So, I love checking news and at last I have an RSS feed in my browser. What RSS news feeds do you recommend?
A couple websites are taking my RSS feed, placing it on their website with their own ads, and of course doing this without permission. This isn't necessarily a bad thing (backlinks, right), but it sure as heck isn't welcome. I want to send the webmaster a very clear message - taking my stuff without asking is wrong. [more inside]
Joomla filter: I just launched my new blog publicly, and as I did I noticed some things that should've been dealt with previous. So if you're up for a few Joomla related questions, please feel free to take a look. [more inside]
I like reading some people's Twitter feeds, but I don't want to join Twitter. I used to be able to subscribe to individual Twitter feeds via RSS, but Twitter doesn't support direct RSS feeds any more. They recommend "using a 3rd party service." What does this mean? And how can I, a somewhat technologically clueless individual, read individual Twitter feeds on my Google homepage?
Can I publish a one time post to my blog's old RSS feed to alert readers of the new RSS feed's location? [more inside]
I need to be notified on my blackberry of RSS events on a secure authenticated RSS feed. These notifications can be sms texts or preferably plain text emails. They could and should filter for keywords as the site doesn't as far as I can tell. I was thinking of using yahoo pipes but I have no idea how to start but I've heard its a good way to start. [more inside]
I like Ricky Gervais' blog. I would like to keep up with new posts, but I don't want to have to go to his website. He doesn't have an RSS feed, and when I put the URL in Bloglines (my feed reader), it comes back as having no feeds. Short of using some sort of blog 'scraper' to create my own feed (I've tried unsuccessfully to do this), does anyone know if someone has made an RSS feed (through FeedBurner or something) for his blog?
Are ads in RSS feeds possible/good/bad or just ugly? [MI] [more inside]