Micro Persuasion points to SpeedyFeed…first it was create your own spliced feed and display the contents on a public webpage as a river of news, and now in the tradition of startpages, it is display the contents in RSS display boxes (widgets).
Choose some feeds from the feed cloud, or enter feeds or an OPML (yeah)…sort order of feeds…it even recommends feeds.
Choosing a feed from the feed cloud is an easy way to add a feed to your account, at first I thought this was a social feature, where you click on a feed name (eg. TechCrunch), and it displays all the SpeeyFeed pages containing this feed.
Alternatively here is the traditional view in Top 10 Sources.
MyToday is a very similar service, hovering over a post displays an excerpt just like in SpeedyFeed, the one thing I like better about MyToday is that you can collapse your boxes, just like in a startpage, eg.netvibes.
One thing missing is to display the OPML, or even a spliced feed…Bozpage also lacks this, but it does display the feed URL next to each feed box.
I’d also like to create a title for my page…another handy feature would be to have tabs, this way you can make paged topics.
[ADDED 1/09/06: Bozpages actually does have an OPML]
Check out this post for more services that allow you to make a public page to display your aggregate of RSS Display Boxes.