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Looking at RSS feeds
What does it take to look at a RSS feed or even at many of them at the same time? If you are using FireFox as a browser, you have everything built in. See this icon in your address bar: ? It shows you that there's a RSS feed attached to the page.
To see what's in it, just click on the icon in the address bar. If there is more than one feed, you can select the feed you are interested in. If there's only one, FireFox will ask you to give your new "Live Bookmark" a place to stay. "Live Bookmark" means: RSS feed are treated like a dynamicly changing list of bookmarks. Instead of permanently choosing the titles of your bookmarks, you get a folder that fetches the titles from the RSS feed.
If you're using FireFox but would like to have something more sophisticated, just try out the Sage extension for FireFox. It gives you a very nice and snappy RSS reader right within FireFox.
My current favourite is a different application though. It is called Google Desktop and has a built-in RSS reader since the current version 2. It is called "Web Clips" here and fills automatically with all the feeds from sites you often visit.
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