Digg Reader Now Open To Public, iOS App Available For Download

Digg Reader
Betaworks has finally spread the good news: the Digg RSS reader is now live for the public on the Web and iOS versions. This news comes just before the weekend on which Google Reader is supposed to shut down. After being in beta, Digg Reader is ready for public release. The service, which has been in development for three months and beta for about a week, has a minimalist aesthetic, focusing on delivering...
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Petition To Save Google Reader Gathers Momentum Online. Enough To Sway Google?

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Quite recently we had reported how Google is getting ready to shut down its RSS Aggregator service. This decision has been received with widespread criticism & has brought together thousands online to sign petitions urging Google to reconsider & stop from retiring the service.Called ‘Google Reader’, it’s a fairly simple offering that offers users to keep a tab on their favorite sites...
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Moving On From Google Reader *Sigh*

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Many of you may have heard the news today about the impending demise of Google Reader. Yes, it is a sad day for those of us who have been religious reader users for years altogether. Google announced today that it will be killing Google Reader on July 1st and no matter what they say about them feeling ‘sad’ about it, the pain is still immense and as creatures of habit, it will be doubly difficult...
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New RSS search Engine: CtrlQ

CtrlQ is an RSS search engine discovered by Labnol. RSS in case you’re wondering is an easy way to view the latest posts on sites generally on a client like google reader without having to visit them. (Even WATBlog has one) Although not the first of its kind,(Google reader itself has an inbuilt RSS feeds search) it offers a lot of unique features like advanced search operators, previewing the...
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Ning Launches Apps’ Services For Its Array Of Social Networks – The App Fever Is Here!

The app fever refuses to die down and so is the buzzword in Web 2.0 scenario, even Ning. The white label social networking giant has launched apps service for its networking portal. Ning had earlier launched the App service for Admin profiles and also notified the expansion of apps one month earlier.The new app platform would allow network administrator to implement the apps on their networking...
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FeedBurner Migrates Accounts to Google Servers – Bloggers Take Note

I happened to notice today in my Feedburner account that they are moving my account to Google. Google had acquired Feedburner way back in mid 2007, and had integrated it with Google Adsense last year to finally show signs of a Google product. WATBlog had done an excellent coverage on the topic then including RSS advertising in general and a debate on whether Feedburner will be a monetization success...
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[How To] Convert RSS Feeds Into Emails

How many RSS Feeds have you subscribed to, till date? Do you even know what a RSS Feed is? Have you ever used a feed reader? There are a lot many of us who either hate or do not even know how to set up RSS feeds. A lot many people prefer content updates to be delivered right to their email addresses. A friend of mine satisfies most of his internet needs at the expense of his working hours but since...
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FeedZa – A Platform to Search, Rate and Review RSS Feeds

FeedZa wants people to decide what’s really worth subscribing in the RSS world, just what Digg did to websites, through social opinion. What is FeedZa, really? FeedZa is a social opinion site where people can read snippets of different RSS feeds based on various categories like lifestyle, entertainment, sports, technology, regional and many other sub-categories meant to specifically capture...
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All About RSS Advertising

 Another Guest Post by Raghav Soni – A Regular Contributor   Online content consumption habits are undergoing a radical transformation. Internet users are increasingly consuming their content on personal start pages, RSS readers, and widgets and are ensuring that websites do not get visited directly. This syndicated content revolution is being fueled by the widespread availability of RSS...
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A Brief Introduction to Blogging

A Few Days Back I Wrote a ‘Brief Introduction to Blogging’. This is in Beta Stage and is supposed to go out to a couple of Media Students (freshers). I’ve tried not to make it too ‘technical’. Need to send this out soon so your additions would be invaluable.   If you’re one of those 35 Million Indians who access the Internet more than once a month, then you probably already know what...
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