The more I explore this tool, the more I see it’s relevance for our library. We have an online “Virtual Reference Center” that is now basically a collection of links to websites. We’d tried to create Google search boxes for each of the categories, but the coding was cumbersome and we never got it to work properly. Rollyo seems waaayyyy more user-friendly, and it seems you can have just one search box with a pull-down menu that allows you to select which “searchrolls” to search (I have to check on that), which would be a big improvement over the Google search we were trying to set up.
In searching for ways to link my del.icio.us bookmarks to Rollyo, I came across Addictomatic which also seems like a cool tool. It’s sort of a hybrid of an aggregate search engine like Dogpile (does anyone still use that?) and a feed reader, with results appearing in an easy-to-read layout. But I still want to know how to create a Rollyo searchroll from all of the urls I’ve given a particular dag in del.icio.us, without having to do it manually. Possible? Anyone?