Must have applications (an RSS Reader and a personalized Homepage)

Posted on June 8, 2008. Filed under: technology |

Stay up to date

Google Reader constantly checks your favorite news sites and blogs for new content. Whether a site updates daily or monthly, you can be sure that you won’t miss a thing.

Simplify your reading experience
Google Reader shows you all of your favorite sites in one convenient place. It’s like a personalized inbox for the entire web.

Use Google Reader on any computer
You can access your Google Reader account from any computer with online access. Whether you’re at home, at work or abroad, your subscriptions stay with you.


While I am evangelizing for Google, I might was well point out igoogle, another must have personalized homepage application:

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2 Responses to “Must have applications (an RSS Reader and a personalized Homepage)”

RSS Feed for Worthy Mouse Clicks Comments RSS Feed

hi, we have a light-weight personal portal page The tool is simple and efficient for your daily browsing. It groups your favorite links in colorful boxes, has RSS news feeds, a free personal web site, multiple web search and map search tool, and bookmark toolbar for easy bookmarking. Take a look at it and let us know if you like it or not. Thanks.

[…] If there is an item you want to monitor, you can convert your twitter search to an RSS feed and subscribe to it using your feed reader.  While you can also do that with a Google Alert, the types of results you will get will be much different.  If you do not use or know what an RSS reader is check out […]

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