Blogpulse is the "hyper-thread" tool I was hoping for

April 1, 2005

blogpulse Some may remember that at the end of February, I had posted about wanting a tool that would correlate a conversation across multiple blogs into a “hyper-thread”. Well, looks like my requests has been answered in the form of blogpulse. It does exactly what I was looking for; it figures out a cross-blog conversation based on links and compiles it into one place. Now, if only the commenting system were linked into it too so that users’ comments could hang off of the conversation thread on blogpulse. Better yet, what if blogging system were hooked together so that users’ comments were aggregated into their own blogs, and the entire Blogosphere had a view like Blogpulse that included comments? You could then slice the content in the Blogosphere by ideas, hyperthreads or users.

Here’s the hyperthread from my termination post on 2/11.

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3 Responses to “Blogpulse is the "hyper-thread" tool I was hoping for”


  1. […] s. It essentially tracks conversations across blogs and presents them in a threaded view. (via)

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  2. “what if blogging system were hooked together so that users’ comments were aggregated into their own blogs”

    Ew… Resource hogging… This would be even worse than the WordPress dashboard. 😉

  3. Mobberronenly Says:

    I’m the only one in this world. Can please someone join me in this life? Or maybe death…


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