RSS Feed Where One Doesn't Exhist
September 13, 2005 9:06 PM   Subscribe

Is there any way I can get an RSS feed for a site that doesn't publish one? I really want to access's Trailer page (which totally rocks) via Bloglines.
posted by JPowers to Technology (10 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
You could ask this guy to scrape the site and make a feed for you for just two and a half Euros. (Discussed on Metafilter.)
posted by teg at 9:27 PM on September 13, 2005

You say that they don't publish one, but they do have lots of feeds, including a general feed where they announce all new trailers. Sorry if you already know this; I can commiserate, as I have to scour the net all the time to find people who have made feeds of pages I want to track.
posted by scazza at 9:52 PM on September 13, 2005

Best answer: I think this site allows you to do what you want.
posted by jikel_morten at 10:16 PM on September 13, 2005

Best answer: For sites that don't have feeds, I set up an e-mail subscription on Bloglines and use an e-mail reminder service to send me reminders to check the sites.
posted by hootch at 11:17 PM on September 13, 2005

Try this
posted by Mave_80 at 5:11 AM on September 14, 2005

I have a similar question. I asked toothpastefordinner to set up an RSS feed and got a snarky 'no' response. I may ask for the scrape mentioned above, but is there any other source for TFD feeds?
posted by clgregor at 10:56 AM on September 14, 2005

Response by poster: Thanks! The two answers I marked as best worked best.
posted by JPowers at 8:48 PM on September 14, 2005

Forget toothpaste for dinner. drew's too busy selling books and t-shirts to care about his web presence.
posted by Eamon at 9:36 AM on September 15, 2005

For relatively simple websites, I use the bloglines email subscription function with ChangeDetection--they email you when the website changes rather than having to set your own reminders.
posted by reflexed at 3:54 AM on September 22, 2005

Soneone followed up with me on the Toothpaste For Dinner Feed. I believe that Drew has one of his own (atom) via live journal, but here's another made by 'lucas' who writes, "if you do post it please also write that I only made it because he refused to fix his own."
posted by clgregor at 6:21 AM on August 28, 2006

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