Top 10 RSS Feed Readers

Lori Halley 24 October 2007 0 comments

iGoogle is a start page tool where you can aggregate all the Google resources you use on your online desktop, eg gMail, Google Calendar. I personally love my igoogle. It allows me to customize my RSS feeds by allowing me to develop tabs per subject. It also has a ton of nifty widgets that you can personally pick. It also is all online so it's not tied to your desktop and can be accessed anywhere. It also allows you to share google calendars with other users, integration with gmail, etc. It's a lot like Netvibes.

Netvibes is a make your own page content aggregator. Basically Netvibes allows you to set up your own ‘web portal’ with your favorite RSS feeds, Flickr photos, email accounts, del.icio.us tags, and other any widgets that you can find. 

Top 5 Reasons to Love Netvibes:

1. Ease of Use Interface -

2. Widgets, widgets, widgets -

3. Myspace intergation

4. Email / Gmail integration -

5. Tabs

Bloglines does not embed video into their feeds. But it has a ‘Playlists’ feature to categorize feeds.

Still gotta show love for Sage, the extension for Firefox. If a headline catches my eye, it lets me read the story in the context of the site. It doesn’t provide a lot of fancy ajax tools or images … it just lets me find new content and, if it’s interesting, read it.

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Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Wednesday, 24 October 2007 at 7:13 PM

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