So, you wanted to follow this nice website for new content, but it doesn’t have an RSS feed yet? Don’t worry, because Inoreader got you covered, again!Introducing Web feedsWhenever you see a web page with a series of updates, be it news articles, blog posts, classifieds, product updates, wea… https://blog.inoreader.com/2020/04/convert-almost-any-webpage-into-rss-feed-with-inoreaders-web-feeds.html
I only had to add another entry / line to “Manage / RSS Subscription options”: URL: https://www.inoreader.com/feed/%s; description: Inoreader The %s does the proper rewriting for critical characters itself.
E.g. Jenkins (the automation server) provides RSS feeds describing job build histories. Perfect means to survey build results, and an approach that comes with Jenkins out of the box, one that does not create and send e-mail messages — a rather stupid overhead. I got the idea of using Outlook for feed reading, when I came… Continue reading Microsoft Outlook as feed reader — if the feed needs any authentication, use IE for that — that’s because Outlook and IE share their cookie store
It resembles Google Reader really, really a lot. InoReader.com InoReader.com/forum the RSS Subscription Extension (by Google) (a Chrome / Chromium browser extension) lets you add a subscription to your InoReader
Google will shut down Google Reader on 2013-07-01. I like(d) Firefox Sage a lot, but it does not synchronise between my various devices, so I really only consider web-based feed readers. Competing web-based feed readers: InoReader.com – looks best to me (I selected InoReader as my GR replacement); InoReader.com/forum feedly.com – at least one organisational level; comes… Continue reading a few remarks Google Reader and its competitors
The demise of Google Reader: Stability as a service: Om Malik’s brief post on the demise of Google Reader raises a good point: If we can’t trust Google to keep successful applications around, why should we bother trying to use their new applications, such as Google Keep? Given the timing, the name is ironic. I’d… Continue reading The demise of Google Reader: Stability as a service
NewsBlur http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Google-Reader-to-close-down-1823206.html : NewsBlur is free for up to 12 feeds and an unlimited Pro version is available from $1 a month. Currently however, the service is experiencing heavy loads and, at the time of writing, was barely usable.
If you use Google Reader for reading a feed on Google Feedburner, you can go back and back and back and … in time, but if you simply download the feed (as XML), the file is pretty finite and short. Q: How do they do that? Q: How do I get such a longer feed XML… Continue reading how can Google Reader go further back in time on a Feedburner feed than the XML shows me?