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]
Anyone know of an RSS reader for iPhone that supports SSL and authentication, and does NOT use an online aggregator? [more inside]
Help me find the perfect rss reader for my HTC Ozone. [more inside]
Taming Firefox mouse behavior... [more inside]
How do I make everything appear in plain text in Mozilla Thunderbird? (using version 22.214.171.124 on Windows XP). I do not want to see any images, don't want to be asked if I want to see them, and I don't want anything to appear in HTML, including RSS feeds. I don't want to see people's cutesy stationary or Twitter's background colors when it notifies me of a new follower. I want black text on a white background, et rien de plus. [more inside]
Which quality newspapers and other news services provide full-text RSS feeds? I'm looking for a world, national, and also sources specific to California news and politics. Alternatively, what are some MacGyver-style ways to make a full-text RSS feed for my current favorites? [more inside]
I hate feed aggregation software. I want to set something like this up (which uses this), but I know nothing about Python. Are there any alternatives? [more inside]
What's a good alternative for Google Reader? My employer just started blocking Google Reader (via Websense), saying that it's using up too much bandwidth. (Yeah, sounds funny to me, too.) I suspect there's some alternatives that aren't blocked, but I really love Google Reader and miss being able to jump into it at work. I appreciate any suggestions. [more inside]
Can I use Yahoo Pipes to create a feed that contains a bunch of other feeds added by other people? [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]
I'm trying to map protests in the United States, but I'm grappling with data sources (and will eventually tangle with data management). Any ideas? [more inside]
Looking for some RSS feeds with heavy doses of schadenfreude. [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a hosted newsletter delivery service (like ConstantContact.com) that offers the ability to automatically import headlines and links from RSS feeds into HTML e-mail newsletter templates? Or some other mechanism whereby I can use a feed to eliminate the need to manually assemble website update newsletters? [more inside]
I have become addicted to a certain website (RSS feed actually) that makes snarky criticism about major advertising campaigns. Can you recommend other similar blogs? Everytime I google for keywords based on their domain I get (nonsurpirsingly) very spammy results. [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]
Is there an application that will automatically take my ready-to-publish podcasts from my local PC, and upload them to a website and publish their links to an RSS feed? [more inside]
How can I juice up a foo.wordpress.com site? Specifically I want a better statcounter, but any other cool stuff you recommend would be nice, too. [more inside]
How do I share images securely through an RSS feed? [more inside]
Bloglines is broken again. When it works, rarely, seldom perfectly, even then not for long, it's an excellent service. I dislike Google reader, it lacks, for me, the ease of reading. Maybe I need to try harder. But I wonder why someone doesn't buy Bloglines and make it work. Who ever runs it now can't seem to do it properly. Why doesn't someone buy it and fix it, or why isn't there a competitor that provides a reader that works. Besides Google reader are there any readers out there I don't know about?
Can I filter out previously posted URIs from a delicious RSS feed for a specific tag? [more inside]
Is there an RSS reader (or something along those lines) that will allow me to view the blog in its original format? [more inside]
Why won't this RSS feed update in FeedDemon? [more inside]
I'd like to post pictures to flickr or similar, and pull in the RSS feed of the photos I post with a photo frame I hope to give my parents. [more inside]
Google News atom feeds not working. Any ideas? [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 pride myself as being a pretty savy internet user. However, I am embarassed to say that I do not understand the RSS concept or even how it works. I have read about it and all but still my mind goes blank when I try to figure out how to use it in my day to day life online. Any suggestions for websites that explain it all so I can see if I can or should be expanding my use of it?
I want an e-mail or RSS update that tells me all the shows I want to watch that day and give me a brief synopsis of said episode. Is there anything like this out there? [more inside]
Is there any way to make GoogleReader (or another RSS/feed reader) limit the concentration of posts I see from any given website? [more inside]
This morning I opened Thunderbird to check my favourite feeds and an entire subfolder has gone missing. I'm quite certain I didn't delete it accidently. I'm running XP, Thunderbird is V 126.96.36.199. The remainder of my feeds appear to be intact including a subfolder with several feeds in it. Where did they go? [more inside]
Facebook + Organization Page + Import blog. Is it possible? [more inside]
Dealing with RSS news feed information overload? [more inside]
I would like to take a given RSS feed (e.g. MetaFilter's feed), and create a derivative feed containing only the items with YouTube links in the content, with the destination URLs changed to the YouTube links (rather than the source of those links). Does something like this already exist? If not, what's the simplest way to create it? I can write code if necessary, but would rather not if there's an alternative. [more inside]
Can anyone recommend an RSS reader that can be configured to issue an audio alert when a feed updates with a new item?
I use Wordpress 2.7. How do I edit the RSS feed(s)? Please help me troubleshoot my situation ... [more inside]
How can I aggregate content from government and NGO websites which update regularly yet don't offer RSS feeds? [more inside]
Is there a site that offers an RSS feed (or something similar) of new book releases? [more inside]
How can I cut down the amount of time I spend reading daily blogs yet still find the stories I feel are interesting and keep everything streamlined and organized? [more inside]
Can I import my Firefox bookmarks into Google Reader? [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]
What are some great non-English blogs that I should be reading? [more inside]
Profiting from the Feed Icon ? [more inside]
What some straight-forward ways for me to have certain, handpicked items from an existing third-party RSS feed roll into an RSS feed that I would be creating, which will then be used by TwitterFeed?
My nonprofit employer paid a lot of money for a custom PHP calendar that is not extensible, and I need to add at least RSS now. [more inside]
Looking for a way to build a calendar of new/future album releases in GCal. Currently hand-entering release dates found on Amazon and elsewhere. There is bound to be a better way to do this with RSS, etc. Would like to be able to specify genre(s) and filter out re-issues, singles, EPs, multiple formats, etc - leaving only simple top results for full-length discs. This may be simpler than I am imagining, but should indeed be possible, even if it means using someplace besides Amazon as my source.
When I add a feed to my reader, do I want RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0 or Atom? What's the practical difference?
A way to use an RSS reader to read webcomics/blog from the very first entry? [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 are people organizing their information (professional and personal) in this day and age? What kind of system is flexible enough to cope with multiple data types (PDFs, DOCs, short text notes, hyperlinks, ...), efficient during collection (when browsing the Web, when reading documents, ...) and won't get in my way when I try to use it? [more inside]