I'm not fond of Feedly's insistence that you log in using a Google account. Searching for an RSS reader to replace it. [more inside]
I subscribe to too many RSS feeds that publish too many items and I can't take it anymore. Help me pare down to something resembling "essentials." [more inside]
Is there a good way to keep track of everything I am interested in that is updating online? Some kind of huge private dashboard that is customizable. RSS feeds alone aren't getting it done. [more inside]
What happened to the RSS feeds for Yahoo! News most popular and most emailed stories? [more inside]
Hello, I am trying to set a RSS feed using Microsoft outlook for www.reddit.com/r/programming reddit and hackernews(news.ycombinator.com). Outlook is my mail client to check my office mails. (email server using - POP3) Bu when I say Subscribe now, it it opens outlook on my windows-PC ,but gives an error as below :- "Outlook cannot download the RSS content from http://www.reddit.com/rss because of problem connecting to server. Same error occurs when I tried to subscribe to hackernews(http://news.ycombinator.com/rss as well. So something to do with Outlook settings or something? This is at office PC which is behind a router/firewall. http://news.ycombinator.com/rss 1.What is the problem here. Do I need to change some setting in outlook for this RSS feed? 2.How can i fix this to see Hackernews RSS feeds using my outlook?
i need to gather data from paginated tables and return them as a feed or something that can be easily pulled as a query into excel. [more inside]
My iPhone news reader app was rejected from the App Store for what looks like copyright reasons. What should I do to get it accepted after all? [more inside]
RSS aggregators that can also scrape pages without feeds? [more inside]
I'm trying to run some PHP scripts via the CLI instead of over HTTP. How do I make them play nice? [more inside]
I'm looking for a very simple rss updater to replace Rososo. Any suggestions? [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]
So frustrated... For the past two months my GoogleReader has been making my unread items expire (i.e., not show up in the "new items" feed view) in far less than the standard 30 days. Right now I've got things about 10 days old, at one point it was down to three or four days. Why? And how the heck can I fix this? Old news is still good news! [more inside]
In search of website, blogs, etc that keep up with federal and state (specifically NC) policies that affect families with children with developmental and physical disabilities? [more inside]
I use Wordpress 2.7. How do I edit the RSS feed(s)? Please help me troubleshoot my situation ... [more inside]
Is there an easy way to combine multiple blogs posts into a single, daily RSS item? [more inside]
Why are there no items in the category feeds of my self-hosted WordPress blog even though my overall feed is fine?
Why are there no items in the category feeds of my self-hosted WordPress blog even though my overall feed is fine? [more inside]
How do I get a list of all the blogs I'm subscribed to, plus their URLs? [more inside]
I'd like to set up a 'lifestream' on my website, logging all my online activities automatically and in real-time, similar to Friendfeed but that doesn't require me to be part of someone's idea of the perfect social network. Is this possible and if so, how? [more inside]
What options do I have for a good web- (preferred) or desktop(Windows)-based RSS reader that has good options for managing older posts within feeds? [more inside]
Why does my new Google Reader account show me old (read) postings when my old one didn't? [more inside]
One of the most obnoxious features of Thunderbird-as-RSS-reader is that when checking feeds it will display "http://feedurl.com/feed.xml is not a valid feed" in the status bar, but there doesn't seem to be any actual log of the broken ones anywhere, nor does there seem to be any way to view the errors as a list. I can export my list of feeds to an OPML file, but the only OPML validators i've been able to find online only tell me if the opml file itself is a valid format, not whether any of the linked-to xml files are either 404-ing or otherwise broken. This leads to me to my followup: 1) Is there any way for Thunderbird to give me a list of feeds it considers to be broken and unretrievable OR 2) is there an online service that can take an opml file and check the links for validity?
I'd like a Flash video player of my video podcast on the web site, and a high-quality (960x540 should work) video file in the podcast feed. I'm currently using WordPress and PodPress to manage the feed and video. But I can see why some people who don't want to install QuickTime might not be able to see the show. [more inside]
I'm looking to streamline my process of browsing RSS feeds and websites. [more inside]
Looking to parse an RSS feed and pull all the links out, and then turn links into a new feed. [more inside]
I use google reader as a feed reader. Recently some of my feeds seem to be getting doubled up. I don't really know what happening but when i read I will see and article and then a day later the same story will show up as unread again. It is really starting to bug me. Any ideas?
I'm looking for blogs that are focused on linking to good, interesting photos. The type of photo doesn't really matter. Photojournalism and fine art, landscapes, nature, street, wildlife, etc are all great (oversaturated stock photos that look like they belong on inspirational posters are not great). I'm not looking for blogs that feature the work of a single photographer. I am looking for blogs that express the POV of one person or a small group of people about what they find interesting. [more inside]
Can I "post" to Del.icio.us from Google Reader? [more inside]
I need more feeds! Looking for recommendations for feeds along the following: [more inside]
Is there an RSS feed from which I can pull updating weather information for Mount Kilimanjaro's summit?
I want to aggregate some RSS feeds for a group of not-tech-savvy people... [more inside]
Where can I find cheap or free data feeds for movies in theatres and new DVD releases for use in a commercial website?
Where can I get free or low cost movie feeds / data sources for use in a commercial website? [more inside]
How can I get Sage to just skip bad feeds that won't load? In particular, Metafilter and Ask Metafilter. [more inside]
Are there any particularly good RSS feeds for Latin American news? [more inside]
Removing defunct RSS feeds from blog? [more inside]
I'm looking to keep in tune with the funny side of life and even improve my sense of humour. Basically I find if I regularly read jokes I seem to enjoy life more and even start making ones up myself. I like using rss to keep up with my favourite sites and I really love the idea of a website where people submit new jokes everyday and they are put into a feed which I can easily access. Does anything like this exist?
I'd like to be able to download unread articles from Bloglines to my Palm T|X via the Wifi - no PC sync involved. [more inside]
Blog syndication: What standard (RSS, Atom, etc.) is best for syndicating full blog post contents? [more inside]
Bloglines always shows me duplicates of many Daily Kos posts (even though I have "Updated Items" set to "Ignore"). Is there a way that I can work around this, weed the duplicates out somehow? Perhaps using a middle-man of some kind? [more inside]
What's the best RSS reader? [more inside]
Looking for a tool that can take multiple RSS feeds, strip duplicate entries and output a single feed. None of the RSS meshing tools I'm seeing seem to offer the duplicate removal. I'm subscribed to searches through 20+ feeds to make sure I catch all available references of a URL on blogs, courtesy of MonitorThis, but the number of duplicates is becoming a big problem.
I have been using reblog to combine two feeds (for a blog and a forum) which I then publish through Feedburner. What I want to do is have the blog part of my feed update normally (i.e. individual posts) and the forum part of my feed compiled into a daily link list (which itself is published as if it were ONE feed post each day)... What ways exist for me to do this? [more inside]
FeedFilter! How do I: a) get bloggers to tag their posts about X with “X”; b) subscribe to the “X” tag via RSS; c) feed the “X”-tagged posts into a non-profit web site I run about X? [more inside]
What is the point of non-advertising-based RSS aggregator bot blogs? [more inside]
Need an rss feed for flights from New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Lafayette for Netvibes.com. Anybody know of a feed service or a way to work around getting it on the page?
Online RSS Aggregator Recommendations? Netvibes, Pageflakes, etc... [more inside]
I'm looking for something that periodically checks new RSS feeds every X hours, accumulates the feeds on a server, and then outputs a new RSS feed with all the accumulated posts [more inside]
I'm starting a new blog on a wide-ranging and ever-shifting set of topics, and I want to let my readers choose which of those topics to follow via RSS. I could offer tons of separate feeds, but many of these would be ephemeral, so I'd want to make it really easy to unsubscribe. Ideally, each user would get a single custom feed, the content of which they could control from my site (see here and here). Is there any way of doing this? [more inside]
Is there a website where you can sign up for a RSS feed, put in your cell phone number and have the new feed info come to your phone as a text message?
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