Site feeds enabled! Many thanks to Dave, Dmitri, and Hella's page for the know-how. The sticking point was that, to aggregate other sites' feeds, you need to have a php file. On a Blogspot.com site like this one, there's no way to put any files on the server for usage. Thankfully, Wharton has the necessary files accessible through their website.
Technology is great. Now that I have a new publishing tool squared away, updating this website is a snap. Look for the directory to be updated much more frequently, at least 2 or 3 times a month.
My next goal is to add an RSS section ala Hella's page so that this site will be a one-stop shop for all your MBA weblog needs. If anyone knows how to display RSS/Atom feeds on a Blogger website, please leave me a note.
Cleansed I tweaked the back-end tool I use to maintain the list of weblogs, which will make the site much easier for me to maintain.
Note: websites listed in bold are those that are frequently updated. I didn't use any special formula for this; basically if there hasn't been a post in over a month, or if there's only been 1 post every six weeks or longer, I don't count the weblog as frequently updated.
I've also pulled out all the "dead" weblogs and stuck them at the bottom of the page.
Lastly, I've created a section for MBA alumni, so that when the current crop of MBA bloggers starts graduating, if they continue to blog there'll be a link.
As always, tips, URLS, and feedback is welcome in my new Inbox.
1:04 PM EST [Link]:
Updated with links left for me in the old inbox, including the first (?) MBA blog in Korean (Polylogue's Cabin), and an applicant blog whose name describes what business school should be about.
This site is meant as a useful directory of MBA-themed weblogs that I am aware of.
It does not constitute an endorsement of the contents of those sites, nor does the
presence of a link represent any relationship between this site and the other one.