[internetworkers] Google's RSS Viewer
Lance A. Brown
lance at bearcircle.net
Wed Jan 3 21:55:52 EST 2007
Michael Czeiszperger said the following on 1/3/2007 9:45 PM:
> Has anyone else tried out Google's online RSS viewer?
> I'd been using NetNewsWire, but this just seems so much more
> efficient for some reason... It just shows the new feeds in a long
> list, and you can scroll past it and just delve in deeper on the
> items of interest. I never been able to keep up with my news
> sources, and so far I've handled all of the new items in 200 separate
> RSS feeds in only about 15 minutes. And it'll import RSS feeds from
> other apps, too.
I've been using Google Reader for about three weeks now. It's the first
RSS aggregator/viewer I've found that seems intuitive and smooth enough
to actually be useful. Every other program I've tried has kludgey
interactions that annoyed me. I *like* Google Reader.
The only think I'm not liking is that I can't easily view the protected
entries (login required) on my friend's LiveJournal blogs without
upgrading to a paid LiveJournal account.
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