Comments on: Bloglines Vs Newsgator http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2005/09/28/bloglines-vs-newsgator/ An Irishman's Fiery Tue, 17 May 2011 19:12:51 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 By: conall http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2005/09/28/bloglines-vs-newsgator/comment-page-1/#comment-12 conall Fri, 30 Sep 2005 20:20:11 +0000 http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2005/09/28/bloglines-vs-newsgator/#comment-12 I've mixed and matched a few RSS feed systems to create my system. I use Firefox in multiple places, so I use Bookmark Syncronizer. I've a simple collection of Firefox live bookmark RSS feeds in my toolbar which I use to read news headlines. In addition, I use del.icio.us for maintaining urls to blogs I read, which I have as an RSS feed in Firefox and throw into my blog's side bar as html. I’ve mixed and matched a few RSS feed systems to create my system.

I use Firefox in multiple places, so I use Bookmark Syncronizer. I’ve a simple collection of Firefox live bookmark RSS feeds in my toolbar which I use to read news headlines.

In addition, I use del.icio.us for maintaining urls to blogs I read, which I have as an RSS feed in Firefox and throw into my blog’s side bar as html.

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By: kae http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2005/09/28/bloglines-vs-newsgator/comment-page-1/#comment-11 kae Wed, 28 Sep 2005 18:06:42 +0000 http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2005/09/28/bloglines-vs-newsgator/#comment-11 I'll have to try them out. I use Akregator myself, with some blogs rssed, and some del.icio.us tags as well. Combined with KMail and KOrganizer through the Kontact wrapper, I have a full PIM. It's pretty cool - the fact that Konqueror's RSS bookmarker is directly linked to Akregator makes it a much better deal than Firefox and Thunderbird. I’ll have to try them out. I use Akregator myself, with some blogs rssed, and some del.icio.us tags as well. Combined with KMail and KOrganizer through the Kontact wrapper, I have a full PIM. It’s pretty cool – the fact that Konqueror’s RSS bookmarker is directly linked to Akregator makes it a much better deal than Firefox and Thunderbird.

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