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December 21, 2008 RSS Feeds page

The eBook Store at Sony RSS Feeds

November 16, 2008

The eBook Store at Sony RSS Feeds page. You need an account to access the feeds

November 15, 2008 – Get real time notifications and updates on items that you track on the internet like craigslist ads, job postings, and breaking news

Introducing FeedBeater

November 2, 2008

“If you have a URL that you would like to syndicate, FeedBeater will beat the RSS out of it.

Slow Feed Movement: 7 Tools to Filter the RSS Flood

November 1, 2008

“For the last couple of days we’ve been asking people: how do you cope with all the info that bombards you through your RSS feeds, Twitter and similar services? When you’re young and eager to soak in as much info as you can, you’re happy to be flooded with the stuff. But, it can’t go on forever. So, how do you make sense of it, and filter out the junk?” – Mashable


Sanyo intros photo frame with e-mail, RSS feeds

October 28, 2008

Sanyo on Tuesday announced the upcoming release of its 7-inch digital photo frame, the HNV-M70, featuring a 16:9 aspect ratio and LCD resolution of 800×480 pixels. The ALBO-series frame has the ability to display JPEG- or BMP-format photos sent to it via e-mail or text from cellphones or uploaded via more traditional methods. A built-in 802.11b/g Wi-Fi module and network support allows users to sync their photo collections from web-based albums such as Picasa Web Album and Photo Warehouse. The frame also supports RSS feeds, capable of receiving and displaying updates from up to 10 different websites – MNM Media

Articles in RSS feeds will not drive traffic from website, says Guardian development head

October 28, 2008

The Guardian’s decision to publish full-text articles within its RSS feeds will not undermine the paper’s website, the developer behind the change has said. Subscribers to’s RSS feeds will now be able to read text content in full through a feed reader without having to visit the paper’s site, following last week’s launch. It will not drive readers away from the website, Matt McAlister, head of the Guardian Developer Network, told Rather, the new RSS format would be complementary to, he said. – Mousetrap Media Ltd Domain Name set for US$750,000 sale

October 11, 2008

“Sedo has been appointed by Torex Retail Holdings (Torex(TM)) to oversee the sale of With the development of the Internet, Really Simple Syndication (RSS) has emerged as the industry standard term which describes the delivery of automated news feeds over the web. With over 3,810,000,000 page results for ‘rss’ in Google, businesses can use the name as a powerful asset to attract new customers, boost search engine rankings and grow online advertising revenues. Since being parked and monetised through Sedo, the name averages 20,000 unique views a month. is planned to go up for auction on in October with a $750,000 USD reserve. Buyers can submit their interest either by contacting Sedo directly or by visiting and searching for the Internet domain name”

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October 11, 2008

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