RSS on Handspring
April 22, 2005 9:17 AM   Subscribe

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 to Computers & Internet (3 answers total)
You might want to try They use AvantGo to suck in RSS feeds for PDAs.
posted by SteveInMaine at 9:29 AM on April 22, 2005

What if you aggregated RSS feeds using Kinja or whatever, then used Plucker to grab the page?
posted by craniac at 11:31 AM on April 22, 2005

Thank you for asking this question--it's another case of someone else asking the *exact question* I was going to ask.

Related, is that FeedDemon (Windows-only, bummer) can sync with bloglines in this way, but I too want it for my Palm.
posted by RikiTikiTavi at 2:51 PM on April 22, 2005

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