Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Google Reader RSS Update

I saw an article today which talks about the effect RSS will have when combined with the clout of Internet Explorer, since Vista is the first OS to have IE7 and RSS support built-in. While I think that the writer is overstating the impact RSS will have on computing and the Internet with the launch of Vista, there will be a little effect I'm sure. Most of the computer-savvy people out there are using Firefox anyway. The rest of the article talks about neat stuff you can do with feeds. Here's the link to "Supersize your RSS."

There are also Firefox extensions for RSS, including Wizz RSS which I just installed and am playing around with.

Someone asked me what feeds I subscribe to. Well, I don't have a lot of blogs subscribed just yet, but I am slowly but surely getting a list of blogs and will be adding them to my RSS list as well as my Links sidebar. I took this screenshot right after I saw that first comment.


  1. What COMES around GOES around! LOL!

    RALEIGH, N.C. - The state bar has added ethics charges to a complaint filed against the prosecutor who brought sexual assault charges against three Duke lacrosse players, accusing him of withholding DNA evidence and making misleading statements to the court.

    The new charges by the North Carolina State Bar against Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong were announced Wednesday and could lead to his removal from the state bar, according to a copy of the updated complaint.

  2. http://www.bloglines.com is nice if you don't care for the UI of google reader, and prefer something more traditional.

    Also use google reader if you want google to track everything you search for, and associate it with your google account.