Posts Tagged ‘rss’

Digg Reader Now Allows Data Export

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

This is good news: after Google Reader went away, other RSS feeds are improving their service in an effort to draw more users …

In the wake of the closing of Google Reader at the start of this month, many services beefed up for the onslaught of business, while other new ones suddenly sprung to life. One of those came from Digg, the social sharing site started by Kevin Rose, which has lost some of its prominence in recent times.

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Configure Alerts for News in RSSOwl

Tuesday, September 13th, 2011

Whether you run a blog, or if you’re just interested in keeping up with news feeds, this sounds like a useful program either way …

I currently have 220 different website feeds configured in the desktop feed reader RSSOwl. Not all are technology related but the majority are. Like any other tech enthusiast, I have sites that I’m very interested in. This can be something simple like the Nirsoft blog which pushes out posts whenever a new application has been developed, or the official Opera Desktop team feed to know when a new version of the browser gets released.

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How to Setup News Filters in RSS Reader RSSOwl

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Here’s an interesting trick for those of us who run news blogs …

I have been using the Java based RSS reader for all my feed reading needs for more than a year. Previously I tried to work with other desktop feed readers like FeedDemon and online readers such as Google Reader. In the beginning, I just used the program to read all the news that came in from one of the more than 200 sites that I had added to it.

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Desktop Ticker – Get RSS Feed Updates on Your Desktop

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

This sounds like a convenient way to keep up with news from your favorite websites …

RSS feeds are dominantly used by tech savvy Internet users, say the experts. Even if that is true, it does not seem to have a negative effect on the number of websites that are offering RSS feeds as a service. Most users read RSS feeds either in a desktop software or online. Both methods have their distinct advantages and disadvantages, including storage space requirements, update frequency or customizability.

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How to Import RSS Feeds into Opera

Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

This is exactly the sort of thing that Opera needs; a feature that some other browsers don’t have yet …

I’m currently testing new RSS feed readers, and one of the programs that I have been looking at is the RSS reader in Opera, or more precisely in Opera’s Mail module. RSS Feeds have been supported for quite some time in Opera.

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Combine Multiple RSS Feeds with Yahoo Pipes

Tuesday, April 26th, 2011

Here’s an interesting tool for bloggers, as well as others who routinely collect postings from several different RSS feeds …

Mike just emailed me asking for a way to combine all of his author feeds from all websites he is writing for to publish all of his articles as a single feed on his Facebook page. There are lots of services out there that can combine RSS feeds into one feed. This can be handy for a variety of reasons. You may want to use it for publication reasons, just like Mike did. It can also be handy for a chronological overview, for instance by combining authority feeds about a specific topic.

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How to Create Custom RSS Feeds

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

If you’re interested in sharing or syndicating the articles that you write for your website, here’s how …

Real Simple Syndication (RSS) makes it a lot easier to keep up to date with the latest updates on Internet services and websites. Many websites nowadays offer RSS feeds to provide their readers with an alternative to visiting the site manually, or subscribing to an e-mail newsletter.

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