Going back to RSS - Random

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Sridhar Ratnakumar

Thought I'd start a new topic for anyone interested (or have already done it) in switching from social media to old fashioned news/forums. Like RSS for keeping abreast for news.

Sridhar Ratnakumar

I have been using feedly.com, which is useful in these ways:

  • Supports twitter feeds as well as searches (I've setup a search feed for neuron.zettel.page; to monitor if anybody talks about neuron)
  • news.google.com alerts. This is pretty useful when you want to be updated of new articles from somebody that has no canonical blog with RSS. For eg., I can enter Thomas Sowell to create a feed that siphons all the recent articles by Sowell.
  • Reddit: you can use the .rss url like this to track the top posts in any subreddit
  • Mailing list to rss: feedly supports creating unique email addresses that you can use to sign up to the various mailing lists, and they appear as a feed with unread items on new emails.
Keep up with the topics and trends you care about, without the overwhelm. Make your research workflow efficient and enjoyable.
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