Jon Udell’s screencasts are one of the wonders of the personal publishing Web, and I’ve just watched one of his best, on the on-demand blogosphere. It’s the best exposition of the power of the distributed networks created by blogs and tagging that I’ve seen, and I’ll be using it in internal presentations a lot, I think. It’s also very good on what the next level of RSS should be: an integrated system showing who’s written about what and how it relates to the item I’m reading right now. Udell’s basically hacked a system to do this for himself (hacked very elegantly, I might add); if someone comes up with a service that does this, it’ll pull a lot more people into its orbit.
(Via Jon Udell.)