I need a very basic web-based feed reader, but I have extreme limitations. (See inside for more.) [more inside]
Why are there such differences in the updates times or frequencies of various RSS clients? Looking for an alternative to the Google, I'm trying out various readers, specifically InoReader and The Old Reader. If I "mark all as read" in both readers at the same time, two hours later The Old Reader will show (actual example) 67 new items, while InoReader shows 44. This is after refreshing both in my browser. [more inside]
Within the past couple of weeks, I've noticed that a lot of extra info is being displayed in the Firefox address bar when clicking through from my feed reader. How do I stop this from happening? [more inside]
I've been reading the New York Times website using their Article Skimmer. I'm looking for a feed reader—web-based or OS X—that has a similar feel and functionality. [more inside]
How do you arrange your RSS feeds? [more inside]
I have an old Handspring Deluxe. While it doesn't seem at all deluxe these days, it does most of what I ask of it. One bit still baffles me though. I want to take my RSS feeds on the road with it. Here's how I envision this working. I have a Bloglines account. Since I doubt this will be able to directly provide content for my Palm OS device, I'll take the OPML file and pull it into some locally installed aggregator software. Then when I hotsync, my handheld will pull down unread articles. I don't really care if it categorizes articles, though that would be nice. I don't want the hotsync to mark transferred articles as read. Can this be done? How?
What's a good standalone (not web- or browser-based) rss feed reader for WinXP?