I know that I can pick up individual hubbers RSS feeds, but is there any possible way for me to pick up RSS feeds by topic, subtopic, or tags? Any help would be great.
That is the basic idea, but that is still just for the specific topics that users create for themselves. I want to be able to aggregate the RSS feeds for the site-wide topics rather than just for individual users.
The one for tags works. Thanks!
The one for categories does not though...
Thank you weblogs and blogdigz! You have both been very helpful!
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