Do you know of any good news sites that provide full articles, or at the very least decent sized excerpts, in their RSS feed? [more inside]
How do I convert rss feeds to put on my website? [more inside]
Is there a simple rss feed showing new episodes of US tv tonight? [more inside]
I'd like to have a list of the most recent entries from several RSS feeds somewhere on my WordPress blog. How can I do this? [more inside]
Are there any particularly good RSS feeds for Latin American news? [more inside]
Help me find my Holy Grail RSS Reader Application in Windows. [more inside]
Why does my Wordpress RSS feed only show one post? [more inside]
Removing defunct RSS feeds from blog? [more inside]
I use bloglines for my RSS reader, I have gmail as my email, I want to know is it possible to get new emails via bloglines? [more inside]
I need a recommendation on what CMS / Blogging system to use for my video podcast. My big restriction: The main homepage of my site is flat HTML -- I want it to stay that way, but include a very abbreviated version of the blog (i.e., "links to the last five posts only") on it, via an iframe or something similar. What's the best system to use to do this? [more inside]
Bloglines isn't showing my feeds anymore! I'm using the most updated version of Firefox, and haven't installed any new extensions, but my "feeds" tab no longer shows any feeds! This started happening last night. It shows the "Add, Edit, Clippings" and the "Extras" down below - but no actual feeds. I double checked in the "Edit" option to make sure my feeds were there. I disabled all my extensions. I updated Java. I even searched MeFi and the painfully slow Bloglines forum, but can't seem to figure out why my feeds are missing all of a sudden. I checked in Internet Explorer, and Bloglines is working - I even checked it on my wife's computer running Firefox, and my feed show up. What could possibly be wrong on my machine that their feed tree doesn't show up on my Firefox?
RSS feeds for search/query results in the "careers/open jobs" section of various company websites? More inside: [more inside]
What happened to Fold.com? Was using their beta and it went dark. Boo.
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?
Does anyone know of a web-based rss reader that I can access on a crappy cell phone browser? [more inside]
I have a gig helping someone get up to speed developing marketing capacity for a startup, and one of the first things that we're going to do is make sure good info is coming IN to the company. Please help me figure out the best tools to use! [more inside]
What is the right RSS notifier for me? [more inside]
I've had a couple smaller splogs that gave up after a period of time. However, one splog has persisted and, through volume, is showing up higher in searches than my original posts. What can I do? [more inside]
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]
How do I keep up with interesting comment threads across sites? [more inside]
Blog syndication: What standard (RSS, Atom, etc.) is best for syndicating full blog post contents? [more inside]
Best CMS for user-driven podcasts? I want to set up a site where users will login and submit podcasts, and then be able to access them by each user's RSS feed, or to add them to category feeds etc. Is there a CMS (Drupal, Joomla, etc) that will facilitate this?
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]
I need to try to make a business case that my internet company should start publishing RSS feeds. We like traffic, and my claim is that RSS will bring new traffic in. But I don't have a frame of reference for how much. It would be great to know, for example, what percentage of MetaFilter's users click in from an RSS reader. Any data from CNET or any other site, really, would be helpful. How much traffic growth can RSS drive?
Is there a server-based RSS aggregator that works like Safari RSS? [more inside]
I want to create a page that archives my podcasts with titles, descriptions, and (most important) links to the mp3 enclosures for downloading. [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 scouring the web for a way to get easily-available local-area movie schedules via RSS. Yahoo, Google, and IMDB all present perfectly decent HTML of this information, and there is one My Yahoo to RSS service; sadly, it's ad hoc and frequently fails to set the localization cookie. What am I missing? This should be a revenue oppotunity for the studios and theaters - where is the sweet creamy RSS I crave?
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]
Blogs you love? [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]
Somebody explain the practical side of RSS to me. [more inside]
I'm looking for RSS feeds of Brazilian Portuguese-language newspapers or alternative media. Any suggestions? [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?
I'm looking for a good newsreading program for PC. Something simple yet good. Anyone know of any?
Online RSS Aggregator Recommendations? Netvibes, Pageflakes, etc... [more inside]
What RSS aggregators do you recommend (especially for Firefox)? [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]
What are various methods of displaying external RSS feeds on my site? [more inside]
How can I include RSS visitors to my Web site in my monthly Web stat report?
How could I capture the steady stream of popularly ranked links on a web site (in this case http://del.icio.us/popular/). I thought it would be a snap with an RSS-enabled site - but after googling/trying different RSS readers, I am overwhelmed and have not found a solution. The idea is to capture the links on my hard drive so I don't miss anything if I'm away for a few days. (Bonus if I can weed out the repeats!)
I have an HTML file whose title is Donald. It contains autodiscovery metadata for three RSS feeds, titled Huey, Dewey and Louie. Firefox recognizes the feeds and offers them with these titles. But if I subscribe to one, Firefox labels it Donald -- the title of the original page, not the specific feed. How can I get Firefox to use the feed title instead, to avoid confusing users?
Can I ignore one author's posts on a Wordpress blog, either by crafting RSS feeds or doing something smart with my client? [more inside]
I want to take my bookmarks.html file generated by firefox and run it through a script that checks for rss feeds for the pages and returns the list of rss feeds in a file. Is anyone familiar with a script that can do this? I've been googling for it for a day or two and can't find what I'm looking for.
What's wrong with (my?) CraigsList RSS feeds? [more inside]
RSS to HTML: Why can't my PHP file open remote RSS files? [more inside]
Could someone explain why there is so much hype around RSS? [more inside]