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Sometimes there are news pages on interesting sites that doesn't have any feed service. Is there some way (webapp, browser plugin, or something) to keep those page checked for updates? Thank you!

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Did you receive the answer you were looking for? – Adam Monsen May 8 '11 at 2:53

Check this out: New Google Reader Feature Can Create a Feed for Any Site

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+1 - I've tried it. It's not as "pretty" as a real feed (no headings and such for updates) but it works! – JNK Aug 31 '10 at 18:43

Maybe this Firefox extension will help you?


Check4Change (aka C4C) is a simple extension that allows you to periodically check a web-page for updates...

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+1 - Another good option. – JNK Sep 1 '10 at 0:18

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