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HARO2RSS (Help a Reporter Out via rss)

Something I built on Glitch (previously on MeFi) HARO2RSS is not affiliated with "Help a Reporter Out". This is simply an easier way to consume the queries via rss. If you prefer to get the stories by email, keyword alerts and more - sign up. They have both free and premium plans. [more inside]
posted by pyro979 on Jul 17, 2017 - 0 comments

LitKit: A Curated Index of the Literary Blogosphere

Even in the midst of some technological turbulence (see also: “blogging is dead,” “Google Reader is gone“) there remains a vibrant and enjoyable literary blogosphere. You can still subscribe to a huge number of blogs and join the conversation. I’ve created a tool to help make it easy to do this, so you can get back to reading and posting. Using Silliman’s Blogroll as a starting point, I’ve created an OPML file. This file is a big list of all the RSS feeds of all the blogs on Silliman’s list. The file is designed to be imported into your blog reader of choice. Since Google Reader isn’t around anymore, I recommend Feedly (my current favorite) or Digg Reader (also very good).
posted by dylan_k on Jan 21, 2014 - 1 comment

Maroon, an RSS monitor

This is an RSS tool with a jQuery drag and drop UI. [more inside]
posted by rakish_yet_centered on Apr 2, 2013 - 0 comments

Skimr - simple web based RSS reader

Great for desktops, tablets and smartphones. Can be used without an account or sign up for free to customize the default set of websites on the home page. Websites can be added either by URL or from a directory.
posted by petrkral on Mar 7, 2013 - 9 comments

FeedPope RSS Aggregator

Feedpope is an RSS/Atom aggregator for the overwhelmed. It doesn't keep track of what you've read and what you haven't, and it doesn't even try to show you every post from your favorite sites. So what DOES it do? Feedpope gathers a sampling of updates from your favorite spots on the web, resulting in a mangeable and varied stream of posts to keep you informed and entertained without making the internet seem like another full-time job. Here's a sample installation to play around with. [more inside]
posted by bowbeacon on Sep 3, 2012 - 1 comment

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