Category Archives: RSS
I just wanted to say congratulations to Greg! “DENVER, CO – June 23, 2004 – NewsGator Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of content aggregation tools and services, announced today that it has closed a round of funding with Mobius Venture … Continue reading
Congrats to Greg Reinacker! His newly released NewsGator Media Center Edition is a proof of concept for things to come. Specifically with the syndication of multimedia content via RSS enclosures. However, the combination of RSS and PVR’s is not new. … Continue reading
For a little over a year I have been using a modified version of Julian Bond’s Google News to RSS script to pull news searches into my aggregator. I even had it pulling news feeds into a corporate intranet until … Continue reading
BTW, If you’ve been annoyed as I have with ./‘s half-hearted RSS feed, which only includes a brief summary of each post and none of the threads, then you’ll be keen on AlterSlash‘s full post Slashdot RSS feed that includes … Continue reading
Perhaps I’m late to mention this because I missed the local news feature the first time I looked at Topix, but thanks to Tim Bray’s recent comments, I took another look at Topix’s beta targeted news service and to my … Continue reading
Ray Matthews of Utah State Library Division has published an excellent tutorial on the various methods for searching RSS feeds. I think the best part is the comprehensive list of RSS-related search engines and tools.
The Well-Formed Web has made available a Google2Atom web service that will generate an Atom feed from a Google search query However, you’ll need your Google API key to generate the feed.
Yes, indeed it’s true yourmom.com now has her very own set of RSS feeds! I’m sure you’ll sleep better with this wonderful news. In fact, there’s more! Your mom even comes in Atom 0.1 format — thanks to FeedCreator class … Continue reading
Heh, RobotPolishers’ has created RSS feeds of MTA’s services updates for the NYC Subway over at Disorient Express: “So out of frustration, sheer geekiness and a desire to toy around with RSS, I decided to put together some feeds of … Continue reading
Turn any mailing list into an RSS feed by using Tom Dyson’s clever little Mailbucket.org service. I’ve actually been thinking of cobbling together a similar service that I could use to aggregate all of my various POP3 and Web-based email accounts … Continue reading
Very cool! I just read on Library Stuff that you can now use My Yahoo as an RSS news aggregator. If you’re already a member, click on the following link to add the “blog” module. Add the Blog Module Next, … Continue reading
Ram Duraikannu has just emailed me about his new service that converts (almost) any craigslist mailing list into an RSS 2.0 feed. For example, the following feed is of Bikes for sale in the New York Metro Area: http://www.rightho.com/craigs.cgi?url=http://newyork.craigslist.org/bik/ Nice … Continue reading
Great quotes from Chad Dickerson’s latest InfoWorld column, RSS Killed the Infoglut Star : “…explaining to the uninitiated why RSS newsreaders are so compelling can be a little frustrating. There’s a certain jene sais quoi about RSS that reminds me … Continue reading
There’s a lively discussion on diveintomark about the road map for a new syndication format (i.e. a new version or RSS), which is in-and-of-itself a discussion of sorts on Sam Ruby’s Wiki currently known as Pie, but that name may … Continue reading
The folks over at Blogstreet have released an RSS-to-IMAP service called Info Aggregator, which is pretty slick. (link via Blogroots) However, it’s unlikely that I’ll be moving from NewsGator even though using the IMAP protocol does provide some alternative client … Continue reading