Building and Using an RSS Feed Reader to Find Story Ideas. Presented By: Joe Beckman, CMC Cochair. Drinking Through a Fire Hose. Really Simple Syndication.
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Joe Beckman, CMC Cochair
publishing in the abbreviated notification-oriented format, eliminating
the need to revisit websites throughout the day and manually scan for
new content.” —Time Magazine Tech
pictures go? —Norma Savio
• Netvibes – Popular for iGoogle fans.
• Feedly – Works like Google Reader; the views are customizable and it syncs with various apps.
• NewsBlur – Looks and feels like a desktop reader; it’s free up to 64 sites.
• The Old Reader – Has great sharing features. www.theoldreader.com
• Digg Reader – New feed reader from social news site Digg.
• Pulse – Is image-driven and visual.
• Tiny Tiny RSS – Software that allows you to build your own RSS Reader.
• Skimr– Allows you to easily skim headlines.
• Curata– Filters your content.