Archive for April, 2007


April 28, 2007

Flaremaker – a simple to use tool which allows you to create your own RSS feeds. It gives you the option to use just the rss feed or produce html to embed RSS feeds in your own website – (the feeds can be your own or external RSS feeds). Flaremaker also allows you to use the same feed in your signature. The tool captures statistics on individual feed items


April 27, 2007

iNewsCaster acts as an information aggregator, collecting information on News, Web sites, weblogs, podcasting and any syndicated feed, and delivering the content straight to the PC desktop. However, as with all Magnetictime products, this content is ‘audioized’, spoken through our natural voice technology, so the user can keep up with their own work, whilst keeping up with their feeds. Imagine it as a personal newscaster built into the PC, and more importantly, in the pocket too through iPod, PDA, mp3 Players or Mobile Phones

Video: RSS in Plain English

April 26, 2007

“The Common Craft show is a new series of videos done in a format we call “paperwork”. Our goal is to make technology easier to understand for the less geeky people of the world.”

Show #1: RSS in Plain English


April 23, 2007

Turtilla – an online service which allows you to search and filter content related to your interests. This content is captured from a large variety of sources. The generated results can be converted to an RSS feed containing a number of items, with each item representing a channel of interest


April 23, 2007

MiniBoxs – An RSS magazine focused on mainstream users. Unlike most “start pages” it’s not customizable and can’t be personalized, and an editor selects what RSS to present in each category and on the front page based on user feedback and quality RSS feeds

April 21, 2007 – Official information and services from the U.S. government. RSS feeds page RSS feeds

April 15, 2007 – “a new startup video sharing website dedicated to the mysteries, secrets, anomalies, conspiracies and other alternative or unexplained topics of this world – the first of its kind. Many of the videos uploaded on have been banned from TV because of their controversial and mind-boggling nature, and that can only mean one thing: Hours and hours of great entertainment that many do not want you to see” – RSS feeds page


April 6, 2007

SplashCast enables anyone to create streaming media ‘channels’ that combine video, music, photos, narration, text and RSS feeds. These user-generated channels can be played and easily syndicated on any web site, blog, or social network page. When channel owners modify their channel, their content is automatically updated across all the web pages ‘tuned’ to that channel

MarketGrabber video and RSS add sizzle and steak to marketplace web sites

April 6, 2007

MarketGrabber software, used for building classified advertising and community web sites, now supports Video Clips and RSS feeds. Video makes a site more interesting and useful to visitors. RSS feeds help fill a new web site with content the day the site goes live”

All In London RSS feeds

April 2, 2007

All In London – A visitors and locals guide to London, UK. Provides information about what to do in the city, where to eat and how to get around. Provides online bookings at hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues throughout the capital. RSS feeds page