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I asked a similar question here and found a workaround for what I wanted. The work around was subscribing to the RSS feed for each individual twitter page. This has worked acceptably for awhile, but now with the new twitter there does not appear to be any RSS feeds for me to follow. Ideally what I would want is a feed or collection of feeds that updates for everyone that I am following.

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You can set up a list and create a custom RSS with this app: TwitterList2RSS

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That's an awesome idea. – Justin Dearing Oct 14 '10 at 11:50

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