work provided they give you credit and only on the conditions you specify. You can select a license that generates "Some Rights Reserved" or a "No Rights Reserved" button and statement for your published work. • http://creativecommons.org/choose/ • http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Blog/Publish
  • Some Terms Embed your aggregator and license it.
  • Homework • 1:30 to 2 minute audio podcast with associated, descriptive blog. • Use the best functions of Garage Band. Be creative, high quality. Make it sing! • Syndication Service of your choosing (homework graded on how best it works for the listener) • Interview someone. • Submit by 9am Friday morning (earlier of you want some guidance). • Choose and Add a Creative Commons License to your blog.