Monday, November 21st, 2005

BinaryBonsai Live Archives

Category: Component, Showcase

<>p>Over at Binary Bonsai, they have a nice example of Live Archives.

The archive refreshes asynchronously, and you are able to view the content via date (chronological), tagging, and categories.

As well as the obligatory Tag Cloud, they also have a graph representation of the popularity of their tags, which is actually easier to view.

Tag Clouds are very Web 2.0, but are they usable?

They are great for the bold words, but everything else is just a cloud, and blends in.

Live Archives

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I’m not quite getting it… it’s purpose/usefulness isn’t very obvious

Comment by Dale — November 21, 2005

This is a great interface for blog archives. Is the code for this available anywhere?

Comment by GFvonB — November 22, 2005

At least for Textpattern (http://www.textpattern.com/) there is a plugin which implements the chronological part of the live archive. You can grab it there: http://www.wilshireone.com/textpattern-plugins/rss-live-archive

I have this running on my own blog for a few months now in my own archive (http://www.dirksteins.de/archive/, in german).

Comment by Dirk Steins — November 23, 2005

Wunderbar. Danke!

Comment by GFvonB — November 23, 2005

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