feedburner beta
Internet

New Feedburner (Beta) Interface

On Monday, Google released a new and experimental interface for its web feed management service – Feedburner. This new interface is the first major (and long overdue) upgrade since Google acquired Feedburner. I’m sure that

helvetireader
Firefox Internet

Helvetireader – Clean, Minimalist Google Reader Interface

For those who use Google Reader as their main RSS reader/aggregator, the default interface can sometimes be too cluttered with all the colors, social features and buttons. If you’re not using most of the features

feedly
Firefox

Feedly: Magazine Style Homepage

Although I do a lot of reading online, I don’t really use Google Reader or any other RSS aggregator that much. I prefer to visit the site myself and read the articles directly from that

google reader no image
Blogging Tips & Tricks

HowTo: Allow Google Reader Access To Hotlink-Protected Images

I got an email last week from one of my readers, Noel Perlas informing me that JaypeeOnline’s post images weren’t being displayed or were missing in Google Reader. I wasn’t aware of this problem because

freegator
Freeware Blogging

FeedDemon and NetNewsWire now FREE!

Earlier today, the folks at NewsGator announced that FeedDemon, NetNewsWire and all other RSS reader products are now available for FREE! Aside from that, all NewsGator products include free web-based synchronization to other services. With

google logo
Blog Internet

Google Feedfetcher Had A Hangover

When I went to check my blog early today, there was one thing that I noticed and that was the big drop on my RSS subscribers. Last time I checked, my Feedburner chicklet showed that

blogaholic
Blogging Humor

Am I A Blogaholic?

A blogaholic is someone who’s addicted to blogging. Most of the time, this is true for someone who is new to blogging and for some it’s hasn’t changed a bit even after several years of

Blog

Why I Switched To Google Reader

Subscribing to RSS or Atom feeds is easy with Firefox or Flock as your browser because you can use Firefox’s Live Bookmarks or Flock’s integrated news aggregator without having to install a third-party news aggregrator.