Saturday, March 04, 2006
Newsfeed Basics - 3 Reading Multiple Newsfeeds
The previous article in this series described various systems for reading selected individual newsfeeds in a central location. This article describes various systems that gather news from a multitude of sources together in a single location, providing convenient access to the most current content on a particular topic of interest.
Technorati Tags enable keyword search results of the blogosphere to be read directly in your web browser. Each search provides the most relevant and current content from millions of blog sites. Saving a favorite or bookmark will enable frequently repeated searches to be done easily.
Feedster enables searches for keywords at millions of blog, news, and podcast sites. Subscribing to a particular keyword search makes it easy to read content updates in any newsfeed reader system (aggregator).
Newsburst collects the content that interests you, including news, weather, blogs, alerts, search results, cartoons, shopping lists, price notifications and other content from all around the Web. This new content is gathered together in one place for easy and rapid reading.
After searching for your favorite keyword in Google News you get in the left column some links for subscribing to that search result as an RSS or Atom newsfeed. This makes it easy to read content updates in any newsfeed reader system (aggregator).
Google Blog Search
Google Blog Search also provides handy links for subscribing to an Atom or RSS newsfeed so that the same search can be easily repeated later and read via any newsfeed reading system. Bookmark one of these newsfeed links for later viewing of updates in the Sage/Firefox system.
rss, atom, newsfeeds, aggregation.
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