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You can get RSS feed by username, something like this: http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/users/{username}/newsubscriptionvideos Example: http://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/base/users/google/newsubscriptionvideos. How to get Youtube username (source): Go to youtube.com Click on the arrow next to your username at the top right of the screen. Click Channel ...


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At this time Google doesn't support private feeds. Though there are several workarounds.


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I don't know of a way of doing it directly in Google Reader however Yahoo have a particularly nice rss/atom feed processing engine called Yahoo Pipes. This allows you to pull a number of feeds from other places apply translations and filtering to them, and then re-publish the modified feed. You can then set Google Reader (Or any other preferred RSS reader ...


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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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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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Google Reader (www.google.com/reader) has some support for sites without RSS. See their blog post titled, "Follow changes to any website" for more details.


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Go to https://www.youtube.com/account_sharing Check Subscribe to a channel Click Save Then, either: Go to http://youtube.com/my_subscriptions and use your browser's RSS-finding features Or add this URL to your RSS reader, inserting your YouTube username: ...


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There's a GreaseMonkey script called Google Reader Filter which allows you to specify lists of words to kill - if the word appears in the title, that item gets dimmed. More info here and here


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There is at least one Greasemonkey script which can kind of get you there by actually pulling in the post from the website. google reader full feed changer Google Reader Preview Enhanced Gina Trapani's "Better GReader" Firefox extension includes a number of Greasemonkey scripts to improve the Google Reader experience, including "previews" for partial ...


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Podcast Generator seems to meet your requirements... as long as the P in LAMP means PHP :)


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If you tag every feed with a single tag (each feed can by in multiple tags/folders), you can make this tag public in the settings "Folders and Tags" tab and then use the feed provided by Google reader.


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Go to http://www.google.com/reader/shared/[your username] Click on "Atom Feed" and copy the URL Go to feedburner.google.com and add your feed. Go to "Publicize" → "Socialize" and add a Twitter account Check the formatting options to see how your feed is going to be tweeted


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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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There are few you can explore: Netvibes Ustart ProtoPage Feedly MyFav Aboogy Iguzu


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You can find it here: https://groups.google.com/group/sr-api/about?noredirect The link is currently missing from the About page in the new Group groups.


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I don't believe there is. I've looked a few times and never found a way to do it


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xFruits FeedJournal FiveFilters PDF Newspaper A Google gadget RSS2PDF RSS2 can generate a PDF from multiple feeds


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Kindlefeeder ? Kindlefeeder is a service for Amazon Kindle owners that lets you aggregate your favorite feeds and have them delivered to your Kindle in a convenient, easy-to-navigate format. Kindlefeeder also lets you save individual webpages and have them delivered to your Kindle along with your feeds.


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http://twitter-rss.com seems to have died. I am using another service http://rss4twitter.appspot.com - which seems to work fine so far. It too supports only user timelines at the momement.


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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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I think Amazon is more or less doing what you want. Check out this link for example, http://www.amazon.com/Sorcerers-Apprentice-Nicolas-Cage/dp/B002ZG99KO/ref=sr_tr_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1278528100&sr=1-1 for the Movie the Sorcerer's Apprentice (a movie coming out soon). If you login to your Amazon account you can add a notification request of ...


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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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George, you need to check if the publisher's feed is pushing its RSS feed with some push protocol; PubSubHubbub for example. PubSubHubbub is an open protocol for distributed Publish/subscribe communication on the internet. The protocol extends the Atom and RSS protocols for data feeds. The main purpose is to provide near-instant ...


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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 can type "Notes" into the search bar at the top when you're logged in. First result is "Notes (App)" which you click through to. On the left side of the Notes page, you'll see Edit Import Settings as the last item.


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Here's the manual work-around: While in Google Reader, click "Trends" up towards the top left of the page. Under Subscription Trends click on "Inactive". There's what you're after -- just click the little trashcan icon to remove the ones you want to dump.


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I personally use Emails to RSS Forwarding to read Google Alerts as RSS stream. The service provides special email address to forward emails to and builds RSS feed based on them. Here is Guide how to setup it with Gmail


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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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Have you looked at Google Readers 'sort by magic' feature; http://www.gtricks.com/google-reader-tricks/what-is-sort-by-magic-in-google-reader/ http://googlereader.blogspot.com/2009/10/reading-gets-personal-with-popular.html Only have a 10 minute coffee break and want to see the best items first? All feeds now have a new sort option called "magic" that ...



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