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If you're using Firefox, I recommend feedly. It's not an alternative to Google Reader, but you can integrate your Google account with it.


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There's no solution till Google releases an API that developers can utilize


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FastLadder or BlogLines are is a possible web based option.


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If I understand what you want correctly, you want to implement "paged search results" in a Atom/RSS feed. I don't think this type of thing is widely implemented, but there is a proposed standard (via Amazon.com) at OpenSearch.org—look specifically at the OpenSearch response elements.


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You can now on a item-by-item basis. The quickest way is using the keyboard shortcuts n to select the next article in the current feed and then m to toogle read status to unread.


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The 406 seems to stem from a user agent error that my server doesn't seem to like. # venus uses httplib2 underneath import httplib2 h = httplib2.Http() resp, content = h.request("http://ankursinha.in/blog/feed/", headers={'user-agent': 'trolololololol'}) works just fine. I'm still uncertain if the issue is in httplib2 or some server configuration, but ...


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As to any existing reader which will understand this? Probably not out of the box, but Awasu is easily extendable, and can understand Atom/RSS extension namespaces/elements via Metadata Modules, look under the "Advanced Features" section of the help. I've even created a couple Metadata Modules to extract geographical and earthquake data embedded in feeds, ...


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Your can use Facebook News Feed Reader to read you news feed, if that's what you meant. It can read the pages you like (and friends) and notifications also.


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Facebook pages are not per se news feeds. Although there are probably some workarounds, they are very non mainstream, and in short, you're probably best off with following facebook pages, just as that, facebook pages. If you're however interested in following your own wall, as in getting notifications, there is a plethora of browser extensions for that.


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Netvibes can access authenticated RSS feeds.


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Netvibes. It is a personalized start-page (highly recommend!), and has RSS modules that work well...worth a look... - FeadBucket. Looks interesting, no personal experience... - Top 10 Web-based RSS readers - SpeckyBoy.com



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