Loose Bits, Nov 7 2006

Bleeding Edge, always worth a look, points to a new Firefox extension for saving material off the web: Zotero. It not only does a great job of storing globs of web pages or the whole thing but it has an academic bent too, allowing you to store bibiographic information too. That said, it’s not musty: …

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More Readers Than You Can Poke A Blog At

I was looking for a new RSS Reader today — RSS is a format that allows, usually, bloggers to have their blogs fed directly to interested subscribers in a format that’s simple and accessible. Rather than visit the blog the reader just opens their email, or, more commonly, a special program called a Reader, and …

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Software: Another way to view those feeds

    For those of you getting into the excellent RSS feed concept, here’s another way to read the feeds. I haven’t tried it yet, and it carries a Beta health warning, but looks interesting.   FeedDemon, just into its second beta version, is written by Nick Bradbury. It runs on Windows 98, ME, 2000 or …

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