It’s not your imagination; the RSS feed icon has not been resurrected on Twitter accounts or search results. But you can roll your own, since it appears Twitter doesn’t plan to reintegrate the feed into its design.
One of the complaints (one of my complaints) about the new Twitter UI is that you can’t see an RSS link for anyone else’s feed. Alex Chaffee fixes that with this download. Go get it now! Here’s a bookmarklet, written by @jacobrothstein and converted by @alexch using Gruber’sBookmarklet Builder script. Tip to @marshallk
We were talking about the importance of the “little orange icon” in class last night, so I decided to play around with the “text boxes” in the WordPress widget barn. Feed Icons is a great place to download the RSS icon, and they provide code snippets as well. Enjoy!
The goal: put together one aggregated RSS feed that combines the campaign blog feeds from Hillary Clinton (the best URL of the bunch), Barack Obama (bleh) and John McCain (second best URL). The first two: a piece of cake to find the RSS feed link (after ducking past that annoying splash sign-up page). But McCain’s […]
This is a step-by-step to manually subscribe to an RSS feed using Bloglines. This step-by-step assumes that you have already created an account at Bloglines and have logged in to the Bloglines homepage. The blog in the tutorial is The Social Customer Manifesto.
On Friday, cNet reported that Google is testing an RSS (and Atom) Reader (gmail account required). [Check out the big-picture.] With this entry, Google is taking subscription ease to a new level.