Daily RSS is a nifty type of Newsmastering, this site looks very professional.
Firstly here are all the feeds they cover, the content from all these sources are what is populating the content for this site.
Back to the home page, on the left sidebar you can choose a topic; this is possible as most of the sources are from newspapers, which have topic feeds
…eg. Business (also displays the feed for that source)
But it doesn’t show you a mixed stream of posts from all sources on this topic sorted newest to oldest.
You can only see newest to oldest posts on a per feed basis…you have to choose from the drop down menu to select a source
…it would be good to choose a mixed river of news style (and offer an RSS feed for the whole Business topic)
So how is this different than a Blogdigger Group?
Well, the feeds are organized at 2 levels, whereas with Blogdigger Groups the feeds are listed on the sidebar, clicking on one will show you content from just that feed.
DailyRSS has an added first level, where you can first choose the topic, then you can choose a feed, so Blogdigger is missing this first level.
Obviously DailyRSS is totally customized and looks great, but it does lack the search feature of Blogdigger (also generates a feed).
This means it is not too different from a Public Bloglines account as all your feeds can be organized into topics.
Although, when you launch DailyRSS you can see the latest content, as a Blogdigger Group, but the benefit is that you can see the latest content from various topics all on the one page, which you can’t do with Blogdigger Groups or Public Bloglines.
I’ll mention again that is has the same problem as a Public Bloglines account, in that you can’t subscribe to a topic RSS, and you can’t read a river of news by folder/topic, unlike some RSS Readers like Rojo or Newsgator Online, but these don’t have a public version.
But then unlike Feedmarker, both Rojo and Newsgator Online don’t offer an RSS feed for a topic/folder
(Newsgator Online only offers RSS feeds for folder for clipped items)
Just noticed a search box at the top that makes custom feeds, don’t know how this works?
[ADDED 14/10/05: Rojo now has RSS for tags, and your whole account]