This page documents examples on the Web of published attention information.
This is part of an open standards community effort to update (even rethink and rewrite) the Attention.xml format on a strong foundation of research of existing examples and formats, as well as leveraging the Attention.XML implementation experience from Attensa, CommerceNet, Technorati, and any other interested Attention developers.
- Tim Brown
- Tantek Çelik
- Eric Hayes
- Rohit Khare
- Kevin Marks
- Greg Elin
- what I've listened to - Last.FM, and other scripts that do that
- KevinMarks will contribute more here
- eg http://www.seabury.edu/faculty/akma/2002_09_22_blogarch.html#e82241126
- ?? email rules files
- AttentionTrust's Related section has a list of nearby software and services that collect attention data.
- AttentionTrust's attention xml is recorded by their firefox plugin and can be sent to a chosen provider.
- blogrolls, friendrolls (e.g. LiveJournal, XFN) - what/who I'm reading
- linkblogs / delicious feeds - how I have tagged sites I've read
- playlists of what songs I like - e.g. on MSN Spaces
- favorites.html files - yes, people actually publish these on the web
- xbel xml format for bookmarks TODO: Should there be a more general bookmark topic? BenWest 14:23, 23 Oct 2006 (PDT)
- Chats and chat logs
- The AttentionStream from ETech05: http://attentionstream.com
- email blacklists