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Introducing Podcatch.com: "Subscribing may be the wrong way to look at it. When I want a podcast I don't want to subscribe. I want to listen. All the time between the want and the fulfillment seems like work. Why is this so hard. "
RSSBus - About Us: "RSSBus provides high-performance, reliable, and fully-extensible products that simplify the process of producing, consuming, and integrating data. The RSSBus products enable a simple yet effective layer of middleware that helps users drive information flow without the added complexity that is common across other integration solutions."
8 RSS Aggregator Tools to Combine RSS Feeds: "If you have more than one blog but don’t want to bother your readers by asking them to subscribe to a bunch of separate RSS feeds, you can actually combine two or more RSS feeds into one with the help of an RSS aggregator tool."
How to Export Your FeedBurner Subscribers | B2B Affiliate Program - RevResponse: "If you're like me, you're tired of hoping FeedBurner is going to improve and you're ready to move on. Let's say you've decided to break up with FeedBurner and you want to take all your friends (ahem, subscribers) with you. How can it be done exactly?
That's what the presentation below answers. It's a step-by-step guide that visually shows you how to export your list without any fuss, so you can get to steppin'."
Digg Blog, Digg Reader is Live!: "After a week of testing and scaling, adding batches of users and improving our infrastructure, we’re happy to fully open Digg Reader to the public!
To give you a sense of scale, last night we were crawling over 3.3 million feeds. We’re now up to 4.5 million. That’s a lot of data – and it’s growing quickly – but (at the risk of tempting the cruel and unforgiving Fates), the site has remained speedy and stable."
"What I mean by RSS By Dave Winer on Thursday, November 10, 2011 at 1:04 PM. I can't tell anyone how to use the term RSS, but I can tell you how I use it.
RSS is a family of syndication formats that traces its roots far back in the history of computer science. The most widely used version of RSS is 2.0. I wrote the spec for that version, created software that read and wrote it, and helped content providers, notably the NY Times, get online with it.
We also adapted RSS to transport what I thought of as "audio blog posts." This became podcasting.
There are lots of different kinds of software that produce RSS and consume it. Each of them has its own name. But they are not RSS. They are applications that do stuff with RSS.
"Are you busy, so much so, that you don’t even get time to read newspapers or watch news on TV? Do you leave your house early in the morning for work and wished that your newspaper boy would come earlier? If that’s the case, then your “wish” has been fulfilled. Infonary.com is here for all you workaholics out there. Get all the latest news, videos, extracts, images and much more from leading newspapers and TV news channels, all at one place.
Infonary.com is a web site launched exclusively for such users. It aims at providing precise and latest news from all the leading newspapers and TV news channels, all on one page. Different categories have been defined for various sections like Sports, Business, Education, Health etc. So you can find the news on the topics of your choice easily."
"Chrome: If you do most of your reading in Google Reader, you probably find truncated RSS feeds—that is, feeds that only give you the first paragraph of a post—annoying. Convert them all into full feeds with one simple Chrome extension."
"Firefox 4: If you're a big fan of RSS, you've probably noticed that Firefox 4 did away with the handy RSS address bar icon that gave you quick access to all RSS feeds on a page. This extension brings it back."
"The amount of content being distributed via the internet can be daunting for organisations. Many have limited budgets, so it is important to have tools that can allow spending time on important activities, such as fundraising. However, keeping track of information pertinent to the organisation brand, and who is saying what, can be time consuming. Being current with information need not be a hard task. There are simple tools, often free, that can make capturing information pertinent to your organisation fairly simple. That is where RSS feeds and feed readers are useful. They offer speed of delivery, update your current topics of choice, keep your identity private, are flexible and do not use up bandwidth."
"If you have an RSS feed, you can make money and provide added value to your users with the RSS to Email tool from RevResponse. In just 5 easy steps, RevResponse will customize a newsletter for you, monetize it for you, and help you to build your subscriber list."
"Please take a look at Enfeedia.com. It's a free online service; no software to download. In addition to the basic features of RSS, it offers advanced features consistent with RSS specifications, including easy embedding of video and images (including flickr images consistent with their terms of service), PayPal buttons, Google search tool, and more. Multiple authoring modes are provided for collaborative posting of items onto the same feed including optional moderation of postings by the feed owner."
"Times for iPad brings a newspaper aesthetic to the 21st century experience of reading news with RSS feeds. Instead of a tried and tested list of feeds and folders on the left and headlines on the right, Times lays out stories and photos in columns more akin to a newspaper, with separate, customizable topic pages like technology, arts & entertainment, sports, and whatever else you want."
Some good news about innovation in how RSS feeds are read and presented.
"This post is the first in a short series exploring my hypothesis of RSS as the technological foundation of Web 2.0 for my PhD research. I have had the honor of talking with Dave Winer about my research and to pose him some questions. I would like to thank him for his time, thoughts and provoking new ideas for my dissertation."
"FeedRank is a numeric ranking system for RSS feeds and is generated based on a content analysis algorithm developed exclusively by RSSMicro. FeedRank measures the quality of RSS feeds including published articles and posts. In order to generate the FeedRank, a customized algorithm checks various areas including but not limited to traffic data and a newly developed concept called Feed Delta."
"Now you can create and deploy RSSBus Simple Services on the Google Cloud! RSSBus for Google App Engine is a pure Java implementation of RSSBus Server, designed exclusively for deployment to Google’s web infrastructure."
"Facebook, which turned six years old today and has some 400 million users, is a major player in the way people consume news all around the world, according to conclusions from ReadWriteWeb and HitWise."
"As I always say, there is better living through syndication.
So with that in mind, I’m happy to introduce MyFeedSync for MySpace. Just like the recently launched Twitter Sync, this service allows you to pipe in any RSS feed directly into your MySpace activity stream."
RSS is the pipeline that links up all the various social media sites.
"Twitterfeed has grown pretty fast since its early side project days. There are now 350,000 publishers from the White House to CNN to John Cleese pumping out almost 600,000 feeds and generating around 5,500,000 clicks to your sites every day."
Information on RSS, TwitterFeed, PubSubHubBub, RSS Cloud, and Google Analytics.
"RSS is great. That said, it isn't real-time. With the advent of Twitter, people are now beginning to wonder why RSS needs to poll every hour. Why can't we have the immediacy of Twitter in RSS. Time for a history lesson."
This is the best article I have seen on the issue of immediacy of RSS. It is excellent.
"The main idea behind rssCloud is that your RSS reader can ask to be notified when a feed changes (push), rather than having to check the feed on a regular basis (pull). This is accomplished by having your RSS reader subscribe to updates with the feed server."
Thoughtful discussion on the rssCloud real-time RSS.
"I’m not sure who’s idea it was to make importing an RSS feed into your Facebook page such a challenge, but it shouldn’t be this painful. You’d think it would be possible to go to your page, check-out your settings and add your RSS feed URL to a field and save it. Not so quick."
Valuable information for integrating social media.
"At our Real-Time Stream CrunchUp event last month, one of the most interesting things that was demoed was PubSubHubbub, a new protocol made by a few Googlers in their spare time to improve the speed at which Atom and RSS items travel around the web. As expected, they have a big player on their side now: Google Reader."
ooBdoo.....About Us: "ooBdoo (pronounced oo-bee-doo) is a website that offers to provide information on any subject freely to anyone.
This information may be retrieved by viewing our extensive directory of published syndicated RSS feeds from websites across the world.
ooBdoo provides webmasters and content providers with an avenue to promote and advertise their syndicated content.
Any website, subject to approval, may have the content of their RSS feeds published on ooBdoo free of charge. All feeds are placed into category pages that best suit their topics. Most pages contain a number of feeds from different sources, thus providing a unique, useful, logical and informative experience for our audience. The placement of these feeds, on individual pages, is based on artistic preferences only."
A big publishing site that will publish your RSS Feeds.
"RSS and syndication are the veins that the new social web flows through. Countless products and services have been built on top of RSS in the past few years but there are always a few that stand above the rest.
As part of this year’s Top 10 Products series, we offer below the Top 10 RSS and Syndication Products of 2008. These are the feed tools we and the people we know use day in and day out, we love them - we hate them, we wouldn’t want to work without them."
Not the usual list of RSS tools. These tools are for the more advanced RSS user.
"RSS is one of those technologies that are extremely simple yet extremely powerful. ... we’ll cover in this post some (hopefully) relatively unknown but useful RSS-related tricks and hacks that will help you use RSS in a more effective way — and without unnecessary and chunky WordPress plug-ins."
Some great ideas on enhancing your RSS when using WordPress.
"In this post I give you a video showing how you can create ‘RSS mashups’ which are combined feeds made up of other feeds and ensure these are unique so you can create a different feed for every site that needs one to avoid the duplicate content filter."
A very nice video that discusses mashups, RSS feeds, and how to generate fresh content using Yahoo Pipes.
"Internet giant Google on Tuesday beefed up its free Web-based email service by adding online video and voice chat as well as automatic translation of RSS feeds people commonly use to stay updated on blogs and news."
Automatic translation of RSS Feeds sounds so interesting. I think I will subscribe to a feed from Japan.
"RSS is one of your most valuable tools as a social media marketer. Here is a list of 139 tools and articles that will let you master the craft of converting visitors to subscribers, and increasing your return traffic. Resources include feed creation, promotion, stats, conversion, plugins, validation, and more."
"Forrester Research today published a new report on the state of RSS. In short, while there are bright spots, it does not paint the picture of a technology that's going mainstream anytime soon. On a positive note, the resarch entitled What's Holding RSS Back?, says that nearly half of marketers have moved to add feeds to their web sites. Further, RSS adoption among consumers is at 11% up from just 2% of users three years ago. RSS feeds usage is more dominant among men."
"If had to pick a single technology that changed my life the most this decade it would be RSS. Phones and computers evolve, surely. However feeds, which I started reading in 2003, were a total game changer. Today I read almost 600 of them. In fact I view my entire reading list as a competitive weapon that allows me to help my company and our clients stay head of the curve."
Steve Rubel is a thought leader in the world of marketing communications. Here are his thoughts about the future of full and summary RSS feeds.
"RSS Popper is a news aggregator add-in for Outlook & Outlook Express. News items delivered directly to Outlook as e-mails. No need to use a separate program for reading RSS anymore. All RSS/RDF/Atom formats are supported.
Just download, install, set your favorite news feeds, and you're ready to go."
This is a freeware product. I run it for Outlook Express and it works just fine. It seems light and clean. Enough functionality, but no bloat.
"FeedMyInbox is a very simple service that attempts to bridge the gap between feeds (RSS, XML, Atom) and email... Only 3% of computer users are familiar with how feeds work, and are using feed readers to get up-to-date information from their favorite sites. We don't think the other 97% should be left out in the cold, so now you can subscribe to a feed with your email address."
A simple approach to getting RSS Feeds in your Inbox.
"The RSS Screensaver is a screensaver that lets you subscribe to one or more RSS feeds, and select a directory for background images. The Screensaver loops through the list of RSS items and shows the contents of the feed in the right hand side."
"First off is making inconvenient, low-tech job listing sites--the kind without RSS feeds, email alerts, or any other technologies beyond 2001--much more manageable through a combination of a 'page scraper,' or RSS generator, and automatic RSS-to-email services to make sure you're never near the bottom of the resume stack."
This is for a specific purpose, but it is a good overview of RSS scrapers and RSS-to-email tools and how they work for a specific purpose.
"RSS Popper is a news aggregator add-in for Outlook & Outlook Express. News items delivered directly to Outlook as e-mails. No need to use a separate program for reading RSS anymore. All RSS/RDF/Atom formats are supported."
For many people, this simplifies reading RSS feeds because they come into the mail box like emails.
"Now affiliate managers can publish product reviews and articles, or even weekly specials, through an RSS enabled blog. Affiliates will promote these RSS feeds to the public and will receive credit for CPA conversions resulting from the articles published through the feed."
"Really Simple Syndication (RSS) allows you to get information sent directly to you, eliminating the need for you to that information individually. Using a reader will allow all the RSS feeds to come to one spot for you to read at your leisure. While reading news and blogs has been a traditional use for RSS feeds, there are also tons of fun ways to use these feeds. The list below touches on some ways you can read the news, but it also lets you learn, share, keep up with your interests, and so much more."
A list of interesting and fun things to add to your RSS reader.
"FilteredRSS.com is a bayesian filter for your RSS feeds. Instead of using keywords to filter your RSS, you instead rate feed items. This gives our filter examples of what you like and don't like for that feed (much like a spam filter for email). The filter then learns what you like and uses this to predict your preference on future items. This free tool can also combine one or more RSS feeds. FilteredRSS is very easy to use and we only need an RSS feed url and your email address to get you started."
I have successfully used bayesian filters to weed out spam email (SpamBayes), so this is interesting.
"About Feedbooks “Feedbooks is a universal e-paper platform compatible with all e-paper devices where you can download thousands of free e-books, publish and share your own content, and create customized newspapers from RSS feeds and widgets.”"
"Fav.or.it, the much talked about RSS reader ... and aggregator, is finally open to everyone. The site has re-tooled significantly since its beta back in February, and what we see now is much easier to use and seems much more focused on its mission of taking RSS to the masses."
An RSS portal with a twist - stories are based on attention data.
Google provides a simple way to put RSS content on your website.
"Roel Vertegaal and The Human Media Lab at Queens University are busy developing disruptive technologies that will shape the future of computing ... They’ve also come up with radical concepts like RSS feeds and movie trailers on the side of a soda can ..."
"Jott Feeds offers you a new and easy way to get updates from your favorite websites by listening to them on your mobile phone. It is a simple service designed to make accessing the information you want as easy as a phone call.
Add any RSS feed to your Jott account, call Jott and have them read to you over your phone. Whether you are in the car, on the train, or walking around town- you can now listen in to your trusted sources of news and other content without needing Internet access."
I use Jott for their reminder service so I am pleased that they have added RSS feeds to their toolkit. Call Jott and get the latest on RSS feeds.
"We've been hinting at this for awhile, but it's finally time to spill the beans: Starting next week, we'll be rolling out AdSense for feeds to a small group of publishers, in anticipation of a full launch to all FeedBurner and AdSense publishers 'coming soon'. If you start seeing 'Ads by Google' on an ad in a feed somewhere, that'd be us."
Ads on RSS feeds. It was inevitable when Google bought FeedBurner. It looks like it is close.
"With all the discussions about information overload and the need for filtering, it looks like we're going to finally start getting some relief. This month, two companies made announcements about updates to their RSS readers which will now provide their users with built-in filtering technologies."
Sisyphus was a mythological king punished cursed to roll a huge boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll down again, and to repeat this throughout eternity. Much like these patients who are cursed to spend a morning checking their RSS reader, only to find there are still “8,978 posts unread”."
Only one of the psychological complaints is about RSS, but it was good enough to note.
"Add your own news to your Website or news from Yahoo, CNN, and CNET using Flash. Use RSS News Flash to announce news and link to other pages. Save space while improving the look and feel of your site. Take full control over size, style, color, borders, scroll settings, and more. Best of all you don't need to know any code to get news on your Site fast and easy !"
"But French Courts have recently held liable people who were integrating someone else's feed on their own page or blog due to the content of the feed, even though the feed was automatically updated, so that the people who were displaying on their websites didn't have any idea of its content."
An informative article, particularly in noting the difference between a publisher and a hosting provider.
"Snackr is a new Adobe AIR app that lets you display items in your RSS feeds in a beautiful scrolling ticker on any edge of your screen. I am absolutely giddy about it after only a few minutes of use. Snackr is something you'd supplement your existing reader with, not a replacement. It is not for the faint of heart or information averse, either."
RSS Readers are moving in new directions with new functionality.
"Times is a new type of newsreader for Mac OS X Leopard. ... Instead of treating news like email (as most RSS readers do), Times presents you with headlines and photos from a variety of sources all in one place, letting you more easily discover the news you want to read."
"BOOK REVIEW Our guide to the RSS guides By Joe Dolittle
In this all-new book review shootout, we put four books to the test. Read on to learn how Developing Feeds with RSS and Atom by Ben Hammersley, Content Syndication with RSS by Ben Hammersley, Beginning RSS and Atom Programming by Danny Ayers and Andrew Watt, and Hacking RSS and Atom by Leslie M. Orchard stand up to our editorial review.
With more and more people reading RSS via Outlook 2007, it seemed useful for us to dig in and learn more about RSS."
"As Lifehacker describes it, ReadBurner, "turn[s] Google Reader sharing into an action similar to bookmarking a page on Del.icio.us or voting for an article on Digg." We think that this approach to social news makes sharing interesting stories easier than ever, and adds a new level of democracy and transparency in determining what's the most newsworthy."
"As I switched to full feeds, concerned about feed scrappers republishing our copyrighted content, lots of helpful readers shared their views and thoughts about the issue and how to deal with it. This helped me find some WordPress plugins that can help you effectively deal with RSS scrappers."
"Spam bloggers have no shortage of tools designed to scrape and republish your RSS feed. From full-blown spam blog generators, some of which can create thousands of blogs per hour, and simple WordPress plugins, there are countless tools designed to turn your content into spam."
An article on techniques spam bloggers use and some hints on how to block them.
"One source for free RSS feeds, on virtually any topic you can think of, is the United States Government. USA.gov is the home to government information. At the site's library you can find RSS feeds, podcasts, government blogs, and even a photo credits page directing you to public domain images. For the small business person building their own web presence this source of free (forgetting about April 15 for a second) content can really help customers and create a great web presence at the right price."
"Many users have asked us for a RSS feed of Network Updates and as I'd commented over two weeks ago, we now allow you to subscribe to your network updates via RSS! Find the ubiquitous orange RSS logo right next to the Network Updates sign on LinkedIn's homepage, right below the LinkedIn News module."
"Pipes is a powerful composition tool to aggregate, manipulate, and mashup content from around the web.
Like Unix pipes, simple commands can be combined together to create output that meets your needs:
* combine many feeds into one, then sort, filter and translate it. * geocode your favorite feeds and browse the items on an interactive map. * power widgets/badges on your web site. * grab the output of any Pipes as RSS, JSON, KML, and other formats."
"RSS is easily one of the best things to happen to web publishing in the past 10 years. It allows users to easily keep track of news from multiple web sites because updates are delivered directly to them. But the problem many people face is that there are so many sources of information that we're trying to keep track of, we've become buried. Information overload is a real problem for many web users, and one way to cope with it is to filter your RSS feeds so you only see what you want to see."
"About the Pipes Blog. This is the official blog for Pipes, an interactive feed aggregator and manipulator. Using Pipes, you can create feeds that are more powerful, useful and relevant. Learn more about Pipes from our overview."
"MailBucket is an experiment in alternative methods of email management. For now its only feature is a public email-to-RSS gateway: forward your email to firstname.lastname@example.org and have your news reader pick it up at mailbucket.org/slurp.xml (where you choose slurp, having checked that it's not already in use)."
Several products go from RSS to email. This one does the reverse. What is it good for? Changing list serves and group emails to RSS perhaps.
"FriendFeed enables you to keep up-to-date on the web pages, photos, videos and music that your friends and family are sharing. It offers a unique way to discover and discuss information among friends."
"Favorit is a unique product that not only allows you to aggregate content like a newsreader but also allows you to post comments, all without leaving its site. The newsreader uses the standard stream reading technology (RSS feed) and provides a single reading window that fills up with content as you scroll. Within the list and stream views you can post a reply and then just continue reading without leaving the page."
"Introducing Pingie, an instant RSS to SMS notification utility. This ABSOLUTELY FREE service has been simmering in the Experiment23 labs for some time now and is created to allow information junkies to stay consistently in the loop via SMS or email notifications.
"The huge growth of RSS feeds, empowered by the growth of blogging, created the demand for new ways to monetize RSS feeds. Hundreds if not thousands of debates through the blogsphere confronted the ones supporting full feeds with the ones supporting partial feeds, were it always ends in 'but how can I monetize my feed'?"
"This past year was a big one for RSS. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, was the backbone of all early developments in the new era of the internet. It made blogs readable, podcasts subscribable, wikis trackable and search persistent."
"Web-Alerts.com - text alerts for your favorite sites. Stay up to date with your favorite websites. Enter the address for your favorite website. When something new is posted, you will receive a text message on your mobile phone. You can even choose a keyword and be alerted only when new items contain your keyword."
"The creation of FeedSync was catalyzed by the observation that RSS and Atom feeds were exploding on the web, and that by harnessing their inherent simplicity we might enable the creation of a “decentralized data bus” among the world’s web sites. Just like RSS and Atom, FeedSync feeds can be synchronized to any device or platform."
"Nourish is a next generation newsletter service which allows you to take any RSS feed from content you publish (like a blog), and convert it into an automated email newsletter your readers can subscribe to. We want you to focus on creating great content. We’ll take care of the rest."
"What is AideRSS? AideRSS is an intelligent assistant that saves time and keeps you on top of the latest news. We research every story and filter out the noise, allowing you to focus on what matters most."
"Have you ever heard the phrase, 'The Rich Get Richer, and the Poor Get Poorer'? It's absolutely true. Sometimes it feels as if you can't get any subscribers because you don't have any to begin with-- Not anymore! Your blog is your credibility! Break the cycle, increase your blog's net worth, and blow your RSS numbers up with RSSXplosion!"
"Morf your feeds into something else Welcome to FeedMorf! FeedMorf is a very simple site that gives you access to our simple-to-use tools for your feeds, (be it RSS or a podcast etc) to morf them into something else."
"Blog Directory Submission Service. I decide to provide a manual blog submission service to this list of blog and RSS directories for $59.95. Once you have contact with me I will contact you and once I get the payment I will submit your link to the RSS and blog directories."
An interesting approach. Many of the automatic services are difficult to use. The manual approach might be a good approach.
"RSS Mixer allows you to combine up to ten RSS feeds into a new, custom feed that you can easily output to your iPhone. You can also output your custom feed as RSS, HTML, and Web and Apple Dashboard Widgets."
"RSSCalendar is an exciting new way for individuals and organizations to share their calendars with family, friends, and co-workers - utilizing the latest in "Really Simple Syndication" (RSS) technology, including RSS channel creation and aggregation. Not only is RSSCalendar easy to use but it is also easy to administer, and setup is a snap."
"RSS Popper is a news aggregator add-in for Outlook & Outlook Express. News items delivered directly to Outlook as e-mails. No need to use a separate program for reading RSS anymore. All RSS/RDF/Atom formats are supported."
Outlook 2007 has a built in RSS reader. This is for Outlook 2003 or Outlook Express.
"Introducing WidgetWizard - Make Your Own RSS widget for any site. Whenever you want, However you want. Tired of waiting on a glim hope a developer will produce a widget for your favorite site? Well wait no further! With WidgetWizard you can easily generate a unique RSS widget for any site with a valid RSS feed!"
"fav.or.it is our answer to the current separation of feed reading and commenting. We have built a web interface that lets you read all your favorite content and at the same time take part in an interactive community."
This product is currently in private beta, but it does address the real issue of combining Blog RSS feeds with Blog comments.
You invest a lot of time in your blog, why not reach more readers and earn money all in one step. FeedM8 turns your blog, or feed enabled website, into a mobile site. Don't miss the chance to keep in touch with your readers, and find new ones, directly through their mobile phone. "
"RSS (Really Simple Syndicate) feeds are a free, quick and efficient way to read news and weblogs. To read and get most out of feeds, you need to have a good feed reader, which allows you to customize, organize, search and catagorize articles. There are various feed readers available, web based as well as desktop clients. Here I have listed the top 10 feed readers."
There are many RSS Readers. It is always good to see top ten lists and reviews.
"Setup your own RSS feed that pulls data from your PHP/MySQL-driven web site. Use PHP to create the XML/RSS document RSS Readers require to inform visitors of your web site database's content updates. The tutorial is available in PDF format."
"The most efficient way to get the news and posts that matter. Use PostRank to score, filter and track performance of any RSS feed. Reclaim your time, boost your productivity, and stay on top of the news."
AideRSS offers services to both subscribers and publishers to filter RSS feeds.
"Pheedo’s FeedPowered™ advertising platform converts your RSS feeds into rich, dynamically updating advertising that engages your audience. Leverage your existing RSS assets to extend your brand, drive traffic, and acquire new feed subscribers."
"In 2003, when we transferred the RSS 2.0 specification from UserLand Software to Berkman Center, we created a weblog site called Technology at Harvard Law to host the spec. We already had a server set up to host weblogs for people at Harvard, so it made sense to also put the site on this server."
This site contains the RSS specifications and the writings of the RSS Advisory Board.
"NewsGator Technologies, Inc., the leading RSS company, today announced the availability of NewsGator Mobile for iPhone, a free reader that complements the great design and interface of the iPhone. NewsGator Mobile for iPhone works in conjunction with any free NewsGator Online account."
It is a positive thing when RSS is made available on additional platforms and environments.
"Keep up with hundreds of websites and have RSS and Atom news items delivered into your Outlook folders, as easy as email!
With the powerful interface of intraVnews you get total control over your feed subscriptions on the Internet and your intranet."
intraVnews is my RSS reader. I want to get my feeds in Outlook, I have not moved to Outlook 2007 yet, and intraVnews offers rich functionality for an RSS Reader using Outlook. With intraVnews, I can easily switch from reading my topic, by feed, or by date. It is free for personal use.
"Our latest prototype, RSS Mixer, is now available. This is by far the most elaborate of the prototypes we’ve been working on over the last few months. All of these experimental applications are part of a larger project that we are developing for release in 2008."
"Feedpass is a way for you to make RSS easy for anyone. If you've got a blog or feed, then you need a feedpass. We automatically create a subscription page that allows your readers to subscribe using RSS readers, browsers, or by email. We also explain RSS technology and make it simple for novices or experts to get your feed."
A service that attempts to solve the major problem with RSS. It is difficult to subscribe to an RSS feed.
"Voyage is an RSS Reader with a difference. It’s been carefully designed around the content it displays. Add RSS feeds from your favourite sites and let voyage pull all the information together for your reading pleasure.
How do I use it? Its simple. Posts are organised by date. To scroll through them just use your mouse wheel, or the up and down keys on your keyboard. Add and remove RSS feeds using the management pane at the bottom."
"What we do: millionRSS is a project to collect over 1,000,000 RSS feeds that are out there in the wild west of what we know as 'the blogosphere'. We offer free submission for anyone to easily send us their RSS feed details (along with their site description and branding information). In turn, we will syndicate your feed for our readers and will give you a permanent link from our site. That's it, pretty simple."
"PHP RSS feed finder is a PHP class that finds all the URLs for all RSS feeds that appear on a given Web page. It will convert any relative links that are found into absolute links. The only required input is the URL of the Web page to be scanned for RSS links."
"This Google Desktop gadget downloads RSS feeds from any Web sites and then reads them using Text-to-Speech and shows the feeds on good-looking black screen. You can just listen to the feeds you like while doing your job or surfing the internet."
"RSS Submit is the most powerful RSS feed management and promotion tool available. The first of its kind for automatically submitting RSS feeds, it is the quickest and most reliable way to submit to the RSS search engines."
I will be testing and reviewing this product in the coming weeks.
Feedburner ... "signed adoption papers for the popular WordPress plugin that seamlessly redirects requests for an ordinary feed (from self-hosted WordPress blogs) to your super-powered FeedBurner feed. This plugin ...will be made available directly from FeedBurner as 'FeedSmith.'"
Feedburner continues to add features and functions.
"More Signal, Less Noise: The Power of RSS Mashups Blog feeds let you send information. Feed readers let you receive it. Pipes, PopFly, and GMashEd let you: * filter it. * visualize it. * combine it. * correlate it. * advertise it."
A concise overview of what is available for RSS Mashups.
"FeedCycle is a web service that manages serialised web feeds.
A serialised RSS web feed enables a subscriber to receive, perhaps on a daily basis, sequential episodes from within a series of episodes. The subscriber always starts at the beginning regardless when they start their subscription. "
This is an excellent idea. I am considering this for the RSS Tutorial. It would give people the opportunity to have the Tutorial delivered a lesson at a time over a period of time.
It provides some of the same functionality for RSS as the auto- responder does for email.