RSS overload – A great reference for RSS needs

I think RSS is the next best thing to sliced bread. Really. I even think if I hadn’t found RSS and it’s usefulness, I wouldn’t have started consuming so much information from hundreds of websites without spending a lot of time everyday. And I wouldn’t have felt the urge to create ShanKri-la and share these tidbits with you!

Mashable has put together an excellent list of anything and everything under the sun about RSS named The Ultimate RSS Toolbox. If you haven’t found a RSS reader you liked, I’m sure this list will help you find something that will work for you.

The list includes not just RSS readers but others related to it as well. Here is a quick glimpse..

  • RSS Readers – Windows
  • RSS Readers – OSX
  • RSS Readers – Linux
  • RSS Readers – Cross Platform
  • RSS Readers – Web based
  • Mobile RSS Readers
  • RSS to email converters
  • RSS Feed Validators
  • RSS-related plugins – Firefox
  • RSS-related plugins – WordPress
  • RSS-related plugins – others
  • RSS managers
  • RSS mixers
  • RSS ping tools
  • Feed directories
  • RSS tips & hacks
  • Miscellaneous RSS-related Tools

Did it make your head swim? No worries.. the neat categorization makes it easy to find what you want and I’m stumbling this page as well as adding it to my bookmarks. If you are a StumbleUpon user, say hi to me over there and I’ll get to know you and your favorites as well.

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One Response to “RSS overload – A great reference for RSS needs”

  1. Garry Conn June 20, 2007 at 5:48 pm #

    I am real old school and still haven’t gotten myself comfortable with RSS. I know what it is and know how to use it and use Google Reader and subscribe to all the feeds of the blogs I visit… but I can’t seem to get myself out of the old school mode of just using my IE favorites and visiting the sites manually. I should go ahead and make the switch. I know for a fact that I would be able to comment on posts and articles more than I do, because I would see the new posts in my reader. I might just do that today!