I'm looking for an iOS iPhone RSS reading application that will queue up additions Instapaper or other read later service while offline. Most that I've tried require you to be online, which stinks since I read the news on the subway a lot. I've researched like crazy but most apps or reviews don't give details on this feature in their descriptions so it's hard to know, and I can't buy them all. There is one, called Byline, but it hasn't been updated in a year and has tons of crashes when in offline mode, which defeats the purpose.
How can I make a sharable aggregate of interesting news and blog articles with a set URL? [more inside]
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]
How does the Metafilter Deleted Threads blog pull info and then publish it automatically? [more inside]
The title says it all. Is there an iPad Rss/Google Reader app with a passcode lock for privacy? I tried accessing GReader in a third party web browser which has a passcode lock but the website's a bit crappy.
I would like to scrape information from an RSS feed into an Excel-readable text file for a completely legal non-copyright violating use. In a better world, I'd have access to the database that generates the feed, but since this ain't a perfect world it appears that scraping is my best bet. Are there tools that will help me automate this, or programming tutorials that will help me figure it out myself (it's been 15 years since I last write any code beyond simple SQL queries)? [more inside]
Has anyone come up with a good replacement for Google Reader's (now-defunct) "Note in Reader" feature? "Sharing to G+" is NOT THE SAME, and emailing articles is annoying compared to the ease of pressing one tiny little button. [more inside]
Is there an online RSS feed reader, with a Readability-like feature, that takes me straight to formatted text when I click on a news item? No extra clicks on readability or instapaper buttons please. [more inside]
Please recommend me a well-designed iPad feed reader that doesn't require Google Reader to use. [more inside]
I want to promote a podcast by auto-posting to social media using the RSS feed. However, the links that post go to my website and not to the individual podcasts. What can I do to make this work? [more inside]
PopUrls as a single RSS feed? [more inside]
How can I create a blog like page with links I tweet? More details inside [more inside]
Question about Wordpress: how to restrict its RSS feed to one post type, using Feedburner or another method? [more inside]
Does anyone know how to make the photographs appear in The Guardian's RSS feeds in Google Reader? [more inside]
What's the best way to create a re-sharing blog, now that Google Reader is gone? [more inside]
Websites like Livejournal? RSSing? Cross-Posting? Questions inside. [more inside]
Google Reader's social features just went dark. I'm distraught. What are my alternatives? [more inside]
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]
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]
Sometimes when I have a more than a week's backlog of unread posts on Google Reader, I notice that it will suddenly forget a couple of days' worth of unread items, annoying me to no end. Has anyone else noticed this and/or has tips for how to prevent this from happening? [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]
I run a tumblr blog. Every day I post a Lego-related photo or video, mostly culled from Flickr. To facilitate this, I have subscribed to the RSS feed for the "lego" tag, so that I get in my feed reader every image tagged with "lego". This is a lot of images; it's not unusual for me to go through over 500 images a day. [more inside]
What is the best way to get as-real-time-as-possible alerts of updates to a blog? [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?
Looking for an RSS feed of just the right amount of video game news. [more inside]
Service for converting my email list subscriptions to an RSS feed? Referring to emails sent TO me, not from me. [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?
[Not-wanting-to-reinvent-the-wheel web filter] looking for a particular way of implementing blog posts onto static site. Please hope me save time. RSS question inside. [more inside]
Please help with RSS/Atom feed suggestions that are both interesting and easily read, in full, via Google Reader's mobile version. [more inside]
How do services that create a full-text RSS feed when a site only offers partial feeds actually work? As example, fulltextrssfeed.com.
Need help scheduling a unix task under Mac OS. Probably an easy question for those who understand such things. [more inside]
What interesting 'X of the day' RSS feeds do you read? [more inside]
I'm looking for a way to have Instagram photos automatically transferred into a Facebook album. I have the Instagram iPhone app upload to Posterous, but I can't find a way to automatically transfer the actual images (rather than links posted to my wall) to a FB album. I'm open to pretty much any solution (app, RSS, etc.)
Blog Help Filter: I am looking for a way by which I can have an RSS feed (consolidated from various sources and filtered - using Yahoo pipes) end up into a blog as draft posts. I would then edit, delete, modify these entires and post them in real time or at a predefined time. I am open to most blogging platforms such as: 1. Tumblr 2. Posterous 3. Blogger 4. Wordpress Does something like this exist for those of us who cannot program? And, is there a way to do this with twitter? I know I can post on twitter when I update a blog but is the reverse possible? I know it is a weird request. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks
How do I create an RSS feed to filter news items based on about 300 keywords? [more inside]
I want my tumblr 'likes' to be readable via RSS. Tumblr does allow you to export your data (including 'likes') by xml or json via their API. Unfortunately I have no clue how to get started and would appreciate any help. Thanks.
I use Yahoo for my RSS feeds but for some reason, some sites that are actually being updated are not updating on my page. Any idea why this might be and what I can do about it? [more inside]
Can you help me find the address of the rss feed for Robert Christgau's blog, Expert Witness? I've tried fiddling around with the url, but nothing seems to work. If there really is no feed, is there some 3rd party tool which I could use to make one? Thanks. [more inside]
RSS for Twitter feed - how to find? [more inside]
I was looking at the webpage for a sci-fi webcomic called Drive, and I noticed that the web designer had included a modified version of the RSS icon that meshed very nicely with the feel of the webpage. I was wondering if anyone else had noticed any other websites that had similarly jazzed up (or down, I guess) the RSS icon to better fit their page. To be clear, I'm not just looking for fancy versions of the icon (Google image search turns up hundreds of those), but instances of altered icons being used well in actual webpages. [more inside]
I plan to do a daily photo blog on a site such as Tumblr or Flickr. I'd like automatic updates posted to my Facebook profile on a weekly basis, instead of every time I upload a new photo. Is there a way to automate this? I'm guessing it will involve RSS. Totally willing to use a 3rd party app/widget/site.
Help me maintain a superficial knowledge of sports with minimal effort. [more inside]
Google Reader filter (literally): How do I get rid of all the LOLCATS, Cheezburger, Epic Fails, World of Warcraft GOLD blogs, Pitchfork Music , Bit Torrent Movie Downloads and MMO Champion articles from my Recommended Items? [more inside]
I'd like to have an RSS feed for Bloomberg News, specifically for their environment reporting, that I can put into Google Reader. The problem is, Bloomberg News discontinued RSS feeds in 2006. None of the workarounds I've found are satisfactory: This one, for example, tries to use Google News, but it wouldn't really work for my purposes. (Using
"environment" site:bloomberg.comas my search string wouldn't necessarily return all news items related to the environment -- a story just about renewable energy, for example, not its environmental benefits, wouldn't show up at all.) There's also Feedity, but they want you to pay to have feeds with any sort of functionality, which I'd rather not do if I don't have to. Page2RSS is closer to the mark, but the output is messy (multiple stories in the same feed item). Businessweek.com, which is owned by Bloomberg News, offers RSS feeds with Bloomberg News, but they don't allow for narrowing down on just the environment reporting. Is there a solution out there that's better? [more inside]
RSS-to-email: In which I lament the late, lamented RSSfwd, and look for a replacement service. [more inside]
Alternatives to Jezebel.com? Blogs "for women" that aren't awful? [more inside]
I can't seem to keep track of online events - what tool or workflow should I use? [more inside]
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]
What's the cleanest way for me to import Tumblr feeds into a second Tumblr blog? [more inside]