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I have a script that lets you pull your user timeline as an RSS over at:

6 seems to have died. I am using another service - which seems to work fine so far. It too supports only user timelines at the momement.


Twitter it seems has finally killed off all standard access to RSS with the release of its v1.1 API. However there's a PHP Twitter-RSS-Parser app that gets you your full Twitter RSS feed back on your own site (not just a single users tweets as with Create a new twitter app Once created, click on ‘Create my access token’ at the ...


To answer to the question the feed is here. As a bonus note: Firefox removed the RSS button over a year ago because allegedly only 3% of users used it. You can still check if a page has an RSS by going Bookmarks → Subscribe to this page or by right clicking on the tool bar, selecting Customise and dragging the icon back to its rightful place.


RSS feeds were retired a few weeks back with v1 of Twitter's API. I think Twitter postponed the retirement because they knew a lot of apps were going to stop working (ones that relied on Twitter RSS feeds) The problem is that to generate RSS feeds with v1.1 of the API you have to create an app that authenticates. It raises the bar of accessing your data so ...


There is no user interface on Twitter for this.


Officially no, you can't. Twitter did support RSS feeds once but it was removed. (Which was an idiotic anti-user decision... but I digress.) There is a workaround though. You can't get a RSS feed of your entire Twitter feed, but you can get RSS feeds for individual users (but not hashtags) and hashtags using this tutorial and Google App Script that parses ...


There is a site that displays twitter and other feeds for a search query. Just access their search page and search for a query.


Although not a direct way to get feed, there is an RSS reader that supports reading of Twitter timelines - BazQux Reader. It not only shows tweet's text but also author avatar and attached pictures. You could try import your Google Reader subscriptions and it should automatically handle your old links using new Twitter JSON API. You could also subscribe to ...

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