Michael Buffington writes:
If I have thousands of blog entries at my finger tips I can do some pretty amazing things. I can make relationships with the entries, I can categorize them, I can search against them, I can find new content very easily. By having thousands of available weblogs I would at least be able to find the small percentage of weblogs I’m interested in.
So basically what I want is a relational database snapshot of the entire blogoshere. I want a data warehouse that I can perform not only statistical analysis on, but make intelligent relationships between blog entries. I want to be able to see trends appear, spot memes as they’re happening. I want a stock ticker that tells me the common theme for the day.
Something to aim for with BlogStreet.