To date, TweetMeme has divided top links by categories, including comedy, horror, climate change or tech topics including Google and Firefox. The new roll-out treats each user like their own category, so you could expect to see pages with user names instead.
Top Links from My TweetMeme Channel in the Last Week
An early example of such a dedicated page, for my activity, can be found here: http://tweets.louisgray.com/. In the future, TweetMeme hopes to make it easy enough to "skin" the page to look like your Web site, and will even offer widgets to highlight your most retweeted tweets. To make mine listed on "louisgray.com" instead of on "tweetmeme.com", I set up a change in my blog's CNAME record.
Should you want to, you can subscribe, via RSS, to all links distributed from these dedicated channels, or you can subscribe to a subset of the items.
- This RSS feed provides all links from @louisgray.
- This RSS feed shows all links from @louisgray that have the term Google.
- This RSS feed shows all links from @louisgray that have the term Twitter.
The page is a preview, but will be made available to the world soon enough. TweetMeme has a lot of news planned over the next month, and will be presenting at TechCrunch's Crunchup on November 20th, so watch their blog for more on this and other new features.