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Give this a try: http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/{username}.rss Replace {username} with the Twitter user ID. Now, how to get the ID? Just switch to the old Twitter and go to your profile. There it is, the RSS feed link! Just hover over it, and you would know the Twitter user ID.


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you can use page2rss.google reader used to provide this service , but they have recently turned off this feature.


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FeedBurner can do this, create a 'burnt' version of your feed then enable 'Email Subscriptions', then subscribe to the feed. It's a little more complicated than FeedMyInbox but doesn't have a 5 feed limit


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As explained in https://dev.twitter.com/docs/faq#11716 http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/username.rss is no longer supported. The correct way to get a Twitter feed is now as follows: https://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/user_timeline.rss?screen_name=username Obviously you will have to replace username with the user name who's feed you are after.


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The short answer (the feed for Freeman's Mind) is: http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/playlists/49C3B7EDD1624C55 The longer answer (to find this on your own): you need to go onto the creator's account page and click on the playlist for the show you want. The playlist ID (in this case, 49C3B7EDD1624C55) is found above the list of episodes, at the end of ...


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Does interfacing with Reader provide processing improvements over pulling the feeds directly? If you're analyzing (and enriching?) feeds, I'm guessing you're running something like Calais and Solr as part of your processing stack. With 1600 feeds you're talking about a serious number of entries to deal with. Does Reader provide enough bandwidth to pull the ...


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try this Go to http://page2rss.com Paste the page address you wish to monitor in the "Page URL to RSS" bar Copy the RSS Feed URL from "To receive updates for this page in RSS format copy-paste this link into your feed reader." or from the "Subscribe to Feed" on the right hand side of the page. Use this link in IFTTT RSS Trigger. Not sure how instant it ...


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After testing many different solutions (see my question above for more information), I discarded my approach to use Email. Instead I've subscribed to the RSS feeds of the newsletters and use IFTTT recipes to automatically save new feed items to Pocket. Subscribe to the feed(s) via RSS Create a new IFTTT recipe Choose Feed trigger channel Choose New feed ...


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You can get the feed if you check out the New pages watch and filter for your name only. Toolbox > Special Pages > Recent changes and logs > New pages Enter your Wikipedia handle in the Username: field Hit Go You'll then get results showing all the newly created pages started by that username. Grab the "Special:New pages" Atom feed that is created for ...


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You might want to have a look at http://ifttt.com/ (If This Then That). You create "tasks" from ifft "channels" that can be used as both sources and sinks ("triggers" and "actions" in ifft parlance). The RSS and email channels are enabled by default; others are available by opting in. The RSS channel used as a trigger can activate when either a new item ...


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You can even get your profile's RSS feed! The pattern is http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/username.rss where username the Twitter username (for example, cshirky). I tried it, and it works! You just don't need to know the numeric user ID.


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twitterfeed seems promising, although I haven't tried it yet. It even lets you manage the format of the tweets and supports post filters. There are also a few plugins for Wordpress such as WP to Witter and WordTwit. For Wordpress.com you can use Publicize which is included by default.


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You can use the Youtube Data API to retrieve the feed of all of the episodes. The key is to use the special category of 'Shows': https://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/videos? q=freemansmind &orderby=published &author=machinima &category=Shows &v=2


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FeedMyInbox does this, although you have to pay if you want to subscribe to more than 5 feeds.


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So here are the options at your disposal because this is a very old problem Feeddit - http://feeddit.com/ Feeds are 100 stories long and has the actual link so you can skip past Digg and get directly to the story. A Yahoo Pipe Either cloned or self made regex and mapping replacement modules. If you need assistance let me know otherwise I am just going ...


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Slashdot's rss feed for the mobile section only: http://rss.slashdot.org/Slashdot/slashdotmobile For further reference on creating section-only feeds, refer to this page: http://slashdot.org/faq/feeds.shtml


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ChangeDetection and ChangeDetect provide these services for you. They are both free and both provide email notifications.


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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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You can autopost to blogger, WP and other services, if you have a blog at Posterous. Posterous lets you autopost to several other services automatically. If you have a self hosted blog at WP, you can try out a few WP plugins which would let you do the same thing.


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I don't know of any reader that has such capacities. Sometimes blogs themselves offer a feed specific to one category. I personally use Feed Rinse for some feeds to filter out posts that I don't want. There you can block (or allow) items based on title, tag, author or content. Maybe that could help you as well.


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Unfortunately, there still isn't a way to bulk unshare items in Google Reader. The solution offered is to use keyboard shortcuts to make it a bit easier. While viewing your shared items Press shift+s to unshare the item Press j or k to move to the next or previous item Return to step 1; Repeat as necessary I expect you could use something like ...


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Since you use Drupal, you can also use Drupal for Facebook. It is a module that you have to install into your Drupal website. With this module, you can automatically publish your new content to Facebook and allow Facebook users to connect via Facebook Connect.


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To Publish the Same Blog Post to Multiple Blogging Sites at Once, See following Article: http://www.labnol.org/internet/blogging/post-blog-entries-to-multiple-blogging-platforms/4943/


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Use a blog client like Windows Live Writer Use email to post your blog.


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You can try Google Reader. Google Reader can follow changes of any website. See this blog for more details. At Google we're always looking for ways to take advantage of work being done in other parts of the organization. So when a team approached us with a way to follow changes from websites without feeds, we jumped at the opportunity. Post by Liza Ma, ...


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FastLadder or BlogLines are is a possible web based option.


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You can use your existing google reader feeds and play them in reader play. If you hover over the feed you want (or a whole tag folder) and click on the dropdown arrow, you have a choice to 'View in Reader Play'.


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Now it's this: http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/(User Account ID).rss For example, for Clay Shirky (http://twitter.com/cshirky) the RSS URL is: http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline/cshirky.rss



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