I am reading about 30 student blogs this semester and want to combine them into a single stream that can be read with an RSS client. [more inside]
RSS aggregators that can also scrape pages without feeds? [more inside]
Is there an RSS aggregator that (1) does not require an account and (2) provides a unique URL for the feed?
Is there an RSS aggregator that (1) does not require an account and (2) provides a unique URL for the feed? [more inside]
How can I aggregate content from government and NGO websites which update regularly yet don't offer RSS feeds? [more inside]
Do you know of a server-side script for combining RSS feeds, removing duplicates, filtering out items that match keywords, and then generating a new RSS feed as a result? [more inside]
How do I convert RSS feed timestamps to relative timestamps or "time ago", for example: "12 minutes ago?" [more inside]
I want to aggregate some RSS feeds for a group of not-tech-savvy people... [more inside]
What are various methods of displaying external RSS feeds on my site? [more inside]
What are the legal implications of re-publishing full-text entries from another site's RSS feed? Planet sites do it for mostly legitimate purposes, and spam-logs do it for, well, spammy purposes. But are there any laws that apply? The US copyright code doesn't assume the information is already freely available on the internet, so it seems like a grey area. [more inside]
Looking for rss aggregation tools that can be used to publish an aggregated weblog. I've found Planet Planet, does anyone have any other suggestions?