Sunday, March 29, 2009

FSIS launches RSS Feeds and Web 2.0 tools to enhance food safety awareness

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) today launched a set of RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, feeds for news and recall releases. Additionally, FSIS is making available a new capability to bookmark and share food safety content on personal and publicly shared Web pages

Tuesday, March 24, 2009


ReadMix - web-based RSS reader. Features: Two view options: inline and split view; Import and export your reading list; Best support for RTL feeds; Group feeds to folders; Supports OpenID login

Friday, March 6, 2009

Wakooz RSS news feeds and Gadgets

Wakooz is your customizable portal that provides you with a wide variety of useful applications mostly collected in 2 separate web pages. The main page contains an online feed aggregator also known as a RSS feed reader. This allows you, the user, to spread and broadcast a summary of the most recent news from the media websites (Globe and Mail, New York Times, etc) and/or your favorites blog articles. Moreover, Wakooz gives you the opportunity to integrate various other gadgets like video podcast (YouTube, etc.) weather channels, games, etc. all these offered via web widgets. The second page provides you with a quick access to your personal favorites websites and web utilities. You can have access to this page through the "Star" icon located just besides the Wakooz logo. This page also offers you a non evasive customizable portal and an extensive database of links to websites which contain only valuable information which are implemented by you the users or by a Wakooz team member

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Ensembli - RSS reader

Ensembli - a new RSS reader - tracks the topics you tell it you're interested in. "It then watches what you c lick on and fetches stories based both on those implied interests and what you've said you want to see. ... It's really simple, and I believe it could be a useful site for a person who's just looking to see what's new in a field they care a bit about."