My father has a static website that he uses for political reasons. To add items to his RSS feed, he used to use the "Note in Reader" bookmarklet. Google Reader has been merged with Google+ and that feature no longer exists. Furthermore, it seems that it is no longer possible to share static pages on a Google Reader feed if they are not in the Google+ system. Are there any ways I can get events added to the RSS feed again?
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Twitter provides a RSS feed for each account. You can consider posting each blog post title & its URL as a tweet. This way you can not only publicize the content over Twitter but also get a RSS feed.
Update: Consider using Delicious. You can bookmark your own web pages to create a public feed.
Once you have their bookmarklet in the Bookmark bar of your favorite browser, you can click on it while you are on a new static page of your website that you want to add to the feed. If you select some text within the static page, the Delicious bookmarklet will set that as that page's description for the feed or you can write whatever text you like for the Description field.