I just noticed that an old favourite, BlogStreet has an RSS Publisher…similar to publi.sh and others, where all you have is a feed but no public place to see it (eg. a blog) unless you re-syndicate the feed.
The difference with RSS Publisher is that you have to host the RSS file yourself…they also have a bookmarklet to add the page you are on to your RSS file (kind of like a blog this)…fill in the title, link, and description and hit publish.
NOTE: “Blog this” is different to “Clip this”…with “Blog this” you are posting a some text and a link to what it is you are talking about (I suppose this was the traditional blogs and feeds, more about pointing to a link, than blabbing on)…with “Clip this” you are actually re-publishing what is on screen to your feed, but only if the content you are clipping is in a feed format itself (it’s like re-syndicating RSS-to-RSS).
So “Clip this” won’t work for webpages that don’t have feeds, unless it scrapes the HTML of the page into your feed…see more at RSSify your Daily Catch
…and then what about for non-webpage stuff like MS Word documents, how do you send the whole content of a document to an RSS feed.