So how could Scott take a service that is already solid and make it better? Two things, the first being on overlay of geographic data to analyze what people in various cities are clicking on most frequently. This is pretty cool, but it’s not something that I would find myself pining for, it’s the equivalent of a sparkly new toy.
The second thing that Scott showed me that really did get me excited is MyBlogLog Communities, here’s my profile. What MyBlogLog is doing is tracking the clicks of the aggregate and building a social networking site as a second order effect. Still in beta (what isn’t these days), the service is bound to grow in a number of interesting directions, and all I can say at this point is that this is the one social networking service that I find myself using on a regular basis.