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I wrote an application that does exactly what you asked for. http://www.feednotifier.com/
See this blog post for a PHP tool. http://www.zerologic.com/Blog/How-to-get-the-original-RSS-feed-for-a-podcast-in-iTunes.html Or if you want a web browser based solution see this website that is reference in the link above and uses the same PHP tool. http://itunes.so-nik.com/
Why not use Google Reader? Works on any platform. There's even an "Offline Reading" feature now, so no need for an always-on internet connection.
Using Google Docs + Netflix RSS to pull up to 250 items in your queue (or other things!) Login to Netflix Click RSS at the bottom of the page (hint, its nessled between some other junk): Jobs Media Center Netflix Prize RSS App Gallery Facebook Connect Tell a Friend Get the RSS feed for your queue: Personalized Feeds Queue: ...
Right-click the toolbar and select Customize. A Subscribe icon should be available. Drag it to the desired location on the toolbar, and then select Done to close the Customize Toolbar window.
After an email exchange and a little bit of prodding in the right direction from Yours Truly Mr. Jeff Atwood, I finally understand what's going on and how to fix it. Right, here’s what is happening. When a feed is added to Outlook, the default settings (which are hidden under the ‘Advanced’ button) are to use the publisher update recommendations.The ...
Google Reader is an excellent online choice. There are plenty of desktop tools available as well, ranging from integrated RSS support in Outlook/Thunderbird to separate RSS clients, such as Liferea for Linux. Please mention your OS, so people can give you recommendations about desktop software.
RSS Icon In Awesombar - Mozilla Addons. Add RSS icon back into location bar (URL) in Firefox 4.0. This icon was showed in Firefox 3.5/3.6 by default when page offered feeds. Note: I am not in any way, shape, or form affiliated with this addon/software.
You should first subscribe to the Podcast using iTunes, then open your iTunes library. If you go to your Podcasts listing in your iTunes library, you will see a list of the Podcasts you subscribe to. Right-click on the Podcast you want to copy the URL of and select "Copy Podcast URL". This will copy the URL to the RSS feed of the Podcast into your ...
Goto Tools-> Options -> Applications. In the search box, type 'Web feed' and change it from 'Use Google` to Preview in Firefox.
Feed Notifier I wrote an app specifically for this purpose, it's called Feed Notifier. It's a Windows application that resides in the system tray and displays pop-ups as new items are found in the feeds. Check it out. Note: Feed Notifier is now open source on Github.
Click Tools->options and navigate to Applications Tab Change Web Feed to "Preview in Firefox". "Google" appears since you have chosen to "always choose google as your default feed reader"
I am late but i found a way. Extract the Id from the link with a regex or somethin else EX: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/state-trance-official-podcast/id260190086 load this link with the ID https://itunes.apple.com/lookup?id=260190086&entity=podcast Get the "feedUrl" from this json file. The &entity=podcast is not necessary but it may help ...
You will have to create a new rule for this: 1- Open the Rules and Alerts dialog: 2- Click the New Rule... button 3- Follow the wizard to recreate the same rule as follow:
There are direct links to the mp3s in the RSS feed. For a general way to get a podcast's RSS feed, please check the following superuser question: Get RSS feed from iTunes podcast links
Newsgator no longer offers feed synchronization. FeedDemon still works except for feeds that you had sync'd via Newsgator. The latest version of FeedDemon supports sync via Google Reader. Nick's blog has lots of information on the v3 changes.
RSS feeds are planned for chromium/chrome. There is a bug in the chromium bug tracker for this. It looks like this isn't anything that they are in a real hurry on (the bug has been open for over a year). Of course, the alternative is to write it yourself and submit a patch. If it can get past codereview, you can get most anything in to the main repository. ...
This is not firefox proper, but I do recommend using the RSS reader that is built into Mozilla Thunderbird. This is one of the most convenient places to review my RSS feeds. Thunderbird Download
A quick look at Synaptic shows a few candidates in the repositories: nrss (dead, it suggests to use canto) olive canto newsbeuter
You could bookmark the mp3 file in Delicious with a specific tag, e.g. podcast. Delicious will automatically create an Atom feed for this tag, which you can subscribe to from your iPod, e.g.: http://feeds.delicious.com/v2/rss/username/podcasts
How a site generates RSS feeds, and what parameters they use is purely down to the whim of the person / company that wrote the RSS feed software in use of that site. Unless the site is using some common CMS system, like Drupal, Joomla, etc., then chances are the RSS is generated by custom software. There are no standards about what parameters should be ...
One pro is that you can access your feeds offline, read everything you want, and when you go online, It'll (if that program supports it) synchronize. I use Google Reader, I've tried from Thunderbird to FeedDemon, but I prefer GReader, because I read frequently from the original page, not the text that it gives me.
Add view-source at the beginning of your URL. In example: view-source:http://superuser.com/feeds/question/456411
The google thread manually create a feed treats exactly your problem. The advice there is to use Page2RSS, a website that claims : Page2RSS is a service that helps you monitor web sites that do not publish feeds. It will check any web page for updates and deliver them to your favorite RSS reader. I tried it by entering your datameer.com blog url ...
You should first go to that RSS URL on Internet Explorer and subscribe to that feed. Then you can open the options list of the gadget, select the feed from the dropdown list and view the relevant feeds.
rssowl The Notifier is a small popup that displays the headlines of incoming news even when RSSOwl is minimized. You can mark news entries as sticky from the Notifier to remember reading the full content of the entry at a later time.
I found a more profound/prescribed - but in core of course the same - manual to his problem here: http://whilesurfing.blogspot.de/2012/06/make-rssowl-work-with-mint-13-maya.html Sadly, the author of RSSOwl himself did not come up yet with a new patched version to get rid for good of this hassle. Even long time users changed to other, less functional ...
You can create a bundle in Google Reader. Create a folder in Google Reader called Podcasts Add all of your podcast RSS feeds to this folder. Access the menu for the folder and select Create Bundle Select Save. (Uncheck Add to my shared items if you don't want it public) Click on Add a link to your website or blog Subscribe to the Atom feed provided on the ...
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