RSS: The Next Generation

Syndicated summaries of web content are more popular than ever before, and the recent explosion of users has prompted some dramatic changes in the world of RSS software.
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But which RSS reader should you use? Why not Mozilla Thunderbird. David Bienvenu is adding RSS function so that Mozilla Thunderbird act as an RSS newsreader too. The first part of the patch just landed. Check out bug 225158 for more information.

June 16, 2004 09:36 PM | Posted in Mozilla


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Turns out RFEs *do* sometimes get implemented

Site icon Comment by Greg K Nicholson at June 17, 2004 01:22 AM | Permalink

There are 2 RSS extensions for Firefox. There is also a bug to add the ability to have "live bookmarks" in Firefox.

Comment by alanjstr at June 17, 2004 05:10 AM | Permalink

Even though I do not own a Mac (too expensive!), I have to admit that Apple is more forward-looking than many other technology companies. Take the release schedules of their operating systems. Not is there a new release every few months (a page straigh...

Site icon TrackBack from New in Safari: RSS at June 28, 2004 10:53 PM | Permalink

I have used the Mozilla application suite for my web browsing needs for as long as I have known about it (almost two years).

TrackBack from Thunderbird at August 18, 2004 12:22 PM | Permalink

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