Looking for a RSS Reader (Vanity)

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Looking for a RSS Reader (Vanity)

| TheHound

Posted on 09/03/2005 3:57:27 PM PDT by TheHound

I looking for a good RSS XML reader. I’ve downloaded a couple of freebee’s but they weren’t much good. What is the Freeper consensus, like there that sort of thing here.

TOPICS: Computers/Internet
KEYWORDS: atom; rss

posted on 09/03/2005 3:57:30 PM PDT
by TheHound

To: TheHound

I use the Sage Extension for Firefox for reading XML and RSS feeds in Firefox.

posted on 09/03/2005 3:59:51 PM PDT
by kingu
(Draft Fmr Senator Fred Thompson for ’08.)

To: TheHound

posted on 09/03/2005 4:01:59 PM PDT
by smith288
(Peace at all cost makes for tyranny free of charge…)

To: TheHound

On my Windows box (which I’m on at the moment), I use NewzCrawler v1.7. It’s good.

Link will open in a new window.

I’m broadcast live in front of a pre-recorded studio audience.

posted on 09/03/2005 4:07:11 PM PDT
by rdb3
(I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. –Philippians 4:13)

To: TheHound

posted on 09/03/2005 4:31:11 PM PDT
by HAL9000
(Get a Mac – The Ultimate FReeping Machine)

To: kingu

Thanks, that is so cool, I’ll never watch tv again – just what I was looking for, only better. I don’t want to start one of those MS threads – but what the hay – Firefox rules.

posted on 09/03/2005 4:59:06 PM PDT
by TheHound
(You would be paranoid too – if everyone was out to get you.)

To: TheHound

You’re welcome. SAGE should work on all platforms – it works on both my unix box and my MS laptop. Windows Vista of course will catch up in having a RSS feed reader as part of Internet Explorer.

posted on 09/03/2005 5:48:30 PM PDT
by kingu
(Draft Fmr Senator Fred Thompson for ’08.)

To: kingu; TheHound

I second the Sage/Firefox.

posted on 09/03/2005 5:52:08 PM PDT
by neb52

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