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October 31, 2005
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…what about forever?
Does it dump items over 7 days old, I don’t think Blogdigger groups does this as it is a present and past portal.
You can also search your mix.
The labels are more clear than Blogdigger groups, well it is a label instead of the URL string…anyway the idea is that you can view items from once source (a check box would be good to choose from a selection of sources)
Something I’d like from these RSS digests is to organise the sources into folders, just like personal RSS readers, that way you could read a river of news at the folder level.
What I like about Blogdigger groups is that you can do search RSS feeds, even from a single feed.
As it grows hopefully they can list all the kickRSS mixes in a directory of some sort.
In all, kickRSS is a simplified but very effective newsmastering tool.
Basically what it has over Blogdigger groups is the easy to undertand interface and the presentation…I wonder if any customisation of the presentation is coming soon (make your own branded Public RSS aggregators, that’s what I’m after).
Check out the Library Stuff contribution…Steven also points out that it lacks an OPML file.
Feed Digest is always improving itself, I wonder if it will head into this direction, it’s inevitable once you’ve made some feeds that you can present them somewhere, this is a huge market.
Rollyo now let you export a searchbox to your blog, I’ve placed one on my sidebar to search my blogroll.
At the moment when you click the drop down you only have a choice to search across my whole blogroll, if I have time I am considering also listing each blog separately…so you can search “all” or individually.
There is also a feature to add a search roll to your Firefox toolbar.
It would be great to import a batch of blogs into Rollyo via an OPML file, if possible…at the moment you can search my Bloglines account via Feedster (as it can search the OPML file).
Swicki: mini search engine
Thanks to the TechCrunch crew