By Deane Barker on August 18, 2004

The Feed Thickens: A pretty basic concept now has a name: feedsplicing.

Splicing gives people the ability to offer a single RSS feed which contains a chronologically ordered arrangement of their photostream from Flickr and the feed from their existing blog (so you might end up with something like blog post, blog post, photo, photo, photo, blog post, photo, blog post, photo, photo, and so on).

Essentially, you’re aggregating at the feed level, instead of the client level.