Pimp my feeds
April 26, 2007 7:09 AM Subscribe
I keep up with alot of rss feeds. I read them at work on my breaks, and then at home before bed and in the morning before work. I would like a reader that will synchronize between the two locations so that I know where I left off at work, or at home. I allways forget my USB memory stick, so having a portable app doesn't work well for me. I haven't found a web based RSS reader that was fast enough, and designed the way I like it, I like to have my feeds grouped into folders, and read them one at a time by clicking on the item and reading the article.
posted by JonnyRotten to computers & internet (32 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
I tried the bloglines sync with Snarfer, and it really doesn't work the way it should, because it will mark items read from home, and then when I get to work, mark the items unread.
I tried feedreader on my usb stick, but I always forget it plugged in at home when I'm rushing around in the morning. I don't really care for the scrolly interface of google reader, and the web interface for bloglines marks entire feeds read as soon as you click on them, which doesn't suit my one or two articles at a time lifestyle.
Ideally it would just sync via magic voodoo similar to google browser sync syncs my bookmarks.