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RSS Readers 11 years 5 months ago #8094

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Hi All,

I'm hoping that someone can suggest a good RSS Reader. I have tried a couple but wasn't happy with the interface. So if anyone can pass along a reader that they are happy with I would be greatful.

Thanks for your help!
Stephanie
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Re: RSS Readers 11 years 5 months ago #8098

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I started off using RSS clients, but I found www.bloglines.com and have not looked back since. It's web based, so I can use it from home and work and it works brilliantly.
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Thanks! 11 years 5 months ago #8115

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DaLight,

Thank you for the link. I agree web based it better. The less apps I have to add to my laptop the happier I am!

One more favor! What are some of your favorite or most informative subscriptions on bloglines.com?

Thanks again!
Stephanie
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Blogs 11 years 5 months ago #8159

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I've heard a few people discussing blogs. I'm curious - what's out there that I'm missing, and how might I find it useful?
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Re: RSS Readers 11 years 5 months ago #8164

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Stephanie:

You can access my Blog list at www.bloglines.com/public/dalight. My subscription mix consists mainly of the standard techie feeds: Slashdot, The Register and of course Dilbert! I also have feeds for Security updates from Microsoft, BBC News Headlines amongst others.

TheBishop:

To answer your question, I use my blog reader as my one stop information source. Instead of going to my regular websites, I simply use my blog reader, in this case web-based bloglines.com, to fetch the latest news items. It presents the headlines and I click on the items of interest. It saves so much time and since it's web-based, it "remembers" which items I've read no matter where I login from. You can also get a Windows, Firefox, IE, MAC OS X, Unix/KDE notifier which polls your blog roll to see if any new items have come in.

Any website that provides an RSS feed can be added to your blog roll.
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Re: RSS Readers 10 years 9 months ago #12337

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For something simple, I kind of like "yarssr" on linux.
If there's one thing I hate, it's everything.
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