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EV Driven

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We are excited to announce the launch of
This is a commuity of people who are passionate about Electrive Vehicles.  We've come together to find and organize the best content from blogs and other web sites.  The goal is to create a place where it's easy to find current and highly relevant content.  And perhaps to stimulate new connections.
You can get a sense of the power of the site by visiting the site and clicking a keyword on the left.  For example, if you look at the page on Obama you find: 
* The keywords on the left are ordered according to their relationship to the current term.  So you can see that Climate ChangeEnvironment, Standards, Solar and other such terms all relate heavily to Obama according to what people talk about.
* The top of the page has the latest posts.
* Below that you find top posts based on various social signals.
As the site runs, it will get better at finding great content.
Bloggers who participate get some interesting capabilities.  When you go to the Revenge of the Electric Car page, you find on the left side the topics we talk about such as

Electric Cars (no surprise),  Tesla, Mini E, Volt.  These are all listed in the new keyword widget provided by EV Driven that we've put in the sidebar on our blog.

There's also a page that shows the Best Content from Revenge of the Electric Car based on social signals.  These will improve over time. But you can get a sense of what people think is our best stuff.
The best part is that this brings together of an impressive network of people who focus on this topic:

It's fun to look at some of the differences in keywords for some of the participants.  Click on the links and you can see that Electric Car Blog talks about MPH.


All of this technology comes from Tony Karrer.  I know that he has more features planned.  Certainly, Tony and I would like to hear any suggestions you have for how to make this site better.
Take a peek. Subscribe to the whole shebang or follow one key word. Lets find out what we can discover and learn together. 

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