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May 10, 2005
Bitty Browser is an extension of RSS to Java syndication box idea.
This goes a step further by allowing you to generate code to embed an actual mini-browser or button on your blog or website…you can make the homepage any URL even an RSS feed URL (this will show the latest content syndicated from an RSS feed, similar to RSS to Java tools).
So you can show the latest feeds from your del.icio.us account on a mini-browser that is embedded on your blog…the cool thing is that it is a browser so you can do a Google search and view the results in the mini-browser itself or you can click on Open URL and enter a website address.
You can open a web page in a new mini-browser window, so you can keep scanning the original mini-browser.
The mini-browser also has a menu button, the first link “What else is on?” is a directory of mini-browser hompages that you can view or save to become your default homepage when you get your mini-browser.
The latest post on the Feedmarker blog, Hey! Some new Feedmarker stuff!, introduces filtering an individual feed by keyword.
When is Bloglines going to extend it’s search my subscriptions feature to search a subscription
Allows you to combine several feeds into one…also coverts RSS to HTML or RSS to JAVA
Unique feature is that you can generate Yahoo! search results as RSS feeds…that’s handy while we wait.
Also welcomes shortened feeds from tinyURL.
It seems there will be more to come from this toolbox.