Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Web-Based Apps for 2006, part 2

So, I'm curious now. . . Josh Mock, in a comment on the last post, mentioned the value of using an RSS aggregator to read blogs. If you're a Life Together reader and you use an aggregator, let us know which one you use.

Thanks for the feedback on the last post. I'm eager to check out some of the web tools mentioned. Keep them coming. . .

5 comments:

Matt Theule said...

I can't imagine reading RSS feeds / Blogs without an RSS aggregator. I use IntraVNews (www.intravnews.com). This aggregator is an addin for Microsoft Outlook. (Sorry no Mac version) IntraVNews groups my RSS subscriptions into individual folders for easy subject separation.

Best of all it is free for personal use.

MATT

Josh Mock said...

As mentioned before, I use NetVibes, a web-based aggregator, a homepage similar to My Yahoo.

Brian Wong said...

I don't really think it's considered an RSS aggregator per se, but I use Firefox's livebookmarks feature to check for updates to the blog.

Jeff Lehmer said...

I use Mac OS X (Tiger) with its built-in browser Safari that also has automatic RSS aggregator functions. It's fully customizable and its default settings work very well for me. I like not having to go searching around for plug-ins.

Amy~Lynne said...

What is an RSS aggregator?
What does it do? Is it free?
Amy~Lynne