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August 16, 2003

Cool RSS trick from Feedster

One of the features on the NetNewsWire feature request list is filtering RSS entries. I've mentioned before how much I would like to see group by referenced link in an aggregator, but even simple filtering would be nice.

Scott Johnson (of FuzzyBlog) has an RSS search engine called Feedster that actually will do most of the heavy lifting for you.

I've been using Feedster to track what people are saying about the Nokia 3650 I just got, and learning about new software and tricks. Here are the Nokia 3650 results (and here as RSS).

Here's a MINI Cooper results page (and the RSS feed.)

Adding the RSS channel to my aggregator gives me a Nokia 3650 channel that's dynamically generated from every weblog Feedster spiders. If there's a topic you're particularly interested in, you'll be glad you tried this out (here's an interesting article comparing MINI and Apple I found through it...).

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