I'm looking for a few good rss newsfeeds to put on my google frontpage. And I'm asking for your advice. [more inside]
posted by thecjm
on Oct 18, 2005 -
I need more cancon
in my daily reading! The blogosphere and RSS-news-sphere are very American and I want to round out what I'm reading with a Canadian perspective. What Canadian blogs and bloglike things would I enjoy reading? [more inside]
posted by mendel
on Sep 8, 2005 -
Is there a (free) service that will email me all updates to a particular blog? [more inside]
posted by skryche
on Aug 19, 2005 -
I am now permanently overwhelmed by the amount of information I have access to and want to read. My web favorites and RSS feeds providing news/know how/info are in the thousands, with most however remaining unvisited and unread. I am now trying to devise a scheme which will help me prioritize the sources I should regularly visit/read - perhaps a ratings system based on key variables: Originality, Relevance, Freshness, Popularity, Quality, etc How do you deal with the information flood ? Any suggestions? Any sites that address the same issue?
posted by Voyageman
on Aug 14, 2005 -
How can I add rss feeds like my Audioscrobbler feed, or my delicious feed into my website and make it so its instantly updated on a refresh? I'm currently using http://bigbold.com/rssdigest/, but I want things like my current playlist to update live. Please try to provide a simple or step by step answer as my rss wis a little slow.
posted by Mroz
on Jul 11, 2005 -
When I need a quick fix on the web, I inevitably find myself checking a small handful of feeds in my RSS reader. Mini blogs, link blogs, sidebar blogs -- call them what you will, they all share the same characteristics: plenty of links and not much commentary. Which mini blogs do you read on a regular basis? [more inside]
posted by lewistate
on Jul 1, 2005 -
How do I easily keep my feed subscriptions the same bewteen FeedDemon on Windows and NetNewsWire on Mac OS X? [more inside]
posted by dnm
on Jun 23, 2005 -
Does anyone know of a site with an RSS/XML feed for television listings? In particular, I'd love to find one that I could customize to my favorite channels. I'd also like to find something that would give me the day's listings for a particular genre (such all the movies or sporting events on that day). I've found a site that allows you to get feeds for all the day's listings for specific cable channels (a feed for CNN, a feed for TNT, etc.), but the networks are excluded from this, and I'd like to get a feed that would also tell me what's on the regular networks in the evening.
posted by roundrock
on Jun 13, 2005 -
A number of other sites have asked me for help about putting my RSS feed on their site. Um. Help? more, as they say, inside. [more inside]
posted by filmgeek
on May 24, 2005 -
I really want to add an RSS feed and XML feed to my site... and anything else that everyone is doing. Can someone PLEASE show me the most simplest way/site of adding this essential element to my site?
posted by bamassippi
on May 23, 2005 -
I love the way FireFox automatically shows the little orange button to indicate that an RSS feed is available from a web page I visit. Is there anything comparable for Internet Explorer? An alert or something that automatically displays? I use Bloglines Toolkit but what I want is a visual alert.
posted by garyduke
on Apr 28, 2005 -
I have an old Handspring Deluxe. While it doesn't seem at all deluxe these days, it does most of what I ask of it. One bit still baffles me though. I want to take my RSS feeds on the road with it.
Here's how I envision this working. I have a Bloglines account. Since I doubt this will be able to directly provide content for my Palm OS device, I'll take the OPML file and pull it into some locally installed aggregator software. Then when I hotsync, my handheld will pull down unread articles.
I don't really care if it categorizes articles, though that would be nice. I don't want the hotsync to mark transferred articles as read.
Can this be done? How?
posted by kc0dxh
on Apr 22, 2005 -
Can anyone suggest good PHP books or existing scripts that can help me successfully parse RSS 1.0, 2.0 and Atom 0.3 feeds, then save them to a MySQL database? [more inside]
posted by jeanmari
on Mar 28, 2005 -
I know there have been several RSS-related questions, but I couldn't find the answer to the specific scenario I'm looking for. I want to combine several of my published RSS feeds into a single combined RSS feed. [more inside]
posted by pzarquon
on Mar 23, 2005 -
Bloglines lets you see who is publicly subscribing to your RSS feed. But can you also find out who your current subscribers are with Feedster, MyYahoo, MyMSN and Newsgator?
posted by timyang
on Mar 21, 2005 -
anyone else having difficulty getting into bloglines at the moment? Nothing seems to be there right now. Is this the result of being taken over by the load of idjuts at AskJeeves?
posted by juniorbonner
on Mar 12, 2005 -
A friend wants to include headlines from my website
on his site
. Is there a simple way for him to publish headlines as links using my RSS feed, preferably without the branding of a third party service? [more inside]
posted by neuroshred
on Feb 17, 2005 -
I've finally started to "get" RSS feeds and I'm now reading a lot of stuff through an aggregator. What are the coolest uses for RSS feeds out there? I'm looking for information that isn't just "newest posts" on a blog, or NYT headlines, but something more along the lines of rssweather.com
or Netflix's RSS feeds
. What are the most outside-the-box uses of syndication?
posted by Plutor
on Feb 14, 2005 -
After installing an .htaccess file to prevent direct image-linking, one of my readers pointed out that the alternate replacement image I specified was showing up in my Bloglines feed. Are there other popular web-based aggregators I should grant permission to in my .htaccess file? And does an .htaccess file prevent images from showing up in software-based RSS readers, or just web-based?
posted by Robot Johnny
on Jan 27, 2005 -
Say I need to demonstrate RSS on a computer that is not online. I create an xml file on my hard drive that contains the item 'headlines' and the urls they should lead to. I point firefox to that file as a 'live bookmark' and FeedReader to that file as a feed, but neither of them will show the headlines I created in the heading sidebar. Why not? How can I create my own 'feed' and demonstrate it without actually having that xml file on another computer?
posted by bingo
on Jan 17, 2005 -
I am having a bit of trouble using RSS on Firefox. Whenever I click on one of the little orange RSS boxes, I am taken to a page which states, at the top, "This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below." followed by a code listing that I presume is the document tree mentioned above. Am I supposed to do something with that?
I suspect there is a real simple answer to this that will make me look like a dork, but I can cope with that if it results in figuring this out.
posted by John Smallberries
on Jan 16, 2005 -
I'm completely ignorant here. What's a good program for receiving/reading XML feeds? (Not even sure that I want/need to do this, but I feel like trying it out. Like I said, I don't know what I'm doing.) [more inside]
posted by MrAnonymous
on Oct 29, 2004 -
What's the difference between podcasting and mp3blogging?
posted by Tlogmer
on Oct 25, 2004 -
I am looking for a good server side rss aggregator that will give results in a very simple manner for mobile devices. I would use bloglines but their interface is a mess of frames and things. I'm looking for a few, maybe 10, feeds presented in flat text. MySQL is ok if required.
posted by rhyax
on Oct 7, 2004 -
Is there a web site (or an RSS feed) where I can view all the stories - including local/regional bits - that go out on the AP Wire or similar?
posted by junkbox
on Sep 29, 2004 -
I was attempting to use Jeffrey Veen's "Easiest Way to Publish del.icio.us Links on Your Site" and evidently it isn' t easy enough for me. It states:
"Now visit http://www.feedroll.com/rssviewer/. Enter your RSS address from the previous step into the text field and click 'Udpate.' Soon, you will see your links in a list on that page."
But when I get to that page, I don't see where I can enter my address. The drop down box already has preselected sites. Am I missing something?
posted by justgary
on Sep 27, 2004 -
I love the RSS feature of MyYahoo. I love it so much I want to find something like it, only better. More inside... [more inside]
posted by bondcliff
on Sep 14, 2004 -
What is the easiest way of using my Audioscrobbler RDF feed of my last ten played songs to keep an automated recent listening TypeList on my TypePad weblog?
posted by nthdegx
on Sep 7, 2004 -
What should be done (if anything) about a site that is capitalizing on my site's distinctive name and search engine ranking to popularize itself in a way that is totally unrelated to my site?
I run an RSS feed directory with a distinctive name, reasonably good content, and a decent rank in various search engines. Last night a "watch" application told me that 2 new sites now contain my site's domain name in their URLs.
I took a look at both of these sites, and they are simply embedding my domain name in their URLs so that they have a chance of matching on searches for the name. The actual pages are throwaway filler (as is the entire site).
I'm flattered and insulted.
My site's name is not a trademark (perhaps it should be), and I don't want to draw artificial attention to it by posting a link, and I certainly don't want to link to the offending sites.
Has anyone else had something like this happen to them? What can be done?
posted by jeffbarr
on Aug 25, 2004 -
Which somewhat mature, moderately used RSS readers are under the most active development? [more inside]
posted by effugas
on Aug 11, 2004 -
RSS Feeds: Why?
I like the idea
of feeds, but I haven't found any partcular benefit to them over, say, just visiting their respective websites. Which feeds do you find to be most rewarding -- in and of themselves? And what makes them such a big deal, anyway?
posted by *burp*
on Jun 25, 2004 -
Can anyone recommend something which will monitor web pages and then post changes into an RSS feed. I've tried using things like MyRSS but they don't seem to work very well on pages were the content is non-linear. A Google search offers some results but it would be lovely to know about the good ones.
posted by feelinglistless
on Jun 13, 2004 -
Does anyone know of a free service like Google News alerts, only for Usenet? Filtering in newsreaders won't do: I need alerts from across all available groups; I can't very well subscribe to 40,000 newsgroups and then filter on the client side. If the results came in RSS form, that would be fine, too. Right now, my best option seems to be to save searches at Google Groups to a browser bookmark group.
posted by Mo Nickels
on Jun 3, 2004 -
Which, if any, RSS aggregators can take items from multiple feeds and display them in reverse-chronological order, interfiling items from different feeds? [More Inside] [more inside]
posted by DevilsAdvocate
on May 21, 2004 -
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?
posted by will
on May 9, 2004 -
my partner's weblog's RSS feed is being republished on a Live Journal users friends page, without permission. is it right that your blog can be aggregated and published on another site without permission? have LJ automated copyright theft?
posted by quarsan
on May 5, 2004 -
Make-Your-Own-"Morning Edition": Are there any RSS readers or services that deal exclusively with audio news and audio blogs? I'd love to be able to scan headlines and drag/drop audio links from NPR and other places into a playlist.
posted by PrinceValium
on May 4, 2004 -